The USAID Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Partnerships and Learning for Sustainability (WASHPaLS) project is holding a webinar to discuss the findings of Toward a Hygienic Environment for Infants and Young Children: A Review of the Literature. The presentation will share highlights from the desk review, key lessons for implementers, and the project’s next steps in this area.
This recently completed review of the scientific and grey literature to capture the state of knowledge of the health risks to infants and young children from fecal exposure in their home environments focuses on historically underemphasized sources and transmission pathways not disrupted by the traditional suite of WASH measures. Download the review
- Date: Thursday, April 5
- Time: 9–10:30 a.m. EDT (New York time)
- Register for the webinar
- Julia Rosenbaum, Senior Behavior Change Specialist, WASHPaLS Project
- Francis Ngure, Research Advisor, WASHPaLS Project
- Jeff Albert, Deputy Director, WASHPaLS Project