Published in: 2015
Published in: 2015
In this library entry we have grouped together up to five documents that we think are important "first reading" materials for anyone wishing to obtain a quick overview of this topic. For more details, please see the external links to the discussion forum below.
The documents listed in this library entry in reverse chronological order already exist as individual library entries but have been grouped together here for the purpose of providing a quick overview.
Neal, D., Vujcic, J., Hernandez, O., Wood, W. (2015). The Science of Habit - Creating disruptive and sticky Behavior Change in Handwashing Behavior. USAID/WASHplus Project, Washington D.C., USA
Cavill, S., Chambers, R., Vernon, N. (2015). Frontiers of CLTS: Innovations and Insights. Sustainability and CLTS: Taking Stock (Issue 4). CLTS Knowledge Hub at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS), Brighton, UK
Peal, A., Evans, B., van der Voorden, C. (2010). Hygiene and sanitation software. Water Supply & Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC), Geneva, Switzerland
Kar, K., Chambers, R. (2008). Handbook on community-led total sanitation. Prepared with the support of Plan International, London, UK; Institute of Development Studies (IDS), Brighton, UK
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Various (2015). Key documents on attitudes and behaviours (draft) - Key documents grouped by SuSanA Discussion Forum category theme. Various
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