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Exploring spatial variations and factors associated with childhood stunting in Ethiopia: spatial and multilevel analysis
TLDR
Stunting in children under five years old is not random in Ethiopia, with hotspots of higher stunting in the northern part of Ethiopia and both individual and community-level factors were significant determinants of childhood stunting. Expand
Acceptability of solar disinfection of drinking water treatment in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal
TLDR
Examination of the acceptability of solar disinfection of drinking water (SODIS) in a village in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal, using constructs from the Health Belief Model as a framework to identify local understandings of water, sanitation and health issues finds only 9% of households routinely adopted SODIS. Expand
Roadside particulate levels at 30 locations in the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal
Roadside particulate levels (PM10) at 30 locations throughout the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal are reported. There were seven sampling cycles from January to December 1999. PM10 levels ranged between 1000Expand
Drinking water quality and solar disinfection: effectiveness in peri-urban households in Nepal.
  • R. Rainey, A. Harding
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Journal of water and health
  • 1 September 2005
The study examined pH, turbidity and fecal contamination of drinking water from household water storage containers, wells and taps, and the Godawari River, and tested the effectiveness of solarExpand
CO2 and H2O: Understanding Different Stakeholder Perspectives on the Use of Carbon Credits to Finance Household Water Treatment Projects
TLDR
Based on this research, it is recommended that more effort be placed on building consensus on the underlying assumptions for obtaining carbon credits from HWT projects, as well as the approved methods for monitoring correct and consistent use of the HWT technologies in order to support public health impacts. Expand
Cost analysis of the implementation of portable handwashing and drinking water stations in rural Kenyan health facilities
TLDR
The favorable cost of this intervention per beneficiary justifies its use for rapid improvement of handwashing and drinking water access in HCFs during planning and construction of permanent infrastructure. Expand
INITIAL ENVIRONMENTAL EXAMINATION SUMMARY AND SIGNATURE PAGE PROGRAM/ACTIVITY DATA: Program/Activity Number: (TBD) Country/Region: Africa (Global Health Bureau), in President’s Malaria Initiative
The activities under this Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) will provide support at the community level for malaria prevention activities. These activities will be carried out in collaborationExpand
OTHER WATER POLLUTANTS
  • R. Rainey
  • Environmental Science
  • Water and Sanitation-Related Diseases and the…
  • 2 November 2018