Recent WASH research on handwashing, latrine use, CLTS, water quality


Acceptability and Feasibility of Sharing a Soapy Water System for Handwashing in a Low-Income Urban Community in Dhaka, Bangladesh: A Qualitative Study. AJTMH, June 2018.

Washing with hope: evidence of improved handwashing among children in South Africa from a pilot study of a novel soap technology. BMC Public Health, June 2018.

Small town water services sustainability checks: development and application in Ethiopia. Water Policy, June 2018.

Water Sector Reforms, Commercialization and Financial Sustainability of Public Water Utilities in Kenya: The Case of Homa Bay Water and Sewerage Company Limited. International Journal of Business and Management, June 2018.

Quantifying Averted Disability-Adjusted Life Years as a Performance Indicator for Water Quality Interventions: A Review of Current Methodologies and Challenges, Water,

A Review of In-Situ and Remote Sensing Technologies to Monitor Water and Sanitation Interventions, Water,

Health, livelihood, and environmental impacts of the distribution of a carbon-credit-financed, large-scale water filter and improved cookstove programme in Rwanda, Lancet Planetary Health,

Effect of precipitation on clinic-diagnosed enteric infections in children in Rwanda: an observational study, Lancet Planetary Health,


Using behavioral science to promote latrine use in rural India. 3ie, May 2018. This video captures insights on the barriers to latrine use in different states in India and reinforces the need for high-quality evidence on effective behaviour change interventions for informing sanitation programmes and policies.

Lessons learned from the Safe Water Phase 2 initiative (2015-2018): a WASH Talk podcast. IRC, June 2018. CEO of the Cambodian social enterprise Hydrologic, Rachel Pringle, and Managing Director of the Netherlands-based non-profit Aqua for All, Sjef Ernes, talk to host, Andy Narracott, about their lessons learned in developing viable BoP business models.

Menstrual Hygiene Webinar Series. WASH United.


Does CLTS target the right psychosocial factors to succeed in triggering households to build latrines? RANASMosler, June 2018. Two articles on a study in Mozambique analyzed whether CLTS is connected to the RANAS psychosocial factors that influence latrine building and latrine rebuilding after collapse.


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