This document sets out a framework for the enhancement of sanitation services in low-income countries. It is intended primarily to guide WaterAid country programmes as they determine their own context-specific sanitation strategies, but it is hoped that it will also be of value to other organisations which are involved in improving sanitation. The scope of the document spans both rural and urban contexts, but it does not specifically address the important topic of hygiene improvement. This will be the subject of a future WaterAid framework document. A further framework for WaterAid’s urban work is in the final stage of publication. This Sanitation framework is fully consistent with, and builds on, WaterAid’s Sanitation Guidelines (April 2008) which were initially developed at a conference in Livingstone, Zambia, in May 2006. [authors abstract]
- 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: Some changes to the forum categories - by: F H Mughal November 27, 2014Dear Elisabeth, Just a quick response.... Where would the following fit in? Human right to sanitation Policy Innovation in sanitation Political commitments (like political willingness) Monitoring and evaluation Instead of mindsets and attitudes, can we rephrase it as attitudes and behaviour change? Mindset seems a narrow term. These headings should be broad […]
- Re: Some changes to the forum categories - by: KimAndersson November 27, 2014Dear Elisabeth and all, I very much like the set of new categories and think that they are relevant and appropriate. Great work!! Still I have some questions regarding the ‘mind sets and attitudes’ category. First of all, it seems that when you enter the category, it says ‘Mind sets and attitudes, CLTS’, which indicate that CLTS is the major topic under this […]
- New guide: Non-conventional sewerage services. When to choose this option, how to implement this solution. - by: clj November 27, 2014The guide (called pS-Eau guide n°7. Non-conventional sewerage services. When to choose this option, how to implement this solution., J.M. Ily, C. Le Jallé, J. Gabert, D. Désille, pS-Eau, 2014) and the other outputs of the study on “non-conventional sewerage services” are available via this link in English and French: www.pseau.org/en/non-conventional-sewerag […]
- Re: Software to identify and quantify pathogenic helminth eggs (University Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Mexico) - by: muench November 27, 2014
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