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WSSCC Presentations and Papers at WEDC Conference 2017

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Key challenges of marginalized communities on sanitation and hygiene and recommendations to clean IndiaRapid action towards ODF in Saharanpur District in India: stunting, menstruation and other innovations in CLTSPaper:Rapid action towards ODF in Saharanpur District in India: stunting, menstruation and other innovations in CLTSReal Time Emergent Learning (RTEL): a promising approach for adaptive programmingThe influence of real time learning in WASH programmingScaling-up sanitation and hygiene promotion through grant-makingKey challenges of marginalized communities on sanitation and hygiene and recommendations to clean IndiaRapid Action Learning Unit: new Initiative to institutionalize learning under the National Sanitation Programme in IndiaUnderstanding, respecting and including people with mental health conditions as part of the CLTS process

Effective Hygiene Behaviour Change Programming – Messages from the South Asia Hygiene Practitioners ...

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In February 2010, during a workshop organized by BRAC, WaterAid, IRC and the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council, 50 hygiene practitioners and researchers from South and South East Asia came to together to share lessons learned, and discuss progress and challenges in promoting hygienic behaviours. Eighteen papers were presented and discussed, representing a range of experiences. Considerable progress has been made in research, in improving knowledge about hygiene, and, partially, in improving hygienic practices. In five of the programmes represented at this workshop, hygiene promotion is being implemented at scale with more than one million people. The detailed discussions led to nine recommendations, presented on the document. The papers of the workshop can be found in our resource section.