Evidence-based behaviour change within watsan projects - Talk 1 and Talk 2
Behaviour change is an important factor for the successful implementation of water and sanitation projects to reach better hygiene and health standards. However, very often we do not know what motivates people to behave in this way or another as well as which drivers or barriers play an important role in their behavioural choices. Do we have any evidence to know which interventions really lead to sustained behaviour change and why? An international expert in the field of environmental psychology, Hans-Joachim Mosler (professor at the University of Zürich as well as senior researcher and group leader at EAWAG), explains his "evidence-based behaviour change concept". He shows how this approach can be helpful for our work regarding the fulfilment of the international goals on health and hygiene improvement in developing countries and which results can be reached. Long-term health impacts from sanitation systems or from hygiene education are only achieved if people apply the right behaviours and use the systems in the right way.
Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Mosler
behaviour change, water and sanitation
Prof. Mosler, EAWAG, on evidence-based behaviour change within watsan projects - Talk 1
Presentation of Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Mosler. Title: Evidence-based behaviour change protocol: why, how and with which results. Hold: GIZ meeting in Kampala, Uganda on September 24th, 2012. Camera & Cutting: Lawrence Musoke, Kampala, Uganda
Prof. Mosler, EAWAG, on evidence-based behaviour change within watsan projects - Talk 2
Presentation of Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Mosler. Title: What can the evidence-based behaviour change concept do for us to reach the goals of the BMZ check-list? Hold: GIZ meeting in Kampala, Uganda on September 25th, 2012. Camera & Cutting: Lawrence Musoke, Kampala, Uganda.