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.
- Ingredients for Improving Sanitation – in the Context of Ethiopia, with Potential for Application in Developing Countries - by: F H Mughal February 18, 2018Ingredients for Improving Sanitation – in the Context of Ethiopia, with Potential for Application in Developing Countries Ethiopia has one of the lowest rates of coverage for improved water and sanitation in the world. Nearly 54 per cent of households have access to an improved source of drinking water. Among rural households 57 per cent lack access to an im […]
- Sampling feces -- technique and ethics! - by: muench February 18, 2018Dear Stuart, Very interesting! Sampling fresh feces is completely different to sampling wastewater or fecal sludge since it's so much "closer to source". You mentioned an ongoing research project at UKZN. Is it this one?: www.susana.org/en/knowledge-hub/projects/database/details/393 Standard Methods for the Analysis of Faecal Sludge 2016 - 201 […]
- Linkage of Pit latrine usage and pollution of groundwater - by: F H Mughal February 18, 2018Dear Mr. Aminu, Please have a look at the attached publication. Regards, F H Mughal
- Solar treatment of feces? - by: hajo February 17, 2018Hi Tore, by coincidence I just returned from Namibia where we ran some trials heating/drying FS from Otji-UDDTs. We put a black 90L container with cover and containing about 40 L FS into a metal lined box (approx. 1 x 1 x1 m3) covered with a glass and into the glaring Namibian sun. We measured temperatures in the box, in the container and in the FS and had t […]
- Renaming and updating the WG7 in light of Agenda2030 - by: scottchen February 17, 2018Claudia: Sustainable WASH and Gender Equality in Institutions, is better, I think. SDGs should be the first priority for all countries. best wishes Scott
- Ingredients for Improving Sanitation – in the Context of Ethiopia, with Potential for Application in Developing Countries - by: F H Mughal February 18, 2018