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Household- and Community-level Sanitation’s Influences of Fecal Contamination and Pathogens in Two Low-Income Urban Settings

D Berendes, D Beno, J Clennon, BC Ghale, A Gunasekaran, G Kang, A Kartikeyan, A Kirby, JS K, VR Mohan, S Raj, S Roy, H Yakubu, and C Moe

UNC Water and Health 2015 (October 2015)

David Berendes presented this poster at the 2015 UNC Water and Health Conference. The goal of the study was to quantify the contributions of the household- and neighborhood-level context to fecal contamination within urban households in two low-income neighborhoods in Vellore, India. The study examined the association between toilet locations and magnitude of fecal contamination of household surfaces and hands in the context of local sanitation coverage.

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