Spring Cleaning : A Randomized Evaluation of Source Water Quality Improvement

@inproceedings{Kremer2006SpringC,
  title={Spring Cleaning : A Randomized Evaluation of Source Water Quality Improvement},
  author={Michael Kremer and Jessica Leino},
  year={2006}
}
Water-related diseases, particularly diarrhea in young children, kill two million people annually. To address this problem, donors and governments often provide infrastructure such as communal standpipes, wells, and protected springs in rural areas, where piping water into homes is infeasible. We study the impact of source water quality improvements achieved via spring protection in rural Kenya using a randomized evaluation. Spring protection leads to large improvements in source water quality… CONTINUE READING

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