SHARE's research is designed to cater to the needs of policy-makers, researchers, practitioners and journalists. Some resources and activities are specifically targeted at certain audiences, while others will be of interest to all.
Policy-makers and researchers
Research underway in Bangladesh to assess the impact of hygiene promotion upon the contamination of weaning food hygiene will be of particular relevance to Bangladeshi policy-makers and researchers as its findings will have implications for the reduction of morbidity and mortality associated with weaning-food related diarrhoea.
Click here for a summary of the weaning food hygiene intervention
‘Choose Soap’ – a SHARE-commissioned tool kit – offers a blueprint of activities for practitioners, including family pledging, an animated film and village signage, to encourage the practice of handwashing with soap in India. The activities can be carried out in households, schools, communities and by the mass media.
Click here to visit the 'Choose Soap' website and download resources
Click here for a summary of the 'Choose Soap' project
Visit the SHARE News and Events page to find out about SHARE's current activities. SHARE also produces multimedia content, including videos and podcasts.
Every month SHARE produces a podcast interview with an expert from the sanitation and hygiene sector. The series is called Sanitation Matters.
Bangladesh: Tackling cholera and other diarrhoeal diseases
Toilets for all: Why and how toilets must be improved for the disabled worldwide
Urban sanitation: Assessing the problems and suggesting solutions
Eyewitness Bangladesh: Sanitation and hygiene challenges and solutions