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WASH services in small towns : baseline report for a quasi-randomised control trial to assess impacts of the One WaSH Plus programme

This report summarises and presents the initial analysis of a baseline study of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services in 16 small towns across 4 regions of Ethiopia (Amhara, Oromia, Somali, Tigray). The study was part of a quasi-randomised control trial to assess the impacts of the One WaSH Plus programme being implemented by the UNICEF and the Government of Ethiopia. Data collection was undertaken during the period October to December 2014.

The report covers the overall study design and baseline data collection, data management and quality control procedures, and an initial analysis of the main data. 

Data was collected on household income, diarrhoeal disease occurrence, water service provision, and sanitation and hygiene services and practices at household, community and institutional level (schools, health care facilities, prisons and public latrines).

Recommendations are made for further analysis and follow-up.

TitleWASH services in small towns : baseline report for a quasi-randomised control trial to assess impacts of the One WaSH Plus programme
Publication TypeProgress Report
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsAdank, M, Dickinson, N, Butterworth, J, Mekonta, L, Abera, M, Bostoen, K
Secondary Title One WaSH Plus Programme report.
Pagination50 p. : 25 fig., 10 tab.
Date Published04/2015
PublisherIRC / HoAREC Consortium
Place PublishedThe Hague, The Netherlands
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

This report summarises and presents the initial analysis of a baseline study of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services in 16 small towns across 4 regions of Ethiopia (Amhara, Oromia, Somali, Tigray). The study was part of a quasi-randomised control trial to assess the impacts of the One WaSH Plus programme being implemented by the UNICEF and the Government of Ethiopia. Data collection was undertaken during the period October to December 2014.

The report covers the overall study design and baseline data collection, data management and quality control procedures, and an initial analysis of the main data. 

Data was collected on household income, diarrhoeal disease occurrence, water service provision, and sanitation and hygiene services and practices at household, community and institutional level (schools, health care facilities, prisons and public latrines).

Recommendations are made for further analysis and follow-up.

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