Hygiene Behavioral Change Training

SSDA conducted a three-day Training on “Hygiene Behavioral Change” for the implementing partners of the project on “Accelerating Ending Open Defecation” in Afghanistan in October and November 2016. The CLTS implementing partners for this project included ACTED, CAF, DACAAR, DoPH, IMC, POWER and ZOA.

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The overall objective of the trainings was to build the capacity of project management staff, master trainers and field facilitators of CLTS Implementing Partners in hygiene behavioral change to assist them facilitate and promote hygienic practices in the communities through training the FHAGs and CLTS committees, dissemination of hygiene related messages, and awareness raising sessions.