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This toolkit provides step-by-step guidance to NTD programme managers and partners on how to engage and work collaboratively with the WASH community to improve delivery of water, sanitation and hygiene services to underserved population affected by many neglected tropical diseases.
Matthew Freeman, PhD, MPH, and colleagues from the World Health Organization share their thoughts on how interventions and associated monitoring schemes can help address gaps in hygiene behaviors.
Karen Levy, PhD, MPH, and Matthew Freeman, PhD, MPH, have received a 3-year, $600,000 grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for a project entitled Chicken Exposures and Enteric Pathogens in Children Exposed through Environmental Pathways (ChEEP ChEEP).
Maryann passed her PhD viva from London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine today with no changes or corrections! Maryann was a Research Manager with our group for many years. She is now a post-doc with the University of Pennsylvania Social Norms Group.
Global, regional and country estimates for handwashing with soap after potential faecal contact.
Development and application of novel caregiver hygiene behavior measures relating to food preparation, handwashing, and play environments in rural Kenya
The STH Advisory Committee present the recommendations arising from their 2016 meeting and highlight challenges and potential solutions on the road toward the 2020 goal of soil-transmitted helminthiasis control and elimination
Deworming in pre-school age children: A global empirical analysis of health outcomes
Detection of Immunoglobulin G Antibodies to Taenia solium Cysticercosis Antigen Glutathione-S-Transferase–rT24H in Malian Children Using Multiplex Bead Assay
The impact of school water, sanitation, and hygiene improvements on infectious disease using serum antibody detection
Design, Intervention Fidelity, and Behavioral Outcomes of a School-Based Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Cluster-Randomized Trial in Laos