Peer reviewed Papers  in reputable journals


A new paper on large scale CHC program in Zim with over 500 CHCs involved. 

Murakwani P, Sibanda.W, Dube,S, Weber,N. (2022) Community health clubs improve latrine construction through savings, lending, and income-generating activities. Download full paper here Murakwani et al CHC in Zim

Rosenfeld, J, Berggren, R & Frerichs L.  (2021) A Review of the Community Health Club Literature Describing Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Outcomes.  IJERPH as part of the Special Issue Community-Based Approaches for Reducing Health Inequities .  Download full paper here: Rosenfeld et al 2021.

Waterkeyn J, Nyamandi VK and Nguyen NH. (2021)  A Comparative Study of the Efficacy of Community Health Clubs in Rural Areas of Vietnam and Zimbabwe to Control Diarrhoeal Disease. DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.97142

Waterkeyn J. 2021. A Methodological Crisis in the WASH Sector: Crunching Numbers and Throwing Them over the Wall

Public Health Open Access. Vol.5.2.DOI: 10.23880/phoa-16000179

Comparative Assessment of Hygiene Behaviour Change and Cost-effectiveness of Community Health Clubs in Rwanda and Zimbabwe.

Waterkeyn J., Matimati R., Muringaniza A., Chingono A., Ntakarutimana A., Katabarwa J., Bigirimana Z., Pantoglou J., Waterkeyn A., Cairncross S. (2019).  

IntechOpen. DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.89995

The value of monitoring data in a process evaluation of hygiene behaviour change in Community Health Clubs to explain findings from a cluster-randomised controlled trial in Rwanda.

Waterkeyn, J., Waterkeyn, A., Uwingabire, F.. Pantoglou, J., Ntakarutimana A., Mbirira M., Katabarwa J., Bigirimana Z., Cairncross S., Cater R. (2020).  BMC Public Health 20, 98 (2020).

Waterkeyn, JA and Waterkeyn, AJ. (2013)

Creating a culture of health: hygiene behaviour change in community health clubs through knowledge and positive peer pressure.

Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development  Vol 3 No 2. 144–155.

Waterkeyn, JA and Waterkeyn, AJ. (2013)

The effectiveness and sustainability of two demand driven sanitation and hygiene approaches in Zimbabwe.

Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development. 1.1.p.20-36.

Whaley, L and Webster, J. (2011) 

 Creating a demand for sanitation through Community Health Clubs:  a cost effective intervention in two districts of Zimbabwe.

Journal of Social Science and Medicine. 61. p.1958-1970

Waterkeyn, J & Cairncross, S. (2005)