Using innovative technologies to measure behavior change in public health programs

Indonesia, July 9, 2013

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Mercy Corps Indonesia recently partnered with Portland State University’s SWEETLab to pilot remotely reporting sensors for measuring the use of water and sanitation facilities in poor urban neighborhoods. This paper compares findings from the sensors to traditional evaluation methods and suggests some powerful possibilities for understanding program effectiveness.


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