Toys Inside Soap Could Increase Handwashing Among Children In Humanitarian Emergencies, Study Shows

FHI 360’s “R&E Search for Evidence”: Surprise (or not)! Toy-in-soap intervention increases handwashing among kids in emergency contexts
Corey White, managing editor at R&E Search for Evidence at FHI 360, discusses results from a study that provides “new evidence showing toys inside soap can increase handwashing among kids in emergency humanitarian contexts.” White notes, “As the number of global humanitarian emergencies continues to increase, new research … shows that simple, innovative solutions are increasingly important to test and evaluate” (10/25).

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