AfricaSan 2011, Rwanda: Behaviour change session - Lovy Rasolofomanana, WaterAid Madagascar
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AfricaSan 2011, Rwanda: Behaviour change session - Lovy Rasolofomanana, WaterAid Madagascar AfricaSan 2011, Rwanda: Behaviour change session - Lovy Rasolofomanana, WaterAid Madagascar Presentation Transcript

  • Making ‘what works’ work: Changing behaviour in sanitation and hygiene
    Wednesday 20 July 2011
    Session jointly convened by LSHTM/SHARE, WSSCC, UNICEF and WSP
    Children and scouts: Young hygiene promoters
    LovyRasolofomananaWaterAid, Madagascar
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  • Key points
    2
    What is excitingabout children, the young and scouts?
    Achievements
    Challenges
    Way forward
  • Hygiene promoters
    3
    Dynamism: 5 scout movements, 50,000 members
    Education: 24,119 primary schools
    Prevention: 2,478 public health centres
    Key actors: 22 Diorano-WASH regional committees
  • Activities: Scout song, photography,drawing contests
    3
    Focused on 3 key messages
    Opened to 22 regions
    Almost 3,000 young participants
    Run by Scout Federation, Diorano-WASH coalition and WaterAid
  • Preparation
    3
    Capacity building: scout leaders, teachers, nurses, village healthworkers
    Media coverage
    Exhibition simulation: exchange on approaches and raising awareness tools
    Curricula and facilitation
  • Raising awareness differently
    3
    Making noises in the streets, "Dobodoboka"
    Shows and spectacles featuring good practice
    Debates
    Films, advertisements, flyers
    Intensive media campaign
  • Challenges
    3
    Getting people involved
    Lack of access to safe water
    Impact assessment
    Lack of capacity of local actors
    Volunteering
    How to respond to demands raised from campaign
  • Way forward
    3
    Going to scale
    Diversifying communication tools
    Advocacy
    District approach and coaching
    International partnership
  • Contact details
    3
    LovyRasolofomanana@wateraid.org
    www.wateraid.org