XUAN, T. T.; RHEINLAENDER, T.; HOAT, L. N.; DALSGAARD, A.; KONRADSEN, F. (2013): Teaching Handwashing with Soap for Schoolchildren in a Multi-Ethnic Population in Northern Rural Vietnam. In: Global Health Action 6, 1-12. URL [Accessed: 28.08.2013].
This study aimed to investigate responses to a teacher-centered participatory Handwashing With Soap intervention in a multi-ethnic population of primary schoolchildren in northern rural Vietnam. It demonstrated that it is feasible to engage teachers and implement active teaching methods for behaviour change of hand washing with soap in a group of multi-ethnic primary schoolchildren without the need for major investments in water and hygiene infrastructures.
Too many WASH and WRM projects fail prematurely or are left unused because they are poorly planned, don’t adequately meet user needs, or are weakened by corruption and integrity issues.
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