Hand hygiene compliance following the intervention increased by 8.5% (P <0.001) compared with hand hygiene compliance before the intervention. There was no difference in compliance between children and their visitors (22% vs 28%, P= 0.051). While hand hygiene compliance varied depending on which of the five moments of hygiene undertaken (P<0.001), with highest compliance after body fluid exposure 65% (11/17); before patient contact 31% (86/93); after patient contact 22% (50/225) and after contact with surroundings 24% (13/54). Regarding the intervention sessions, 67% of the Glo-Yo group and 55% of mobile learning technology group has strongly agreed that the session was successful at raising awareness of the importance of hand hygiene compared to 30% in the control group. Additionally, 86% of visitors strongly agreed that the Glo-yo session has increased their child’s knowledge/understanding of when to wash hands and parts of hands that are difficult to wash compared to MLT and control group.