Mathew C. Freeman

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do not measure health outcomes in this demand study, but combining our results on reductions in ODwith studies that measure the relationship between OD and health outcomes (14, 39–41) suggests that sanitation marketing interventions could plausibly produce improvements in health. Finally, the scale of this study, covering over 18,000 households and 100%(More)
Soil-transmitted helminths, a class of parasitic intestinal worms, are pervasive in many low-income settings. Infection among children can lead to poor nutritional outcomes, anaemia, and reduced cognition. Mass treatment, typically administered through schools, with yearly or biannual drugs is inexpensive and can reduce worm burden, but reinfection can(More)
In 2012, the Kenyan Ministries of Health and of Education began a programme to deworm all school-age children living in areas at high risk of soil-transmitted helminths (STH) and schistosome infections. The impact of this school-based mass drug administration (MDA) programme in Kenya is monitored by the Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) as part of a(More)
Background: In 2012, the Kenyan Ministries of Health and of Education began a programme to deworm all schoolage children living in areas at high risk of soil-transmitted helminths (STH) and schistosome infections. The impact of this school-based mass drug administration (MDA) programme in Kenya is monitored by the Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) as(More)
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