Enhancing a safe water intervention with student-created visual aids to promote handwashing behavior in Kenyan primary schools.

@article{Graves2011EnhancingAS,
  title={Enhancing a safe water intervention with student-created visual aids to promote handwashing behavior in Kenyan primary schools.},
  author={Janessa M Graves and William E. Daniell and Julie R Harris and Alfredo F. X. O. Obure and Robert Quick},
  journal={International quarterly of community health education},
  year={2011},
  volume={32 4},
  pages={307-23}
}
The Nyando Integrated Child Health Education (NICHE) project was a collaborative effort by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and local partners to assess the effectiveness of multiple interventions for improving child survival in western Kenya. To increase handwashing in schools, NICHE trained teachers and installed handwashing stations with treated water and soap in 51 primary schools. This cluster-randomized trial evaluated an additional educational strategy (a poster contest themed… CONTINUE READING

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