Tricia’s snippets 2017-01-25

From Sanitation Updates:

Unsafe Child Feces Disposal is Associated with Environmental Enteropathy and Impaired Growth

Posted: 24 Jan 2017 11:53 AM PST

E-Waste In Asia Jumps 63 Percent In Five Years

Understanding Open Defecation in Rural India: Untouchability, Pollution, and Latrine Pits

Toilets with plastic bottles? IIT-Madras students show the way

Posted: 23 Jan 2017

Exploring “The Remote” and “The Rural”: Open Defecation and Latrine Use in Uttarakhand, India

WWi – Top 25 leaders in the water sector

Posted: 20 Jan 2017

Journal of Water Sanitation and Hygiene for Development, Early Proofs, January 2017

Posted: 19 Jan 2017 08:42 AM PST

UNESCO funds Dunedin shadow puppet film in Indonesia about hygiene

USAID’s Global Waters – January 2017

Posted: 18 Jan 2017

USAID’s Safeguarding the World’s Water Report, 2017

Posted: 12 Jan 2017 11:20 AM PST

SuSanA is turning 10 – Celebrate with us on 17 January 2017

2016 WASH articles in Env. Health Perspec. & Trop. Med and Intl Health

23rd SuSanA Meeting in Chennai on 18 February 2017

Open access WASH articles published in 2016

Posted: 11 Jan 2017

Investigation of Rice as an Absorbent and Degradable Material for Personal Hygiene Applications

Changing Hearts & Minds to Leave No ONE Behind: Sanitation Action Summit 2016: Reflections

Rural Water Supply Network Forum

2016 UNC Water & Health Conference presentations

Posted: 10 Jan 2017

Tiger worms: the ingenious solution to sanitation in refugee camps

USAID – Infographic: Tackling Water Scarcity and Sanitation Challenges Across the Middle East

Keeping Track: CLTS Monitoring, Certification and Verification

Progress on CLTSH – Findings from a national review of rural sanitation in Ethiopia – UNICEF

Slum health is not urban health: why we must distinguish between the two

Why has Zimbabwe banned street food?

Posted: 09 Jan 2017

Appraising the Sanitation and Hygiene Situation in Urban India and its Determinants

Estimating the Cost and Payment for Sanitation in the Informal Settlements of Kisumu, Kenya: A Cross Sectional Study

How a Bunch of College Kids Made Two Delhi Slums Become Almost Completely Open Defecation Free

Posted: 06 Jan 2017

Comparing Sanitation Delivery Modalities in Urban Informal Settlement Schools: A Randomized Trial in Nairobi, Kenya

Ending open defecation: The drive must go beyond mascots, jingles – even toilets

Posted: 04 Jan 2017

Is Exposure to Animal Feces Harmful to Child Nutrition and Health Outcomes? A Multicountry Observational Analysis

Posted: 03 Jan 2017 10:32 AM PST


From selected journal email alerts:

Journal of water resources planning and management

ISSN 0733-9496

VOL 142; NUMB 7 (2016)


ISSN 1438-4639

VOL 219; NUMB 8 (2016)

From email alerts (sanitation in title):