To achieve sanitation, collective initiative from communities is imperative

To achieve sanitation, collective initiative from communities is imperative hrandall Thu, 04/20/2017 – 12:29 Apr 20, 2017 Sushmita Malaviya Communications Officer for the Vaccine Development program at PATH   Cristina Bicchieri, Professor in the Departments of Philosophy and Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, was recently in New Delhi where, among other things, she conducted a session on understanding social norms for behavior change with WASH organizations. Keeping in view that social norms are an important topic for India’s work in sanitation, she emphasized that to defeat open defecation, we need to understand the norms and customs that influence open defecation and other sanitation behaviors and then use that information to promote healthier behaviors.   You have been travelling around India, at trainings and visiting sanitation projects. What are your insights?   India is a very interesting country.

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To achieve sanitation, collective initiative from communities is imperative