Behaviour Change

This issue deals with a major but often neglected issue: changing behaviour in sanitation on a significant scale. The papers of this issue are: 1. Ekane et al. deal with the contradiction between national policies and policies and traditional norms at household level. 2. Drechsel and Karg present a social marketing approach to behaviour change. 3. Lechner’s paper describes a social marketing approach to behaviour change, which is at the core of EcoSan Club’s own and recently started project in Uganda. 4. Jurga describes the behaviour change campaigns of WASH United.

EcoSan Club (2013): Behaviour Change. (= Sustainable Sanitation Practice , 16 ). Vienna: EcoSan Club URL [Accessed: 26.08.2013]