For Global Handwashing Day 2012, this Weekly issue contains a literature review of 2012 handwashing studies that was compiled by the Global Public-Private Partnership on Handwashing. The review summarizes studies on the health impacts of handwashing, handwashing behavior, hand contamination and provides recommendations for implementers of handwashing programs.
- Re: Debate about effectiveness of CLTS, prompted by UNICEF official after book launch about CLTS in Madagascar - by: DavidAlan October 20, 2014Preetha, I have not seen a response relating to the book launch and the subsequent letter that was sent. Could you give some details and an update please. Thanks.
- Re: NaWaTech Compendium of Technologies avaliable on SuSanA library - by: lucia October 20, 2014Dear Elisabeth, thanks for your note. Indeed the file is quite large, as the book includes many fotos, drawings and full graphic design. We are working on a revision, so we´ll try and have a lower resolution version in the comming months, which we will of course share with you. The NaWaTech Compendium covers specifically the case of India, and includes speci […]
- Call for Expressions of Interest: Consultancy for Consumer Research on Behaviour Change and Demand Creation for Sanitation Services - by: RajeevSNVBD October 20, 2014SNV together with programme partners Khulna City Corporation, Jhenaidah Paurosava, Kushtia Paurasava, Khulna University, WaterAid Bangladesh, Khulna Water and Sewerage Authority and Khulna University of Engineering and Technology are implementing the project Demonstration of Pro-poor Market-based Solutions for Faecal Sludge Management in Urban Centers of Sou […]
- WASH Positions in Sierra Leone - GOAL - by: goalglobalwash October 20, 2014Dear all, Please note that GOAL is currently hiring for two WASH positions in Sierra Leone in response to the Ebola outbreak. One position can be found here on the GOAL website www.candidatemanager.net/cm/Micro/JobDet...FBCXWD&site=Goal The other position is not posted yet, but focuses more on improving WASH infrastructure in existing health centres. Fee […]
- Re: Developing urine diversion systems in a developed world context - by: matsodoum01 October 20, 2014Hi Carol, Thanks for the document Here in my Laboratory in Cameroon, we have already worked on struvite production. The best information here is about struvite reactor which can be built with locally available materials and it low cost. Thanks Carol McCreary wrote: Emmanuel, There are many ways to treat and reuse urine. Rich Earth Ostara's production of […]
- Re: Debate about effectiveness of CLTS, prompted by UNICEF official after book launch about CLTS in Madagascar - by: DavidAlan October 20, 2014
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