This briefing paper outlines the negative impact that a lack water, sanitation, and hygiene can pose, with a focus on under-nutrition. Published by Action contre La Faim (ACF) International, this briefing paper urges policymakers and governments to prioritize and fund WASH to avoid these negative consequences.
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).
Poor complementary food hygiene may account for a substantial proportion of diarrheal diseases among infants and young children in developing countries. This briefing paper documents SHARE’s contribution to narrowing the evidence gap, highlights opportunities for future research, and offers insights that could influence policy and […]