Behaviour change program

Building a clean well would be ineffective if people continued to eat with dirty hands. Although changing behaviour is really hard, it has enormous potential to improve lives. That is why WISE is not only determined to do behaviour change well, but better.

Rosa discusses how to separate waste with the children at RW7 Kopo (Bandung, Indonesia)
Rosa discusses how to separate waste with the children at RW7 Kopo (Bandung, Indonesia)

Kopo zero waste project, Bandung, Indonesia
After Generasi Semangat Selalu Ikhlas’s (GSSI) sustained efforts successfully transformed Cibunut (note: link in Bahasa Indonesia) into a neighbourhood that maximises waste reduction and recovery, WISE is excited to help GSSI replicate these achievements in Kopo. Are you in Bandung? Volunteer with the local team to implement the project. Not in Bandung? Donate to realise GSSI and WISE’s plans.

GWASH (Gamify WASH)
WISE is exploring whether integrating game-design elements and game principles can increase the effectiveness of conventional behaviour change approaches. We are on the lookout for volunteers or interns who are keen to develop a gamification toolkit for WASH behaviour change. If you are up for a challenge, join us!

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