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The Power of Collaboration: Raleigh International and Reckitt launch report on Tanzania behaviour change project

A new report shows the power of young people and skills-based volunteers to transform water, sanitation and hygiene behaviours.

8th December 2021

A new report shows the power of young people and skills-based volunteers to transform water, sanitation and hygiene behaviours.

Co-led by young Tanzanian, the project known locally as ‘Healthier Lives Happier Homes’ was a result of a two week collaborative innovation sprint between 30 young Tanzanians and 30 employees from health, hygiene and nutrition specialist, Reckitt. By teaming up, the initiative synergised a range of relevant skills and experience to develop an innovative new programme to combat the problem at hand.

Over 12 months the new interventions were delivered by volunteers in 20 communities and in the Kilombero region of Tanzania.

Key findings from the ‘Power of Collaboration’ report

We know young people can change the world

At Raleigh International we have long known and trusted in the power that young people have to find solutions to some of the world’s most pressing issues. But through the project, we have seen that by combining the perspectives and determination of young people with the strengths and expertise from the business world, we can create a new model for development which can change lives for the better.

Click to read the ‘Power of Collaboration’ report

Raleigh International and Reckitt partnered to make an impact in Tanzania

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A new report launched by Raleigh International and Reckitt shows the power of young people and skills-based volunteers to transform water, sanitation and hygiene behaviours in rural Tanzania, on the project known locally as 'Healthier Lives Happier Homes' Read more about the findings from the report.

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