Water and Sanitation Program (WSP), World Bank, Handwashing with Soap Toolkit

Date: 12th April 2014

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The behavior change module introduces the theory of change and key components of the approach WSP used in the project. This module includes four presentations:

  • Behavior Change Overview
  • FOAM Framework (see below)
  • Enabling Products
  • Monitoring

The Tools section includes a link to a database of enabling products for handwashing maintained by WSP, and the Country Intervention tab provides links to the country pages which shares documents, videos, and other materials used during implementation.

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