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Not Washing Hands Highest Risk Factor for Diarrhoeal Disease

Oloruntoba EO, Folarin TB, Ayede AI. Hygiene and sanitation risk factors of diarrhoeal disease among under-five children in Ibadan, Nigeria. African Health Sciences 2014 Dec;14(4):1001-1011. 260 more words

Water Supply

Councilman Cabrera Brings the Doe Fund to District 14

Council Member Cabrera held a press conference to highlight the important work being done by a New-York based non-profit organization called the Doe Fund. Participants in the Doe Fund’s “Ready, Willing & Able” Initiative were on hand as well as Doe Fund staff. 11 more words

Community Resources

Implementing Quality Adjustments within a Small Commercial Winery

By: Denise M. Gardner

One question that is often posed to me by winery owners is how to improve quality without investing tens of thousands of dollars in one swooping payment. 1,293 more words


WASH-Friendly Schools Guide

WASHplus’ SPLASH project in Zambia recently published a WASH-Friendly training guide geared toward educators, government officials, and communities that are interested in incorporating improved sanitation access, clean drinking water, and hand washing stations and materials to its students and teachers along with a complementary WASH curriculum and MHM. 22 more words


Litigation as a Method of Advancing Sanitation?

This study raises a number of important issues. The underlying philosophy of this particular publication promotes one particular point of view.

de Barcellos AP. Sanitation Rights, Public Law Litigation, and Inequality: A Case Study from Brazil. 202 more words


Fecal Contamination of Food, Water, Hands, Utensils; Peru

Gil AI, Lanata CF, Hartinger SM, Mäusezahl D, Padilla B, Ochoa TJ, Lozada M, Pineda I, Verastegui H. Fecal contamination of food, water, hands, and kitchen utensils at the household level in rural areas of Peru. 165 more words

Waterborne Disease