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 9 AM EST, Feb 18, Webinar on WASH-NTDs: WASHing Away Diseases, Two Hands at a Time. Register here.
Feb 5, 2016: Focus on Behavior Change and WASHRead it here.
WASHplus Newsletter, November 2015Read it here.
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Handwashing: Latest Resources. Read more.

CLTS-Plus: Value-Added Sanitation Programming, 2015. Learn more.

The Science of Habit

The Science of Habit: Creating Disruptive and Sticky Behavior Change in Handwashing Behavior, 2015. Read the paper.

Learning Brief - Small Doable Actions: A Feasible Approach to Behavior Change. Learn more.

Learning Brief - WASH & Nutrition. Learn more.

Improving nutrition outcomes with better water, sanitation and hygiene, UNICEF, USAID, & WHO, 2015. Learn more.

 Bangladesh: Materials to Support WASH Improvement. See materials.

Market Research in the Clean Cooking Sector: Tools and Tips, 2015. Learn more.

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Voices from Bangladesh: Reflections on SACOSAN VI. A blog post by Julia Rosenbaum, Senior Behavior Change Advisor, WASHplus 


Stories from the Field

Mali story Building latrines and keeping water clean decreases
diarrhoea and under-nutrition in Mali
. Read the story from
A little girl learns to wash her hands before eating
What does water, sanitation and hygiene have to do with nutrition? Everything.Read the USAID Story.
Gmangun Charles, of Kubone community in Ghana, shows off his household’s new latrine. (Photo by David Nunoo, SPRING/Ghana WASH Advisor) Improving Nutrition, One Latrine at a Time: WASH 1,000 Strategy in Ghana Takes Hold. Story from USAID SPRING.


From our Blog

World Toilet Day =
Systems Day =
Nutrition Day.

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