UNICEF WASH Field Note November 2012 Post-implementation Effectiveness of Selected Household Water Treatment Technologies used in Rural Kenya Highlights

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  title={UNICEF WASH Field Note November 2012 Post-implementation Effectiveness of Selected Household Water Treatment Technologies used in Rural Kenya Highlights},
  author={},
  year={2013}
}
  • Published 2013
Highlights The four household water treatment technologies (HWT) assessed (Aquatab, Ceramic filter, PUR, Waterguard), improved drinking water microbial quality, even though external support had been withdrawn one to two years prior to the study. However, inadequate knowledge and poor user behaviour reduced the effectiveness of the HWT technologies to below the expected baseline log reduction values. In spite of their proven efficacy in laboratory and short–term field studies, user education on… CONTINUE READING

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