Tag Archives: hand washing

Want to know more about SuperAmma?

Recently the EHG published the findings of a behavioral intervention that targeted handwashing in India. The paper has been getting a lot of coverage in the press. Follow the links below to find out more. ‘SuperMum’ campaign results in startling … Continue reading

Can ‘SuperAmma’ help to change our hand washing behavior?

Katie Greenland is a Research Fellow with the Environmental Health Group and has recently collaborated with Adam Biran, Val Curtis, Robert Aunger and Wolf-Peter Schmitt as well as other authors, on a behavioral  intervention study in India designed to impove hadwashing. … Continue reading

Could the Moringa plant be a soap alternative for developing Countries?

Dr Belen Torondel is a microbiologist in the Environmental Health Group and has recently collaborated on a study which explored whether Moringa plant leaves could be used as an effective handwashing product. We asked Dr Torondel to tell us more about … Continue reading