PSI / Unilever Chittoor Social Behavior Change Report

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PSI / Unilever Chittoor Social Behavior Change Report

Please find the attached the report from Project Savera: Awakening awareness among toilet skeptics: Insights and lessons from PSI’s behavior change interventionto promote toilet use in rural Andhra Pradesh, India funded by Unilever.

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Re: PSI / Unilever Chittoor Social Behavior Change Report

Dear Jsauer, thank you
This is interesting document . 
From the document, I see creativity in your intervention  and you impacted the communities
Yes, Mind set is the most critical barrier to behavior change and you applied appropriate  tool and theme for that.   In addition,  in most rural communities  a man is  decision maker on majority of his family requirements . Therefore, engaging them( men)  is  critical to combat open defecation.
 
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Bacha Kitesa   
B.Sc, MPH-Public health specialist and Chief Environmental health Expert 
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