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cerrar este libroFact Sheets on Environmental Sanitation (WHO; 1996; 328 pages) Ver el documento en el formato PDF
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abrir esta carpeta y ver su contenidoIntroduction to fact sheets on water
abrir esta carpeta y ver su contenidoIntroduction to fact sheets on sanitation
cerrar esta carpetaIntroduction to fact sheets on hygiene education
Ver el documentoFact Sheet 4.1: The role of hygiene education
Ver el documentoFact Sheet 4.2: Focusing on key hygiene behaviours
Ver el documentoFact Sheet 4.3: Collecting information about current hygiene practices
Ver el documentoFact Sheet 4.4: Planning and organization of an education programme
Ver el documentoFact Sheet 4.5: Selecting target groups for hygiene education
Ver el documentoFact Sheet 4.6: Setting objectives for hygiene education
Ver el documentoFact Sheet 4.7: Developing hygiene education messages
Ver el documentoFact Sheet 4.8: Selecting appropriate communication methods for hygiene education
Ver el documentoFact Sheet 4.9: Teaching and learning methods for hygiene education
Ver el documentoFact Sheet 4.10: Using the mass media for hygiene education
Ver el documentoFact Sheet 4.11: Using popular or people's media for hygiene education
Ver el documentoFact Sheet 4.12: Hygiene education for young people
Ver el documentoFact Sheet 4.13: Evaluation of hygiene education programme
 

Introduction to fact sheets on hygiene education

Health education and communication are essential components for the success of any programme to promote hygiene and prevent cholera. It is important to consider each stage of a programme to assess where uptake and effectiveness can be improved through a well chosen communication strategy. This series of Fact Sheets gives practical guidance on coping with health promotion issues within a cholera control programme.

Health promotion and hygiene education activities should be associated with measures aimed at providing a safe water supply, improving sanitation coverage, and enhancing food safety control.

The following fact sheets on hygiene education suggest activities to complement the overall planning and implementation of environmental sanitation, with particular emphasis on preventing and controlling cholera and other diarrhoeal diseases.

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