Publications Directory

Publications Directory

Inconsistency in Diarrhea Measurements when Assessing Intervention Impact in a Non-Blinded Cluster-Randomized Controlled Trial

Study compares whether data collected using two different survey methodologies, carried out by different data collection teams to elicit reported diarrhea, impact the interpretation of intervention effects on measured reported diarrhea among children under five.

Water, Sanitation and Health Southeast Asia Monday, June 3, 2019 Visit Website
Comparison of analytical techniques to explain variability in stored drinking water quality and microbial hand contamination of female caregivers in Tanzania

Study examines analytical approaches used to explain hand and water contamination and suggests there are benefits to using multiple analysis methods to assess relationships in complex systems.

Water, Sanitation and Health Sub-Saharan Africa Tuesday, April 30, 2019 Visit Website
Sand Barriers around Latrine Pits Reduce Fecal Bacterial Leaching into Shallow Groundwater: A Randomized Controlled Trial in Coastal Bangladesh

Sand barriers around latrine pits were found to moderately reduce the risk of fecal bacteria leaching into shallow groundwater.

Water, Sanitation and Health Southeast Asia Wednesday, February 20, 2019 Visit Website
Age-related changes to environmental exposure: variation in the frequency that young children place hands and objects in their mouths

Researchers calculated the frequency and duration of mouthing and the prevalence of mouth contacts with soil and feces among 30 rural Bangladeshi children over a three-year period.

Water, Sanitation and Health Southeast Asia Wednesday, February 6, 2019 Visit Website
Pathways to sustainability: A fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis of rural water supply programs

Study finds 3 pathways that lead to sustained functionality of rural water supplies across diverse geographies: (1) piped networks with professionalized, service-oriented management and post-construction support; (2) self-supply delivering water services on premises; and (3) community-managed water points e.g., deep boreholes with handpumps.

Sustainable Service Models Sub-Saharan Africa Thursday, December 20, 2018 Visit Website
Evaluating ion exchange for nitrogen recovery from source-separated urine in Nairobi, Kenya

Study conducts a technical validation and preliminary economic modeling to evaluate ion exchange columns, one technical option for recovering nitrogen from urine in Nairobi, Kenya.

Sustainable Service Models Sub-Saharan Africa Monday, July 23, 2018 Visit Website
Taps and Toilets for All

Microfinance for water and sanitation enables people to find their own solutions.

Expanding Access Other Sunday, April 1, 2018
Effects of operating and design parameters on ion exchange columns for nutrient recovery from urine

Study looks at ion exchange for recovering nutrients (nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium) from source-separated urine, as a source of customized fertilizer production.

Sustainable Service Models North America Tuesday, March 27, 2018 Visit Website
Can you taste it? Taste detection and acceptability thresholds for chlorine residual in drinking water in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Research finds that for some settings, reducing chlorine dosage may increase adoption of chlorinated water while still providing effective disinfection.

Water, Sanitation and Health South Asia Thursday, February 1, 2018 Visit Website
Electrochemical Stripping to Recover Nitrogen from Source-Separated Urine

Study recovers nitrogen from urine as ammonium sulfate, this approach holds promise for selective recovery of nitrogen from concentrated liquid waste streams such as source-separated urine.

Sustainable Service Models North America Friday, January 5, 2018 Visit Website
Scaling up child development centres in Bangladesh

Study describes the rationale and processes for the establishment of the national network of CDCs and discusses lessons learned on scaling up early childhood development services in a low resource setting.

WASH and Development Southeast Asia Wednesday, December 13, 2017 Visit Website
Life-Cycle Cost and Environmental Assessment of Decentralized Nitrogen Recovery Using Ion Exchange from Source-Separated Urine through Spatial Modeling

Study assesses, from a life-cycle perspective, an innovative decentralized approach to nitrogen recovery: ion exchange of source-separated urine.

Sustainable Service Models North America Tuesday, September 26, 2017 Visit Website
Animal feces contribute to domestic fecal contamination: Evidence from E. coli measured in water, hands, food, flies and soil in Bangladesh

Study provides empirical evidence of fecal transmission in the domestic environment despite on-site sanitation. Animal feces contribute to fecal contamination, and fecal indicator bacteria do not strictly indicate human fecal contamination when animals are present.

Water, Sanitation and Health South Asia Friday, July 7, 2017 Visit Website
Behaviour change intervention to improve shared toilet

In one of few efforts to promote shared toilet cleanliness, intervention compounds were significantly more likely to have cleaner toilets after six months.

Water, Sanitation and Health South Asia Thursday, June 29, 2017 Visit Website

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