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CLOSE THIS BOOKPHAST Step-by-Step Guide: A Participatory Approach for the Control of Diarrhoeal Disease (PHAST - SIDA - UNDP - WB - WHO, 2000, 137 p.)
VIEW THE DOCUMENT(introduction...)
VIEW THE DOCUMENTPHAST training and information
VIEW THE DOCUMENTWelcome
VIEW THE DOCUMENTEvaluation form: PHAST
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAcknowledgements
Part I: Introduction to the PHAST
Purpose and overview of the guide
VIEW THE DOCUMENTWhy use this guide?
VIEW THE DOCUMENTWho this guide is for
VIEW THE DOCUMENTWhat PHAST tries to achieve
VIEW THE DOCUMENTWhat are participatory methods?
VIEW THE DOCUMENTWhy use participatory methods?
VIEW THE DOCUMENTPHAST and empowerment
VIEW THE DOCUMENTHow the guide is organized
How to use the guide
VIEW THE DOCUMENTPrepare before you start
VIEW THE DOCUMENTMake your toolkit
VIEW THE DOCUMENTSelect the group
VIEW THE DOCUMENTGroup size
VIEW THE DOCUMENTShould I follow the steps in order?
VIEW THE DOCUMENTMoving from step to step
VIEW THE DOCUMENTKeep records and activity outputs
VIEW THE DOCUMENTEvaluate each activity
Some necessary background concepts
VIEW THE DOCUMENTDiarrhoeal diseases and disease transmission
VIEW THE DOCUMENTHealth awareness and community change
VIEW THE DOCUMENTOther uses of this guide
How to be a facilitator: some important points
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTAll participants are equal
VIEW THE DOCUMENTThere is no one right answer
VIEW THE DOCUMENTCreating the right atmosphere
VIEW THE DOCUMENTHow to cope with dominant personalities
VIEW THE DOCUMENTGeneral instructions for all activities
VIEW THE DOCUMENTRemoving and storing PHAST materials for future use
Part II: Step-by-Step Activities
Step 1: Problem identification
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTActivity 1: Community stories
VIEW THE DOCUMENTActivity 2: Health problems in our community
Step 2: Problem analysis
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTActivity 1: Mapping water and sanitation in our community
VIEW THE DOCUMENTActivity 2: Good and bad hygiene behaviours
VIEW THE DOCUMENTActivity 3: Investigating community practices
VIEW THE DOCUMENTActivity 4: How diseases spread
Step 3: Planning for solutions
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTActivity 1: Blocking the spread of disease
VIEW THE DOCUMENTActivity 2: Selecting the barriers
VIEW THE DOCUMENTActivity 3: Task of men and women in the community
Step 4: Selecting options
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTActivity 1: Choosing sanitation improvements
VIEW THE DOCUMENTActivity 2: Choosing improved hygiene behaviours
VIEW THE DOCUMENTActivity 3: Taking time for questions
Step 5: Planning for new facilities and behaviour change
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTActivity 1: Planning for change
VIEW THE DOCUMENTActivity 2: Planning who does what
VIEW THE DOCUMENTActivity 3: Identifying what might go wrong
Step 6: Planning for monitoring and evaluation
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTActivity 1: Preparing to check our progress
Step 7: Participatory evaluation
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTActivity: Checking our progress
Part III: Making a toolkit
VIEW THE DOCUMENTGuidelines for PHAST facilitators and programme managers
VIEW THE DOCUMENTGuidelines for PHAST artists
VIEW THE DOCUMENTHow to make a pocket chart and more examples of how to use it
VIEW THE DOCUMENTActivity, tool and artist acknowledgements
VIEW THE DOCUMENTGlossary
VIEW THE DOCUMENTReferences
VIEW THE DOCUMENTHistorical background to PHAST
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