Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Index: Development and Application to Measure WASH Service Levels in European Humanitarian Camps

@article{Tsesmelis2020WaterSA,
  title={Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Index: Development and Application to Measure WASH Service Levels in European Humanitarian Camps},
  author={Demetrios E. Tsesmelis and Nikolaos A. Skondras and Syed Yasir Ahmad Khan and Elpida Kolokytha and Christos A. Karavitis},
  journal={Water Resources Management},
  year={2020},
  volume={34},
  pages={2449-2470}
}
The Humanitarian Agents (HAs), are among the first entities dealing with the impacts of natural and man-made disasters. This is more than essential in areas, where the National governments and associated economies are either overwhelmed to respond or unprepared to act. Under such pressing conditions, the agents, as any other similar entity, depend on a variety of monitoring and assessment tools in order to reach the most suitable decisions per case. These tools are mostly employed for the scope… 

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