WASH in health care facilities: global baseline report 2019.
(WHO) W, United Nations Children’s Fund(UNICEF). Geneva: World Health Organization and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF); 2019.
Synthesis report: Gender equality and social inclusion in the civil society WASH fund.
Fund CS. 2018.
The role of community participation for sustainable integrated neglected tropical diseases and water, sanitation and hygiene intervention programs: A pilot project in Tanzania.
Madon S, Malecela M, Mashoto K, Donohue R, Mubyazi G, Michael E. Social science & medicine. 2018; 20228-37.
Exploring the links between water, sanitation and hygiene and disability; Results from a case-control study in Guatemala.
Kuper H, Mactaggart I, White S, Dionicio C, Cañas R, Naber J, et al.. PloS one. 2018; 13(6):e0197360.
Association of community sanitation usage with soil-transmitted helminth infections among school-aged children in Amhara Region, Ethiopia.
Oswald WE, Stewart AE, Kramer MR, Endeshaw T, Zerihun M, Melak B, et al.. Parasites & vectors. 2017; 10(1):91.
Collaborating to develop joint water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and neglected tropical disease (NTD) sector monitoring: an expert consultation.
Waite RC, Woods G, Velleman Y, Freeman MC. International health. 2017; 1-11.
WASH-NTD: policy briefing
Waite RC, Woods G, Velleman Y, Freeman M. 2017;
2+6=17 Linking WASH and Nutrition – A Blueprint for Living SDG 17.
Toetzke J, Rück J, Panzerbieter T. German WASH Network; 2017.
The epidemiology of trachoma in Mozambique: Results of 96 population-based prevalence surveys.
Abdala M, Singano CC, Willis R, Macleod CK, Backers S, Flueckiger RM, et al.. Ophthalmic epidemiology. 2017; 1-10.
Intestinal helminth infections among primary school pupils in Ekwulumili community, Nnewi South Local Government Area, Anambra State.
Onyido AE, Anumba JU, Ezechukwu GC, Ugha C, Umeanaeto PU, Iwueze MO. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology. 2017; 38185–191.
Use Ris for EndNote, Mendeley, RefWorks, Zotero and most other reference management software.