Explaining low rates of sustained use of siphon water filter: evidence from follow-up of a randomised controlled trial in Bangladesh.

@article{Najnin2015ExplainingLR,
  title={Explaining low rates of sustained use of siphon water filter: evidence from follow-up of a randomised controlled trial in Bangladesh.},
  author={Nusrat Najnin and Shaila Arman and Jaynal Abedin and Leanne E. Unicomb and David I. Levine and M Irfan Mahmud and Karin Leder and Farzana Yeasmin and Jill E. Luoto and Jeff Albert and Stephen P Luby},
  journal={Tropical medicine & international health : TM & IH},
  year={2015},
  volume={20 4},
  pages={471-83}
}
OBJECTIVE To assess sustained siphon filter usage among a low-income population in Bangladesh and study relevant motivators and barriers. METHODS After a randomised control trial in Bangladesh during 2009, 191 households received a siphon water filter along with educational messages. Researchers revisited households after 3 and 6 months to assess filter… CONTINUE READING