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Guidelines and Tools: Developed by EHP staff and partners to meet identified needs expressed by environmental health program implementers around the world. They are documents that provide direction for program managers to plan, implement and monitor environmental health activities in the field. They are also available in hard copy.

Activity Report 135.  Technical Assistance to the Government of India for Urban Health Planning and National Guidelines

Activity Report 128. Planning Tools for the Nepal Public Private Partnership for Handwashing Initiative.

Activity Report 124. West Africa Water Initiative (WAWI) Monitoring and Evaluation Plan, Program Framework and Indicators.

Strategic Report 9. Participatory Monitoring & Evaluation for Hygiene Improvement Beyond the toolbox: What else is required for effective PM&E? A Literature Review

Strategic Report 8. Assessing Hygiene Improvement: Guidelines for Household and Community Levels

Strategic Report 7. Best Practices for Dengue Prevention and Control in the Americas.

Strategic Report 7S. Mejores prácticas para la prevención y el control del dengue en las Américas.

Strategic Report 3. Improving Sanitation in Small Towns in Latin America and the Caribbean: Practical Methodology for Designing a Sustainable Sanitation Plan.

Strategic Report 3S. Mejoramiento del saneamiento en las ciudades pequeñas de América Latina y el Caribe: Metodología práctica para diseñar un plan de saneamiento sostenible Tobias.

Strategic Report 2. Guidelines for the Assessment of National Sanitation Policies.

Strategic Report 2S. Directrices para la evaluación de políticas de saneamiento nacionales. 

Joint Publication 7. Improving Health through Behavior Change A Process Guide on Hygiene Promotion.

Water and Sanitation Indicators Measurement Guide

Guidelines and Tools related to developing a hygiene promotion program in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The following are only available in French. For more information, see Activity Report 132.

1. C-IMCI Project: Training Module to train C-IMCI Teams (French)

2. C-IMCI Facilitator Guide and Participant Manual for C-IMCI Teams (French)

3. C-IMCI Project: Training Module to train Animators (French)

4. C-IMCI Facilitator Guide and Participant Manual for Animators (French)

5. Clean Village and Model Health Center Guide (French)

6. Guide for Institutional Relays (French)

7. Making Cities Work: Training Module to train the Urban Hygiene Coordinators (French)

8. Making Cities Work: Facilitator Guide and Participant Manual (French)

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