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: Sanitation Matters - Issue 6 - by: osbert September 1, 2014Dear Dr. Sudhir Interesting Magazine. The idea of entrenchment looks the cheapest in the short run for towns which still have some agricultural lands in neighborhood. But i doubt whether it can be accepted by some authorities. would be much interested in the effect of the buried sludge in a given area in terms of pollution,the magnitude of the problem especi […]
- Re: Sanitation Matters - Issue 6 - by: JKMakowka September 1, 2014I was actually surprised to see that many articles are in fact from Uganda/East Africa. Definitely an interesting read which I will share with others here in Uganda.
- Re: Results based financing - by: JKMakowka September 1, 2014Yes a very broad field, and very different depending on the scale you look at it, i.e. are you doing RBF with national governments, international NGOs, local NGOs or even local community initiatives? Another point often overlooked are the very different credit access conditions, with a government or other large organisation being able to pre-finance very che […]
- Re: Results based financing - by: jonpar September 1, 2014Dear Christoph, I'd be interested to read about people's opinions/experience of results based financing as applied to sanitation. I've been involved on the preparation of the proposal to BMBF for Freetown (the different cities are listed in Roshan's posting on the link in your message). I too think that there is a lot of potential and can […]
- Re: Sanitation Matters - Issue 6 - by: SudhirPillay September 1, 2014Dear Mr Mughal Thanks for the input and advice. We call it a magazine because it is made as a popular article for both professionals and non-professionals. And it is more to be informative. And if people want more especially on technical aspects, they can read the research reports or contact the researchers. Hope that helps. Kind Regards
- Re: Sanitation Matters - Issue 6 - by: osbert September 1, 2014
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