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Background note for WaterAid Australia’s Workshop on Hygiene Promotion, June 2010

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Contributors: IRC - International Water & Sanitation Centre

This note explores the various behavioural change models that analytically and methodologically guide hygiene promotion programmes. It describes the level and process of change each model or theory uses (e.g.individual internal change/change processes, inter-personal and group changes/change processes and community-based change) and offers informative insights in the development of a more robust model to better analyse hygiene promotion programmes.The note ends with a recommendation for the use of the FOAMS model (Devine 2009) which incorporates elements from most of the behavioural change models and theories assessed in this note. This note is a work in progress. An unedited version (not for citation), may be accessed from this link: <[Draft-not%20for%20citation]_Models_for_Behaviour_Change.pdf> (174 kB)

Author(s): IRC - International Water & Sanitation Centre

Publication Date: 2010

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