Community-Based Environmental Sanitation and Hygiene

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Benin: Community-Based Environmental Sanitation and Hygiene to Prevent Diarrheal Disease

Municipal teams in four towns in Borgou Department are helping communities to identify and analyze environmental problems related to diarrheal disease and to address them through small-scale community projects, such as latrines and water source protection.

Developing an Approach to Community-Based Environmental Sanitation and Hygiene

Based on its own work and the work of other external support agencies, EHP is developing the essential elements of “hygiene improvement” as an integrated approach to preventing diarrheal diseases through (1) applying water and sanitation technologies, (2) creating enabling environments, and (3) hygiene promotion to enable USAID and other organizations to select approaches most appropriate for their situation.

Scoping Visits to Identify Countries for Community-Based Environmental Sanitation and Hygiene Programs

EHP is reaching out to USAID missions to make them aware of the potential of EHP’s CESH program (Community-Based Environmental Sanitation and Hygiene) to address mission strategic objectives in reducing mortality from major childhood diseases, principally diarrheal disease.

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