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Empirical Study of Urban WASH Impacts: Research on the Relationship of Population Density and Neighborhood-Level Sanitation…

Empirical Study of Urban WASH Impacts: Research on the Relationship of Population Density and Neighborhood-Level Sanitation Access to Fecal-Associated Health Impacts

RFA#:WASH2013-001 traction

  • Status:Posted:March 18, 2013
  • Questions Due:Monday, April 1, 2013, 5:00pm (EST)
  • Applications Due: Monday, April 29, 2013, 5:00pm (EST)

The purpose of this Request for Applications (RFA) is to fund research that will more fully characterize the relative health impact (i.e., diarrheal diseases, STH infections, and anthropometric measures in children) of sanitation coverage in areas marked by high population densities compared to those with lower population densities.

The TRAction Project anticipates making one award not to exceed 2,000,000 USD to achieve the purpose of this RFA.

Results of this research will be shared with national decision-makers, program implementers, researchers, and other stakeholders to promote learning and inform the targeting of sanitation interventions.

Attachment Size
Appendix E_TEMPLATE SubAgreement Template.pdf 139.19 KB
WASH RFA– Empirical Study of Urban WASH Impacts.pdf 364.74 KB
budget template.xls 153 KB

Desk Review Study of Urban WASH Impacts: Research on the Relationship of Population Density…

Desk Review Study of Urban WASH Impacts: Research on the Relationship of Population Density and Neighborhood-Level Sanitation Access to Fecal-Associated Health Impacts

RFA#:WASH2013-002 traction

  • Status:Current
  • Posted:March 18, 2013
  • Questions Due:Monday, April 1, 2013, 5:00pm (EST)
  • Applications Due:Monday, April 29, 2013, 5:00pm (EST)

The purpose of this Request for Applications (RFA) is to fund research involving the secondary analysis of data that will more fully characterize the relative health impact (i.e., diarrheal diseases, STH infections, and anthropometric measures in children) of sanitation coverage in areas marked by high population densities compared to those with lower population densities.

The TRAction Project anticipates making one or more awards of approximately 50,000-100,000 USD each to achieve the purpose of this RFA.

Results of this research will be shared with national decision-makers, program implementers, researchers, and other stakeholders to promote learning and inform the targeting of sanitation interventions.

Attachment Size
WASH RFA– Desk Review Study of Urban WASH Impacts.pdf 376.06 KB
Appendix E_TEMPLATE SubAgreement Template.pdf 139.19 KB
budget template.xls 153 KB