Kenya Comparative Analysis
This document presents the highlights of research conducted in Kenya to assess the effectiveness of WASHplus-supported activities to increase sanitation coverage and promote given hygiene practices. WASHplus was a USAID-activity, which in Kenya implemented a program to support the Kenya’s government objective to end open defecation (OD). WASHplus/Kenya was defined as an inclusive sanitation program that targeted three vulnerable sub-populations: households with children under 5, with elderly family members 65 years old and above, and potentially with people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV). WASHplus behavior change activities in Kenya included specific hygiene and sanitation recommendations for the targeted populations.
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