SaniPath | Assessing public health risks from unsafe fecal sludge management in poor urban neighborhoods: What does SaniPath tell us about exposure to fecal contamination in 12 neighborhoods in 3 cities?
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Assessing public health risks from unsafe fecal sludge management in poor urban neighborhoods: What does SaniPath tell us about exposure to fecal contamination in 12 neighborhoods in 3 cities?

CL Moe
22nd Annual SuSanA Meeting (August 2016)

This presentation, given by Dr. Christine Moe, compared the latest results of the SaniPath Study from three different study sites: Accra, Ghana; Vellore, India; and Maputo, Mozambique and discussed the reliability of the SaniPath Tool data. The presentation was given at the 22nd Annual SuSanA meeting in Stockholm. SuSanA is “an open international alliance” bringing together individuals who are interested in sustainable sanitation, and who are “dedicated to understanding viable and sustainable sanitation solutions.”

You can watch Dr. Moe’s presentation below:

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