Module 3: Measuring Hygiene Behaviour Change South Sudan


This is sponsored by Samaritan’s Purse,  whose monitoring team in South Sudan will be trained with our Household Inventory  survey tool and taught to conduct household  observations on the Mwater App for mobile phones, as well as how to provide households with assessment of their hygiene level using a traffic light grading system, and set up village level paper-based monitoring for Community Health Clubs: all systems developed and  unique to Africa AHEAD.

Module 3: Training Enumerators to measure Hygiene Behaviour Change

Group Licence: up to 15 people 

Training Period: 3 days  training (of which one is a field day without AA Support)

Training Dates with AA: 23rd  &  25th  March 2022

Programme: Download here

Time: 10am – 4pm (40 min break for lunch)

15th March:  Mwater App. download

 The Membership Card

Household Inventory Survey tool

16th March 2022: Pretesting in the field without AA support

17th March :

Enumerator Feed back from field test and trouble shooting

Possible areas of adaptation of the survey

How to do the Village Registry 

How to do the Star Chart

Participant desirable Qualifications

  • School leavers certificate (A level or more)
  • Experience in Environmental Health in the field
  • Diploma in Environmental Health an advantage (Health Surveillance Assistant)

Required facilities for each participant

  • Use of a smart cell phone
  • Cell phone ‘savy’
  • English speaking (good level)
  • Computer literate (Excel, Word)
  • Adequate airtime

Terms : Full payment in advance

Cancellation: no refund for incomplete attendance

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