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close this bookHygiene Evaluation Procedures - Approaches and Methods for Assessing Water- and Sanitation-Related Hygiene Practices (International Nutrition Foundation for Developing Countries - INFDC, 1997, 124 pages)
close this folder2. Planning a hygiene evaluation study
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View the documentWhat am I going to investigate?
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View the documentWho will be in the study team?
View the documentWhat resources will I need?
View the documentWhen should I do a hygiene evaluation study?

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You will need to plan your investigation in as much derail as possible. For example, you can start by asking what do I want to investigate? How much time and other resources do I have? Who is going to be involved? When? Answers to these questions, however sketchy and preliminary, will shape your plan of investigation.