Recent sanitation/WASH research

Recent sanitation/WASH research.
Behavioral antecedents for handwashing in a low-income urban setting in Bangladesh: an exploratory study.
Provision versus promotion to develop a handwashing station: the effect on desired handwashing behavior.
We conducted a three-month pilot intervention to evaluate two options for setting up handwashing stations: i) provide a handwashing station, or ii) help the family to make their own from available materials.
Impact of Community Health Clubs on Diarrhea and Anthropometry in Western Rwanda: Cluster-Randomized Controlled Trial.
FASEB Jnl, May 2017.
Our results raise questions about the value of implementing this intervention at scale.
Diet Quality, Water and Toilets Remain a Lingering Challenge for Undernutrition in India.
(Abstract/order) – Teacher training and installation of water stations resulted in observed improvements in pupils’ hygiene, particularly when water stations were located Consistency of Use and Effectiveness of Household Water Treatment Among Indian Households Claiming to Treat Their Water.
Adding a Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Intervention and a Lipid-Based Nutrient Supplement to an Integrated Agriculture and Nutrition Program Improved the Nutritional Status of Young Burkinabé Children.

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