2007 E-conference 'Measuring Behavioral Outcomes for HWTS Systems'

Measuring the impact of efforts to promote household water treatment and storage practices will help determine if behavior change programs are effective and worthy of continuous financial support by the development community in general, including governments, donors and the private sector (both nonprofit and commercial). From January 22-31, the Hygiene Improvement Project sought the input from key specialists in the field of water treatment and storage as well as behavior change to assist them in developing indicators to effectively measure behaviors associated with household water treatment and storage.

ForumDiscussion Forum for E-conference 2007: Measuring Behavioral Outcomes for HWTS Systems

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The conference has ended, but you can still view the daily summaries and the questions and comments submitted by participants.

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FolderE-Conference Documents

Background and conference documents for the E-conference on Measuring Behavioral Outcomes for Household Water Treatment and Storage Systems, 22-26 January 2007.

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