The course will enable participants to plan, design and evaluate systematic behaviour change campaigns based on the RANAS approach. The participants will learn how to conduct a quantitative survey measuring relevant behavioural factors, how to identify the required behaviour change techniques and how to verify their effectiveness. The course will be based on a comprehensive revision of the Ranas approach and includes several new tools.
Lecturer: Dr. Nadja Contzen, Dr. Max Friedrich (Ranas Ltd.), Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Mosler (RanasMosler)
The same course will be offered in French from October 25 to 28 2022.
Course fee: CHF 500.- fee for online participation including course material.
Registration deadline: 16 January 2022
Payment by credit card recommended.
Systematic behaviour change in development projects
For whom: The course targets professionals interested in behavior change, especially in water, sanitation and hygiene.
•Developing systematic behaviour change campaigns
•Increasing knowledge of contextual, social, cultural, andpsychological behavioural factors
•Developing a quantitative questionnaire
•Preparing a survey and analysing data
•Selecting behaviour change techniques and designing a campaign
•Developing and conducting a field test
•Monitoring change in behavioural factors and behaviour
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