Changing Hygiene Behaviours: A cluster-randomized trial

People’s behaviours play a critical role in the prevention, mitigation and elimination of many diseases. That is the case for trachoma for which water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) behaviours are thought to be particularly important. This paper examines a series of behavioural interventions designed and tested in rural Ethiopia to try to improve hygiene-related behaviours and decrease the prevalence of trachoma. The international panel will discuss the practical learnings from the project and how they can be applied in other settings.

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