Published in: 2011
Eawag, Switzerland (presentation to GIZ in Eschborn, Germany on 16 November 2011)
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This presentation shows how to change behavior of the general public to use new or different "hardware" by using specific behaviour change techniques. A sound psychologically based, quantitative assessment of behavior determinants is presented. This assessment helps to identify those behavioural determinants which need to be changed as a priority, and the selection of corresponding behaviour change techniques. The developed protocol aims at having reliable and sustainable evidence-based behaviour change interventions and programmes.
Related publication about research in Kamapala, Uganda:
Mosler, H.-J. (2011). How can it be achieved that water and sanitation facilities will be actually used by the population?. Eawag, Switzerland (presentation to GIZ in Eschborn, Germany on 16 November 2011)
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