Implementing Effective Hygiene Promotion: Lessons from the Process Evaluation of an Intervention to Promote Handwashing with Soap in Rural India

This paper, published by Rajaraman et al. (2014) in BMC Public Health highlights the lessons learned from a process evaluation of the SuperAmma intervention. It finds that the intervention succeeded in securing lasting behaviour change and achieving good fidelity, acceptability and reach across men and women of varied social and economic status. It concludes that the intervention is affordable and has the potential to be effective at scale.

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