Making ‘what works’ work: Changing behaviour in sanitation and hygiene<br />Wednesday 20 July 2011<br />Session jointly co...
Key points<br />2<br />What is excitingabout children, the young and scouts?<br />Achievements<br />Challenges <br />Way f...
Hygiene promoters   <br />3<br />Dynamism: 5 scout movements, 50,000 members<br />  Education: 24,119 primary schools<br /...
Activities: Scout song, photography,drawing contests   <br />3<br />Focused on 3 key messages<br />Opened to 22 regions<br...
Preparation<br />3<br />Capacity building: scout leaders, teachers, nurses, village healthworkers<br />Media coverage<br /...
Raising awareness differently<br />3<br />Making noises in the streets, "Dobodoboka"<br />Shows and spectacles featuring g...
Challenges<br />3<br />Getting people involved<br />Lack of access to safe water  <br />Impact assessment<br />Lack of cap...
Way forward<br />3<br />Going to scale<br />Diversifying communication tools <br />Advocacy<br />District approach and coa...
Contact details<br />3<br />LovyRasolofomanana@wateraid.org<br />www.wateraid.org <br />
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AfricaSan 2011, Rwanda: Behaviour change session - Lovy Rasolofomanana, WaterAid Madagascar

  1. 1. Making ‘what works’ work: Changing behaviour in sanitation and hygiene<br />Wednesday 20 July 2011<br />Session jointly convened by LSHTM/SHARE, WSSCC, UNICEF and WSP<br />Children and scouts: Young hygiene promoters<br />LovyRasolofomananaWaterAid, Madagascar<br />1<br />
  2. 2. Key points<br />2<br />What is excitingabout children, the young and scouts?<br />Achievements<br />Challenges <br />Way forward <br />
  3. 3. Hygiene promoters <br />3<br />Dynamism: 5 scout movements, 50,000 members<br /> Education: 24,119 primary schools<br /> Prevention: 2,478 public health centres<br /> Key actors: 22 Diorano-WASH regional committees <br />
  4. 4. Activities: Scout song, photography,drawing contests <br />3<br />Focused on 3 key messages<br />Opened to 22 regions<br />Almost 3,000 young participants<br />Run by Scout Federation, Diorano-WASH coalition and WaterAid<br />
  5. 5. Preparation<br />3<br />Capacity building: scout leaders, teachers, nurses, village healthworkers<br />Media coverage<br />Exhibition simulation: exchange on approaches and raising awareness tools<br />Curricula and facilitation <br />
  6. 6. Raising awareness differently<br />3<br />Making noises in the streets, "Dobodoboka"<br />Shows and spectacles featuring good practice<br />Debates<br />Films, advertisements, flyers<br />Intensive media campaign<br />
  7. 7. Challenges<br />3<br />Getting people involved<br />Lack of access to safe water <br />Impact assessment<br />Lack of capacity of local actors<br />Volunteering<br />How to respond to demands raised from campaign <br />
  8. 8. Way forward<br />3<br />Going to scale<br />Diversifying communication tools <br />Advocacy<br />District approach and coaching<br />International partnership<br />
  9. 9. Contact details<br />3<br />LovyRasolofomanana@wateraid.org<br />www.wateraid.org <br />
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