- Re: Is there a standard for handwashing taps/stations to learners? - by: muench November 28, 2014Dear John, I have moved your question to here to give it more attention. It's a good question (and I am no expert on this). I guess it depends on what you want to achieve with the handwashing at school. When I think of handwashing at schools, I immediately think of the work done with the government in the Philippines sparked by the NGO Fit for School. I […]
- Re: Some changes to the forum categories - by: hajo November 28, 2014hi all, one of the sustainability criteria calls for 'Socio-cultural and institutional aspects', I feel the category 'mindset & attitudes' could possibly be called accordingly 'Socio-cultural aspects' and can then include CLTS and else. The 'institutional aspect' of sustainability will be covered in the category […]
- Comparative study on the different types of toilets in India - by: vagisha November 28, 2014Hello, Does anyone know of or has done a comparative study on the different toilet systems that exist in India - WC, two-leach pit model, septic tank, DRDO, Ecosan, Sulabh and Composting toilets? Such a study would typically have information on how much water is used by these different toilets, what are the negative and positive effects of each and which of […]
- Re: Software to identify and quantify pathogenic helminth eggs (University Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Mexico) - by: muench November 27, 2014Dear Cati, Ah, I didn't know that. So it is likely that people in country X or in region X are infected with one type of helminth, whereas in another country or region it will likely be another type? These helminths are therefore not really "competing" with each other in the same region? I am sorry, but I still have a question about the table […]
- Re: Software to identify and quantify pathogenic helminth eggs (University Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Mexico) - by: TeamWTR November 27, 2014[Start of Page 2 of the discussion] Dear Elisabeth Actually, one person can be infected with more than one species, although it is not common since many species are endemic of certain areas, but the number in the table refers to number of people infected, so a person infected with more than one species would still count as one. Regards, Cati.
- Re: Is there a standard for handwashing taps/stations to learners? - by: muench November 28, 2014
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