Stakeholder meeting 3ie project

12/12/16

In 2016 we started the development of a systematic review on the effectiveness of promotion programs on handwashing and sanitation behaviour in low and middle income countries, in collaboration with The Centre for Evidence-Based Health Care, Stellenbosch University, South Africa. We recently held a stakeholder meeting in Geneva, with practitioners, policy makers, researchers and donors, to discuss the impact of our results on practice and future policy concerning WASH (Water, Sanitation, Hygiene) programs. This meeting resulted in an improved version of the draft review, which is now being reviewed by The Campbell Collaboration. The project is funded by the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council  (WSSCC), in partnership with 3ie (International Initiative for Impact Evaluation) and the Belgian Red Cross.

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