Water and Sanitation Behavior Choices: Tanzania

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This project used multi-scale modeling of health behavior choices and integrated theoretical frameworks and methodologies from behavioral sciences, epidemiology, and microeconomics to better understand behavior change processes related to water, sanitation, hygiene and health.  Our broad research goal was to assess the extent to which, and the mechanisms by which, household-level information about risk for enteric illness (specifically water quality and hand cleanliness data) affect household perceptions and behavior related to water management, sanitation practices, and personal hygiene.

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