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Brief based on systematic review

Brief based on systematic review: Handwashing and sanitation behaviour change in WASH interventions

Systematic review summary

Systematic review summary: Promoting handwashing and sanitation behaviour change in low-and middle-income countries

Promoting handwashing and sanitation behavior change

Full systematic review technical report

Global Handwashing Day 2017 infographics in EN and FR

Global Handwashing Day 2017 infographic 1 FRGlobal Handwashing Day 2017 infographic 3 FRGlobal Handwashing Day infographic 3 ENGlobal Handwashing Day infographic 2Global Handwashing Day 2017 infographic 1

Webinar Invite: Interventions to promote handwashing and sanitation

Join the second in our 2017 series of webinars on October 24  for the launch of the recent WSSCC/3ie systematic review, Approaches to Promote Handwashing and Sanitation Behaviour Change in Low and Middle Income Countries

WSSCC 2017 Annual Report Highlights

By the end of 2017, 14,600 new communities across the GSF targeted programme areas in 12 countries became nationally certified as Open Defecation Free (ODF). This represents 5 million people living in newly certified ODF environments. Ensuring quality-built latrines and access to handwashing facilities remained a priority for WSSCC. Moreover, over 3 million people had gained access to improved toilets as per the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply (JMP) definition of basic and limited sanitation facilities within the GSF targeted areas. GSF-supported programmes continued to collaborate and partner with education-related stakeholders in the programmed areas, guaranteeing the presence of single-sex sanitation and hygiene facilities in approximately 574 schools.

Togo Progress Report – Global Sanitation Fund

Global Sanitation Fund
The GSF-funded programme in Togo supports the country’s national campaign to become open defecation free (ODF), known as ‘Togo SANDAL’. The aim of the GSF-funded programme is to increase the use of latrines and to encourage the adoption of good hygiene practices for rural populations in the Savanes and Kara regions, and in five districts in the Plateaux region. In particular, the programme aims to help 1.5 million people create the conditions to live in ODF communities, 1.2 million people access improved toilets, and 911,000 access and use handwashing facilities.