Counselling Cards: Hygiene Practices

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2017 | SPRING & Government of Sierra Leone

These counselling cards address key complementary feeding and water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) behaviors for the Sierra Leonean context. In May-June 2016, SPRING used Trials of Improved Practices (TIPs), a qualitative research methodology, to allow household members in the Tonkolili District of Sierra Leone to select improved WASH and nutrition behaviors to try using in their households. These counselling cards are a direct output of this methodology, incorporating the most acceptable behaviors surrounding key messages on priority topics related to complementary feeding and WASH.

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