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 /  Published by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh & Evidence for Policy and Practice Information and Co-ordinating Center

What factors affect sustained adoption of clean water and sanitation technologies? A Systematic Review of Literature

The purpose of this review is to assess the factors that influence the sustained adoption of these water, sanitation, and hygiene improvements at the individual, household, and community level.


 /  Published by USAID Maternal & Child Health Integrated Program

Handwashing in the Perinatal Period: Literature Review and Synthesis of Qualitative Research Studies from Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Kenya

This qualitative research synthesis reviews motivators, barriers and practices related to maternal handwashing in the perinatal period, and provides recommendations to health care practitioners.


 /  Published by UNICEF & Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, Government of India

India’s 2012 to 2017 National WASH Advocacy and Communications Strategy

The overall goal of this strategy is to make sure that people have both access to and use a toilet and practice good hygiene, including handwashing with soap after the toilet and before food.


 /  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.


 /  Published by UNICEF & Global Handwashing Partnership

More than Soap and Water: Taking Handwashing with Soap to Scale

This training module, developed by UNICEF in 2008, draws on lessons from industrial marketing approaches and public health thinking to outline how handwashing behavior can be changed on a large scale.


 /  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).


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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