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School-based WASH related problems : problem tree analysis [from the] SWASH+ Advocacy workshop 2008

During a two-day advocacy workshop in July 2008 a problem tree analysis was created. The goal of the workshop was to develop the framework for a government engagement strategy to feed into the SWASH+ year-three strategy.  Fourteen members comprising all of the partners participated. The participants engaged in in-depth analysis of the drivers of WASH-related problems in schools.  This took the form of a collaborative problem-tree analysis meant to isolate the policy drivers of WASH-related school problems. It is a one page schematic drawing. [authors abstract] 

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TitleSchool-based WASH related problems : problem tree analysis [from the] SWASH+ Advocacy workshop 2008
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
AuthorsSWASH+ Research Team
Pagination1 p.; 1 scheme
Date Published2008-01-01 ?
PublisherS.n.
Place PublishedS.l.
Keywordshealth aspects, health impact, schools
Abstract

During a two-day advocacy workshop in July 2008 a problem tree analysis was created. The goal of the workshop was to develop the framework for a government engagement strategy to feed into the SWASH+ year-three strategy.  Fourteen members comprising all of the partners participated. The participants engaged in in-depth analysis of the drivers of WASH-related problems in schools.  This took the form of a collaborative problem-tree analysis meant to isolate the policy drivers of WASH-related school problems. It is a one page schematic drawing. [authors abstract] 

This is a SWASH+ -output.

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