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Scaling up rural sanitation : learning by doing : working at scale in Ethiopia
, (Learning note / WSP) Nairobi, Kenya: Water and Sanitation Program, WSP. Available at:
Published on: 13/12/2011
Today, 2.6 billion people live without access to improved sanitation. Of these, 75 percent live in rural communities. To address this challenge,...
Hygiene improvement project : why WASH matters : community-based approach in Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania
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Published on: 18/11/2010
Diarrhoea and other infections are caused or spread by unsafe water, sanitation and hygiene. At one time or another, most people living with HIV o...
How to integrate water, sanitation and hygiene into HIV programmes
, Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization (WHO). Available at:
Published on: 29/09/2010
This document integrates Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) practices into HIV care. Chapter 1 provides an overview of the document and some...
Analysis of research on the effects of improved water, sanitation, and hygiene on the health of people living with HIV and AIDS and programmatic implications.
, Washington, DC, USA: USAID. Available at:
Published on: 26/03/2008
This paper reviews the existing scientific and programmatic evidence, raises WaSH issues in the HIV and AIDS context that need further study to...
Private sector response against the cholera threat in Trinidad and Tobago
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Published on: 29/12/2004
During the first half of 1992 the private sector in Trinidad and Tobago spent TT$ 540 660 on cholera-related advertisements and private announcements...
2014 WASH Sustainability Forum : initial concepts
, The Hague, The Netherlands: IRC, Aguaconsult, GWC, SustainableWASH.org and others. Available at:
Published on: 28/06/2014
Pre-read to the 2014 WASH Sustainability Forum providing three short overviews of sustainability tools for water, sanitation, and hygiene.