Resources and reading (for sanitation and hygiene behaviour change programming for scale and sustainability)

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Resources and reading (for sanitation and hygiene behaviour change programming for scale and sustainability)

Hello everyone,

To prompt further thoughts and if you would like to read more of the literature about scaling up WASH, please take a look at some of these resource documents. All are available online but are brought together here for ease of reference.

Oddsdottir, F. (2014). Evaluations of scaling up, GSDRC Helpdesk Research Report 1097, GSDRC: University of Birmingham

USAID (2011) At-Scale Hygiene and Sanitation Experiences and Lessons Learned, USAID Hygiene Improvement Project, The Academy for Educational Development, Washington D.C.

Water and Sanitation Program (2012) What Does It Take to Scale Up Rural Sanitation? Water and Sanitation Program Working Paper series

Taylor, B. (2013) Effectiveness, Scale and Sustainability in WASH Programmes – A Review, Springfield Working Paper Series (2), The Springfield Centre, Durham.

Here's a quote from one of the papers that I particularly liked:

People could be provided with the most effective sanitation hardware available but they are unlikely to alter their habits unless they are aware of the incentives to do so.


As a bit of fun, if you can identify who said this, you will win the coveted and one-off Reader-of-the-Day Award!

Thank you!

Tracey Keatman
PiP – Senior Consultant
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Re: Resources and reading - sustainability for behaviour change

Hello all,

As you may have noted, we've moved the discussion on to look specifically at behaviour change techniques and how we might be able to understand, influence and transform social norms and behaviours around hygiene practices. Here are some suggested resources for you to consider reading:

Cavill, S. with Chambers, R. and Vernon, N. (2015) ‘Sustainability and CLTS: Taking Stock’, Frontiers of CLTS: Innovations and Insights Issue 4, Brighton: IDS
www.communityledtotalsanitation.org/reso...nd-clts-taking-stock

Hanchett, S., Krieger, L., Kahn, M.H., Kullmann, C. and Ahmed, R. (2011) Long-Term Sustainability of Improved Sanitation in Rural Bangladesh, Washington, DC: World Bank
www.communityledtotalsanitation.org/reso...ion-rural-bangladesh

Mosler, H-J., Huber, A., Inauen, J. and Tobias, R. (2012) 'How to achieve evidence-based behavioural change', Sandec News Issue 13, Switzerland: Eawag / Sandec
Please see the attached document.

Presentation on Systematic Behavior Change, Prof. Hans-Joachim Mosler, Eawag - please see attached presentation. ( www.eawag.ch/ )

Here's an interesting blog article looking at behaviour change from a different perspective:
thisisyoke.com/successful-behaviour-change-campaigns

Take a look at some of UNICEF's work here: www.unicef.org/wash/index_43107.html

Specifically on handwashing, please find the many resources of The Global Public-Private Partnership for Handwashing available here: globalhandwashing.org/resources-main/

Many thanks, Tracey

Tracey Keatman
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Re: Resources and reading - ODF and slippage

Hello there,

So now we're moving into the third week of discussions that focus specifically on 'ODF and slippage'. Here are some resources for you:

Tyndale-Biscoe, P., Bond, M. and Kidd, R. (2013) ODF Sustainability Study, FH Designs and Plan International, www.communityledtotalsanitation.org/reso...inability-study-plan

UNICEF (2014) Evaluation of the WASH Sector Strategy “Community Approaches to Total Sanitation” (CATS), UNICEF, www.unicef.org/evaluation/files/Evaluati...RSION_March_2014.pdf

Coffey, D., Gupta, A., Hathi, P., Khurana, N., Spears, D., Srivastav, N. and Vyas, S. (2014) Revealed Preference for Open Defecation: Evidence From a New Survey in Rural North India, SQUAT Working Paper 1, Rice Institute, riceinstitute.org/research/revealed-pref...onger-working-paper/

O’Connell, K. (2014) What Influences Open Defecation and Latrine Ownership in Rural Households?: Findings from a Global Review, Water and Sanitation Program Working Paper, Washington DC: World Bank,
www.wsp.org/sites/wsp.org/files/publicat...anitation-Review.pdf

Wilbur, J. and Jones, H. (2014) ‘Disability: Making CLTS Fully Inclusive’, Frontiers of CLTS: Innovations and Insights Issue 3, Brighton: IDS, www.communityledtotalsanitation.org/site...ue3_Disabilities.pdf

The GSF Progress Report 2014: wsscc.org/resources-feed/global-sanitati...gress-report-2014-3/

The GSF Mid-year Progress Report 2015: wsscc.org/resources-feed/global-sanitati...d-progress-update-3/

GSF's recently published case study on 'Sanitation and Hygiene Promotion in Madagascar': wsscc.org/2015/10/02/learning-progress-a...otion-in-madagascar/

Many thanks, Tracey

Tracey Keatman
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