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From Research to Advocacy–Using evidence to drive change

November 7, 2017

Formative research can help practitioners understand determinants of handwashing behavior, improve program design, and develop achievable—and even scalable—outcomes for policy and programs. Using evidence can also enhance advocacy to influence decision-makers, stakeholders, and donors to adopt, integrate, and invest in hygiene interventions. To explore the […]

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Research improves handwashing programs by uncovering drivers of behavior change

October 11, 2017

Written by Carolyn Moore, Secretariat Director, Global Handwashing Partnership; originally published 9 October 2017 on R&E SEARCH for EVIDENCE. Evidence on the health and social benefits of handwashing is strong. We know that handwashing can prevent up to 40% of diarrheal diseases, and can lead to […]

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Learn how research in advocacy can improve programmatic and policy outcomes at the UNC Water and Health Conference 2017

September 27, 2017

On October 18 at the UNC Water & Health Conference 2017, the Global Handwashing Partnership will convene a side event with WSSCC, WaterAid & FHI 360 to explore the role of research in advocacy, providing examples of how research has been used in advocacy, as well […]

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