There were 146 papers accepted for the July 2017 WEDC conference and the link to these is: http://wedc.lu/wedc40-papers.
Papers accepted for WEDC conferences go through a rigorous review process and are useful for learning about recent WASH innovations and lessons learned.
Below are links to selected papers on Behavior Change, Financing, Emergency WASH, Menstrual Hygiene Management, Sanitation, WASH & Nutrition and Sustainability.
- Community health volunteers’ capacity for hygiene behaviour change: evidence from urban Kenya * (2017) Aseyo, Rose Evalyne
- Hygiene promotion: Have we got the right answers to the knowledge behaviour gap? Lessons learned from various hygiene interventions led by an international aid organization. * (2017) Flachenberg, Franck
- Selling soap and latrines in Madagascar and Djibouti: results of marketing surveys * (2017) Heath, Tom
- WASH 5 Star approach: addressing hygiene behaviour in schools of rural Bangladesh * (2017) Mukherjee, S
- Making universal access to water affordable in Zambia and Zimbabwe * (2017) Harvey, Peter
- Financial flow diagrams to promote policy-making, based on 20 community management case studies from India * (2017) Franceys, Richard
- WASH financing: the missing link: initial lessons from Sinapi Aba’s pilot in Ghana * (2017) Owusu-Dabo, Joyce
- Community engagement: a paradigm shift to WASH programming in emergencies * (2017) Niederberger, Eva
- Institutionalising WASH capacity development in South Sudan: moving from emergency response to development * (2017) Keega, Martha
MENSTRUAL HYGIENE MANAGEMENT
- Lessons learnt on the implementation of menstrual hygiene management in Karamoja, Uganda * (2017) Hekel, Daniel C.
- Menstrual hygiene management in Ghana: understanding the socio-cultural, economic, political factors, challenges and opportunities * (2017) Asimah-Agodoa, Seyram Ama
- Menstrual hygiene management to improve attendance of primary school-aged girls in Central North, Burkina Faso * (2017) KABORE/ILBOUDO, Isseta
- Moving forward: findings from menstrual hygiene management formative research in Bangladesh * (2017) Coultas, Mimi
- Sustainable approaches to scaling MHM * (2017) Kiiza, Samuel Andrew
- Urban sanitation: where to next? * (2017) Scott, Pippa
- A less expensive toilet: the impact of targeted subsidies on latrine purchases in Cambodia * (2017) Nicoletti, Chris
- Market driven approach for faecal sludge treatment products * (2017) Strande, Linda
- Barriers to shared sanitation cleaning and maintenance in Kampala Slums, Uganda * (2017) Kwiringira Nkiriyehe, Japheth
- Community-led integrated model for sustainable and inclusive faecal management and WASH services * (2017) Sahu, Guruprasad
- Designing pit emptying technologies: combining lessons from the field with systems thinking * (2017) Buckley, C.A.
- Diagnostic and decision-support tools for effective faecal sludge management (FSM) services * (2017) Scott, Rebecca
- Impact of community-led total sanitation on women’s health in urban slums of Kalyani Municipality * (2017) Prabhakaran Bisht, Preetha
- Learning from Oxfam’s Tiger Worm Toilets projects * (2017) Furlong, Claire
- Lessons from cholera response in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal * (2017) Ahmad, Tameez
- Lessons from scaling up urban sanitation development in Indonesia and Mozambique * (2017) Blackett, Isabel C.
- Integrating WASH and nutrition in market-based interventions: principles and results from the field * (2017) Lestikow, Greg
- Integrating WASH and nutrition to reduce stunting in Cambodia: from discourse to practice * (2017) Halcrow, Gabrielle
- WASH nutrition: a comprehensive guide to designing and implementing multisectoral programs to improve nutrition * (2017) Dodos, Jovana
- Global study on sustainable service delivery models for rural water: Evidence from 16 countries * (2017) Lockwood, Harold