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Hygiene behaviour

This network is designed to facilitate the sharing of ideas, research results and new developments concerned with hygiene behaviour in relation to the water supply and sanitation sector.

Full text versions of past newsletters:


Network Newsletter (No.2) - June 1995;



Network Newsletter (No. 3) - April 1996; and



Network Newsletter (No. 4) - January 1999.

School Sanitation

The School Sanitation and Hygiene Education (SSHE) Notes and News is part of the joing UNICEF /IRC global School Sanitationand Hygiene Education project. The notes and news focus on:


The dissemination of good practices



Current information; and



Knowledge and expreinces

Follow this link to read more

For f
urther information contact:
Dr Eva Kaltenthaler,
ScHARR, University of Sheffield,
Regent Court,
30 Regent Street,
S1 4DA.

Email: e.kaltenthaler@sheffield.ac.uk

See also...

WSSCC links Why WS&S counts Health promotion poll (from 02/07/01)

Hygiene promotion: a practical manual for relief and development (2000)
See ITDG Publishing

Waste disposal - local information makes hygiene promotion more effective LSHTM 22/02/01

Hygiene Behavior Improvement in Kinshasa Markets Project - Contact Chris McGahey mcgaheyc@ehproject.org

Handwashing: Global Initiative launched at a workshop in Trivandrum, India, in Jan 2001 - Contact Param Iyer, piyer@worldbank.org

SANTAG - KwaZulu-Natal Sanitation Task Group (S. Africa) produces newsletter/booklets/posters http://www.santag.org.za

WELL technical brief on hygiene promotion


World Health Organisation

WHO Newsletters

WHO research tools

Now in print...
Hygiene Evaluation Procedures Handbook

Updated 31/01/03

Maintained by
f.o.odhiambo@lboro.ac.uk and j.fisher1@lboro.ac.uk