|Title||Principles and practices for inclusive sanitation : a case study from Ethiopia|
|Year of Publication||2010|
|Secondary Title||Briefing note / WaterAid|
|Pagination||21 p.; 1 tab.; 1 fig.; 4 boxes|
|Place Published||London, UK|
|Keywords||access to sanitation, ethiopia, poverty, social aspects, social processes, social structure|
Disabled people represent the largest socially excluded groups and most live without access to basic sanitary services, which can exacerbate impairments and poverty. As a result, disabled people tend to be excluded from research and development interventions.
|Notes||List of references on p. 19 - 21|