Session 5: COVID-19: Applying Behavior Centered Design

This session is extracted from a webinar organized by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Save the Children’s Global WASH team, on the importance of integrating behavior change into WASH activities. This video introduces behavior-centered design, an SBC theory that highlights components of behaviour change during COVID-19.

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#1. Are theory-driven behavior change strategies still possible in a pandemic context?

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