Integrating Savings and Income Generating Activities into Community Health Clubs to Improve Latrine Construction in Zimbabwe
- USAID FFP M&E Policy and Guidance, 2020
- IDEAL Qualitative M&E during Covid-19, Webinar and FAQ
- IDEAL QualMe Community of Practice web page, July 2020
- COVID-19 Hygiene Hub: Summary report on remote quantitative and qualitative approaches for understanding COVID-19 related behaviors and perceptions
Recently, the Amalima program in Zimbabwe, funded by USAID’s Office of Food for Peace (FFP) undertook a qualitative assessment to understand how integrating savings and income generating activities into Community Health Clubs can support improvements in sanitation and hygiene behaviors and related infrastructure. During this webinar, the Amalima team will share key findings from this study along with broader lessons learned gained from the fusion of these two approaches. They will also share challenges and lessons learned from this qualitative research process. Qualitative Research Experts from TANGO International will share tips with implementing partners on conducting qualitative research adapted for a WASH study while considering necessary adaptations for COVID-19.
Participants will be encouraged to share their questions and experiences during this webinar.