Design, Delivery, and Monitoring & Evaluation for Handwashing With Soap Programs

This course is designed by the Center for Global Safe Water at Emory University and the Global Public-Private Partnership for Handwashing (PPPHW) for program implementers, policy makers, teachers, and M&E specialists on the design, delivery and monitoring and evaluation of hand washing with soap (HWWS) programs. The course is geared towards those interested in promoting handwashing with soap among populations in the Global South.

This course will cover concepts including:

  • Community- and school-based HW promotion
  • Marketing and social marketing
  • Private sector approaches
  • Government, NGO and community led-approaches
  • Approaches for low- and middle-income settings

At the end of this course, participants will:

1. Understand the current state of knowledge for HWWS
2. Identify current approaches to hygiene and HWWS promotion
3. Utilize a specific behavioral framework to design a program for HWWS
4. Develop a HWWS behavior change strategy
5. Know the steps of developing a HWWS program
6. Become familiar with the basic tools to monitor and evaluate HWWWS program

The course includes two modules that will help participants learn practical guidance on how to design and implement HWWS behavior change programs that target marginalized groups in communities, schools, health centers and other institutions.

Module 1 covers:

  • The state of knowledge and evidence base for HWWS
  • The key times for to promote HWWS
  • The technologies used for HWWS
  • How HWWS is promoted by different stakeholders
  • Examples of HWWS programs, including current approaches and behavioral frameworks

Module 2 covers:

  • Developing a HWWS behavior change strategy
  • Planning a HWWS program from buy-in to concept and execution
  • Monitoring and evaluating a HWWS program to ensure program sustainability and learning

Click here to download the course curriculum, module 1, module 2and supplemental readings.

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