Online Workshops: Hygiene Behaviour Change for Life (several modules, May to December 2020)

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Online Workshops: Hygiene Behaviour Change for Life (several modules, May to December 2020)

‘Hygiene Behaviour Change for Life’ 
A practical method  to ensure providing water does make a difference. Join the 2021 Africa AHEAD Webinar Series

Africa AHEAD is offering a unique series of webinars to share experience of the Community Health Club Approach, enabling participants to understand the methodology, design a project and be able to run and monitor exceptional levels of hygiene behaviour change in a Community Health Club.  See our reviews 

This is a practical course for those living and working in developing countries: Managers, field officers and Village Health Workers 

Community Health Clubs  have for the last 25 years consistently demonstrated that Health Club members store and use their drinking water properly, have better kitchen hygiene and have safer personal hygiene and sanitation.  If you want to know how to start a Community Health Club & create a Culture of Health & Hygiene in your project join the Africa A.H.E.A.D team for a unique practical training webinar, learning directly from the originator of this methodology, Dr. Juliet  Waterkeyn, an experienced trainer & international speaker.             

To avoid disappointment book now for Module 2:  May 24th - 2nd June


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  https://www.africaahead.org/online-training-resources/

Certification for full attendance of all Modules 
2021 Dates for all Modules 
1. May 24th – 2nd June:        PLANNING a successful Community Health Club project (6 sessions)
2. June 28th – 5th July:          MONITORING the level of community hygiene with Digital App (5 sessions)
3. September 6th – 15th:       FACILITATING 24 hygiene topics with participatory activities (24 sessions)
4. December 6th – 9th           GENDER
 mainstreaming into Community Health Clubs (10 sessions) 
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