In addition to the studies and presentations below a Sustainable WASH Systems (SWS) Learning Partnership webinar on Using Network Analysis to Understand and Strengthen WASH Systems is on the Globalwaters.org website.
A Longitudinal Study of Household Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Characteristics and Environmental Enteropathy Markers in Children Less than 24 Months in Iquitos, Peru. AJTMH, ahead of print 2018. These results provide preliminary evidence for the hypothesis that children less than 24 months of age living in unsanitary conditions will have elevated gut inflammation.
Escherichia coli Contamination across Multiple Environmental Compartments (Soil, Hands, Drinking Water, and Handwashing Water) in Urban Harare: Correlations and Risk Factors. AJTMH, ahead of print 2018. This study highlights the complexity of E. coli contamination in household environment within LMICs. More, larger, studies are needed to better identify sources and exposure pathways of E. coli—and enteric pathogens generally—to identify effective interventions.
Effect of Groundwater Iron on Residual Chlorine in Water Treated with Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate Tablets in Rural Bangladesh. AJTMH, ahead of print, 2018. We assessed the ability of sodium dichloroisocyanurate (NaDCC) to provide adequate chlorine residual when used to treat groundwater with variable iron concentration.
Prevalence and Association of Escherichia coli and Diarrheagenic Escherichia coli in Stored Foods for Young Children and Flies Caught in the Same Households in Rural Bangladesh. AJTMH, ahead of print 2018. We investigated the role of flies in contaminating stored food by collecting food and flies from the same households in rural Bangladesh.
Challenges in Assessing Combined Interventions to Promote Linear Growth. AJTMH, ahead of print 2018. We use two common but very different interventions, deworming and multiple micronutrient supplements, to illustrate barriers to recommending an optimal linear growth promotion package based on the currently available literature.
Women in Water Management in El Salvador and Nicaragua. GWP, February 2018. GWP Central America has published two case studies on women in water management, as part of the implementation of GWP´s Gender Strategy. The studies are available in Spanish.
Presentations from the Fecal Sludge Management 2017 Conference in India. (All presentations)
USAID Presentations –
- BERENDES, D. et al.,“Sanitation Credits: A New Financing Model to Scale Investment in Fecal Sludge Management”, USA.
- BUSTRAAN, F. et al.,“Introduction of Scheduled Desludging Services in Indonesia”, Indonesia.
- SAUER, J., et al.,“Improving Practitioners Knowledge of Market Development Approaches for Use in FSM Programmes”, UK.
- TILLEY, E. et al.,“The Informal Economy of Pit Emptying in Blantyre, Malawi”, Malawi
- BERENDES, D. et al.,“Urban Risk Factors Associated with Enteric Infection in Children: The Role Of Toilets, FSM, and Flooding in a Low-Income Neighborhood of Vellore, India”, India
- REDDY, M. et al., “Why do Women in India not Use Public Toilets? Patterns and Determinants of Public Toilet Usage by Women in Warangal City”, India.
- STRANDE, L.,“Engineering Design Approach for Selection and Design of Treatment Technologies”, Switzerland.
- ELLEDGE, M. et al.,“Continued Development and Field Testing of a Decentralized, Self-contained Toilet that Converts Human Waste into Burnable Fuel and Disinfected Liquid”, USA
- BLACKETT, I. et al.,“Tools for the assessment and development of sustainable city-wide FSM services”, UK