Language and communication challenges in hygiene promotion (case study: Maiduguri / Jere)

Last updated on April 29, 2021

Hosted by Anca Soldubanu

Hosted on 19th April 2021 by Anca Soldubanu


  1. Salisu Zarma Garba said:

    To communicate to the people in their local languages or dialects, facilitate understanding and easily put into practice, in order to achieve the positive required result

    Accurate data can also be obtained to use for other purpose, which can be also keep for record

    At last, it creat rapport between the field staff and the local person, which prevent any doubt for the people accept the programme

    April 23, 2021
  2. Mohammed Yakubu said:

    It was indeed a happy experience given the fact that a lot of things which were taken for granted were discovered in the TWB survey. I worked for Gibran at Ajilari and with the survey, I now found what gaps really exist which I had not paid necessary attention to prior to the survey. Thank you TWB.

    April 24, 2021

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