|Title||Roles and responsibilities : what are the best models for sustaining and maintaining school WASH facilities?|
|Year of Publication||2012|
|Authors||Trinies, V, Dreibelbis, R|
|Pagination||1 p.; 1 fig.|
|Place Published||Nairobi, Kenya|
|Keywords||access to sanitation, kenya nyanza province, kenya western region, monitoring, schools, water treatment|
School-based water treatment, latrine provision, and handwashing programs have demonstrated measurable improvements for both health and educational outcomes. Unfortunately, school WASH interventions face serious challenges to sustainability. Evaluations have demonstrated sharp declines over time in functionality of water and sanitation infrastructure and the provision of key inputs, such as soap and treated drinking water.
This is a one-page summary based on the report, ‘Summary report : roles and responsibilities extended learning period, A SWASH+ Project research report', prepared by V. Trinies and R. Dreibelbis.
This is a SWASH+ -output.
|Custom 1||203.2, 303|