Water- and soil-transmitted helminthiasis in relation to socio-demographic status and risk factors of internally displaced persons i
WASH interventions have not always been successful, despite the significant efforts to improve coordination and delivery of quality
Monitoring water, sanitation, and hygiene programs in cholera outbreaks is critical to improve humanitarian response.
Internally displaced persons (IDPs) are often predisposed to infectious diseases because of the temporary nature of their abode whic
In recent outbreak settings, the use of rapid response teams (RRTs) to support the WASH sector has increa
Humanitarian agencies strive to provide sanitation facilities which are safe, accessible and afford users privacy and dignity.
Poor lighting at water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) facilities may reduce the usage of latrines and other services such as bathing
This paper describes the potential of ecological sanitation (ecosan), and in particular of urine-diversion dehydrating (UDD) toilets
After emergency situations, aid agencies tend to implement sanitation systems that exhibit good principles for managing human excret