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Nov 14, WASHplus Weekly: Monitoring, Evaluation, Resolution & Learning. Recent research, articles, and upcoming events. Read it here. Latest WASHplus Newsletter Read it here.
armand pic Learning by Observing: Children Learn Handwashing in Peri-Urban Cotonou. Read here. cotonou3 L’apprentissage par l’observation: les enfants et le lavage des mains en milieu périurbain de Cotonou. Read it here.
USAID Director admires certification plaque for Allaye-Daga Mali: Celebration Marks End of Open Defecation in Three Villages. Learn more. infant poo What To Do With Infant Poo? The Blind Spot of the Blind Spot. Read more.
A tippy tap hand washing device An Interconnected Approach to Improving Handwashing Behaviors Read it here.

Exploring New Ideas in Hygiene Integration: Innovations, and Insights into Behavioral Drivers. Watch the video.
Kenya: Integrating WASH into HIV Interventions & Advancing Improved Sanitation Uptake. Read the Kenya End of Project report. george_obanyi1

Kenya: WASHplus Project Shares Experiences in End of Project Transitioning Workshop Learn more.

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What have we learned about consumer preferences for cookstoves in Bangladesh?An online Q&A session with WASHplus' Household Air Pollution Specialist Elisa Derby.

Developing a 4Ps Marketing Mix to Introduce the Adhunik
(Modern) Chula in Bangladesh. Learn more.
  Laying the Framework for Water & Sanitation Sustainability in Zambia. A guest blog post on the Zambia SPLASH Project.

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Communities of Practice are a SPLASH Best Practice! Read  how the Community of Practice set up by the SPLASH project in Zambia is making a difference.
Let Kids Learn Bringing WASH to classrooms, turning a cycle of poor health, interrupted learning and gender inequity into a cycle of opportunity. Read more. A Story from the Zambia SPLASH Project: Falling in Love All Over Again. Read it here

 

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