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Core questions and indicators for monitoring WASH in health care facilities in the Sustainable Development Goals

Core questions and indicators for monitoring WASH in health care facilities in the Sustainable Development Goals

Publication Year:
2018
Authors:
Amy J Pickering, Yoshika Crider, Sonia Sultana, Jenna Swarthout, Frederick GB Goddard, Syed Anjerul Islam, Shreyan Sen, Raga Ayyagari, and Stephen P Luby.
Language:
English
Affiliated Orgs.:
World Health Organization (WHO), UNICEF
Resource Type:
Report
Summary:
Study conducted in urban Bangladesh that evaluates the effectiveness of in-line drinking water chlorination in reducing child diarrhea, and discusses the study design, limitations, and statistical analysis plan.
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Resource Information

Resource Type

Report

Publication Year

2018

Author

Amy J Pickering, Yoshika Crider, Sonia Sultana, Jenna Swarthout, Frederick GB Goddard, Syed Anjerul Islam, Shreyan Sen, Raga Ayyagari, and Stephen P Luby.

Language

English

Organizational Affiliation

World Health Organization (WHO), UNICEF

Relevant Country

Bangladesh

Specific Contaminants

Bacteria, E. Coli

Business Connect Takeaways

The core questions provided in the document can be used to monitor the status of water, sanitation, and hygiene in healthcare facilities.
Monitoring water, sanitation, and hygiene in healthcare facilities is important for ensuring the safety and well-being of patients and healthcare workers.
The core questions can be adapted to local contexts and used to inform policy and decision-making related to water, sanitation, and hygiene in healthcare facilities.

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