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2012
Briscoe, C. et Aboud, F., « Behaviour change communication targeting four health behaviours in developing countries : a review of change techniques », Social science and medicine, p. p. 612 - 621; 2 tab., 2012.
Hefny, M.A., « Changing behavior as a policy tool for enhancing food security », Water policy : official journal of the World Water Council, p. p. 106 - 120; 2 fig.; 1 tab., 2012.
Benoit, N., « Individuals’ perception and the potential of urine as a fertilizer in Ethekwini, South Africa : a paper presented at the second conference on deve.. », presented at the 2012-10-29, S.l., 2012, p. 11 p.; 1 fig.; i fig.
Lowe, E., A practical facilitation handbook : CHAST : children's hygiene and sanitation training, Second edition. Nairobi, Kenya: Caritas Switzerland/Luxembourg – SwissGroup, 2012, p. 76 p. : fig.; ill.; photographs.
2011
Pickering, A.J., Julian, T.R., Mamuya, S., Boehm, A.B., et Davis, J., « Bacterial hand contamination among Tanzanian mothers varies temporally and following household activities », Tropical medicine and international health, p. p. 233 - 239; 1 fig.; 1 tab.; , 2011.
Society for Participatory Research in Asia -New Delhi, IN, PRIA, « Democratic accountability in local governance institutions : experiences from South Asia ». Society for Participatory Research in Asia (PRIA), New Delhi, India, p. xiii, 167 p.; 7 fig.; 12 tab.; 29 boxes, 2011.
Curtis, V., De Barra, M., et Aunger, R., « Disgust as an adaptive system for disease avoidance behaviour », Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London : series B, Biological sciences, p. p. 389 - 401; 2 fig., 2011.
Whaley, L. et Webster, J., « The effectiveness and sustainability of two demand-driven sanitation and hygiene approaches in Zimbabwe », vol. 1, nᵒ 1, p. 20-36 : 5 fig., 5 tab., 2011.
Carroll, K., « Fourteen organizations promoting handwashing in any form : presentation on december 6th 2011, "Getting School WASH Right", Emory University ». S.n., S.l., p. 1 p., 2011.
Tremolet, S., « Identifying the potential for results-based financing for sanitation : scaling up rural sanitation ». Water and Sanitation Program (WSP), WSP, Washington, DC, USA, p. vi, 28 p.; 2 fig.; 6 tab.; 6 boxes, 2011.
WaterAid -London, GB, « South Asian people’s perspective on sanitation : synthesis review : Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka ». WaterAid, London, UK, p. 52 p.; ill.; photographs, 2011.
Vindigni, S.M., Riley, P.L., Jhung, M., et Emory University School of Medicine -Atlanta, GA, US. Regional Training Center for Family Planning, « Systematic review : handwashing behaviour in low to middle income countries : outcome measures and behaviour maintenance », Tropical medicine and international health, p. p. 466 - 477; 3 fig.; 1 tab., 2011.
2010
SNV Asia et IRC, « Asia workshop : “Performance Monitoring and Hygiene Behaviour Change", August 22 – 24 , 2010, Vientiane, Laos », IRC and SNV Netherlands Development Organization, The Hague, The Netherlands, 2010.
Devine, J., « Beyond tippy-taps : the role of enabling products in scaling up and sustaining handwashing », Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, p. p. 304-314 : 1 box, 1 fig., photogr., 2010.
Riaz, M. et Khan, F., « Beyond traditional KAP surveys-need for addressing other determinants of behavioral change for more effective hygiene promotion », in South Asia Sanitation and Hygiene practitioners' workshop papers, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2010, p. 7 p.; tab.
Fawzi, A. et Jones, H., « Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) for people in vulnerable situations : identifying and supporting the most disadvantaged people in CLTS : a case study of Bangladesh ». WaterAid, London, UK, p. 9 p. : 1 box; 2 photographs, 2010.

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