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 /  Published by World Bank Water & Sanitation Program

Enabling Technologies for Handwashing with Soap: A Case Study on the Tippy-Tap in Uganda

The purpose of this study was to document the process through which tippy-taps were promoted to qualitatively explore the results and to draw out lessons for future interventions.

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 /  Published by Tropical Medicine & International Health

Getting the Basic Right – The Role of Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene in Maternal and Reproductive Health: A Conceptual Framework

This study sought to explore linkages between WASH and maternal and perinatal health via a conceptual approach and a scoping review.

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 /  Published by Tropical Medicine & International Health

Non-clinical Interventions for Acute Respiratory Infections and Diarrhoeal Diseases Among Young Children in Developing Countries

Researchers in this study explored the impact of non-clinical interventions-including those in sanitation and hygiene-on acute respiratory infections and diarrheal disease.

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 /  Published by Global Handwashing Partnership, USAID WASHPlus & The University at Buffalo

2014 Handwashing Research Summary

This research summary highlights the key findings from 26 handwashing-related studies published in 2014.

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Promoting Handwashing and Sanitation: Evidence from a Large-Scale Randomized Trial in Rural Tanzania

A recent World Bank study looks at the impact of two large-scale, government-implemented handwashing and sanitation programs in rural Tanzania.

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 /  Published by BioMed Central

The Integrated Behavioral Model for Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene: A Systematic Review

This systematic review, conducted by Robert Dreibelbis and colleagues, looks at existing models and frameworks of theory informing WASH behavior change and maintenance. These findings informed the development of a new framework:  the Integrated Behavioral Model for Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (IBM-WASH).

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Exploring New Ideas in Hygiene Integration, Innovations and Insights into Behavioral Drivers

To celebrate Global Handwashing Day 2014, the PPPHW, FHI 360, Devex, and WASH Advocates brought together a diverse group of speakers to present new ideas and innovations. This is a recording of the event.


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