Seasonal variations and shared latrine cleaning practices in the slums of Kampala city, Uganda.

@article{Kwiringira2016SeasonalVA,
  title={Seasonal variations and shared latrine cleaning practices in the slums of Kampala city, Uganda.},
  author={Japheth N. Kwiringira and Peter R. Atekyereza and Charles B. Niwagaba and Robert Kabumbuli and Charles B Rwabukwali and Robinah Nakawunde Kulabako and Isabel G{\"u}nther},
  journal={BMC public health},
  year={2016},
  volume={16},
  pages={361}
}
BACKGROUND The effect of seasons on health outcomes is a reflection on the status of public health and the state of development in a given society. Evidence shows that in Sub-Saharan Africa, most infectious diseases flourish during the wet months of the year; while human activities in a context of constrained choices in life exacerbate the effects of seasons on human health. The paper argues that, the wet season and when human activities are at their peak, sanitation is most dire poor slum… CONTINUE READING
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