Cash-based interventions are increasingly used in humanitarian response, including in the water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) sect
Water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) interventions provide dignity and prevent disease transmission.
Locally-manufactured ceramic water filters (CWFs) remove Escherichia coli via physical screening, physicochemical mechanism
With humanitarian emergencies occurring at increasing rates and affecting a growing number of people, evidence-based strategies and
Monitoring water, sanitation, and hygiene programs in cholera outbreaks is critical to improve humanitarian response.
Water trucking is a commonly implemented, but severely under-researched, drinking water supply intervention in humanitarian response
Despite documented health benefits of household water treatment and storage (HWTS), achieving sustained use remains challenging.
Household spraying is a commonly implemented, yet an under-researched, cholera response intervention where a response team sprays su
Supplying safe drinking water in humanitarian emergencies is critical, and source water chlorination is a commonly implemented inter
Chlorine tablets are often a good choice for water treatment in emergencies because they are widely available, cost-effective, easil