Purpose and overview:
This training report detailed the purpose, RANAS methodology, agenda and participant list of the training.
The Risks, Attitudes, Norms, Abilities, and Self-regulation (RANAS) approach to systematic behaviour change is an established method for designing and evaluating behaviour change strategies that target and change the factors influencing a specific behaviour in a specific population. In brief, it is an easily applied method for measuring behavioural factors, assessing their influence on behaviour, designing tailored strategies that change behaviour, and measuring the effectiveness of these. Although it was originally developed to change behaviour in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WaSH) sector in developing countries, it is applicable to a range of behaviours in various settings and populations.
Usage: Guidance for implementation
Audience: National Society WASH staff
- EVENT: RANAS training conducted in Siem Reap, Cambodia, on 8-9 November 2016
- Systematic Behavior Change in Water Sanitation and Hygiene – A practical guide using the RANAS (Risk, Attitude, Norms and Self Regulation) approach.
- Methodological Fact Sheets – RANAS (Risks, Attitudes, Norms, Abilities and Self Regulation) approach to systematic behavior change
- For more information, refer to this external link.