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Social and behaviour change for sustainable WASH interventions in Zimbabwe
conference contributionposted on 2018-11-01, 10:49 authored by Takudzwa Chihanga
Unpaid Care and Domestic Work is essential for human development, well-being, healthy societies and growing economies. Poor access to basic public services increases the burden of domestic care work. This paper describes the lessons learned from the first year of the We-Care Dreams programme. The programme aims to look beyond WASH systems in their own silo and create a broader interaction with communities. Being intentional about using the provision of WASH services for more than their own sake seems very logical in theory but has come up against different types of challenges. It is hoped that the lessons learned here will be useful for others wanting to move beyond WASH service provision for its own sake.
- Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering
- Water, Engineering and Development Centre (WEDC)
Published inTransformation towards sustainable and resilient WASH services: Proceedings of the 41st WEDC International Conference
Pages? - ? (5)
CitationCHIHANGA, T., 2018. Social and behaviour change for sustainable WASH interventions in Zimbabwe. IN: Shaw, R.J. (ed). Transformation towards sustainable and resilient WASH services: Proceedings of the 41st WEDC International Conference, Nakuru, Kenya, 9-13 July 2018, paper 2976, 5 pp.
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NotesThis is a conference paper.