Our group works on health projects all over the world in partnership with government stakeholders and non-government organizations.

Andilaye

The Andilaye project seeks to develop and assess the effectiveness of an enhanced, demand-side sanitation and hygiene intervention on sustaining behaviors for the control of enteric and neglected tropical diseases endemic to Amhara, Ethiopia.

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SWASH+

The goal for the SWASH+ project is to support the Government of Kenya to provide sustainable and scalable WASH in schools, through partnership, data, evidence, and technical support.

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Vaccine Exemplars

As part of the series of exemplar projects funded by The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, we are examining why and how countries have succeed in achieving high and improved vaccine coverage rates.

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PAASIM Study

Testing if and how improvements in water supply in urban areas of Mozambique reduce or delay enteric pathogen infection, alter gut microbiome composition, and affect enteric dysfunction and  other health outcomes in infants.

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Animal Feces Exposure

We are working to explore the potential human health risks of exposure to animal feces in low-income settings.

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THRIVE/ASRP

Emory University and the Freeman Research Group entered a partnership with Catholic Relief Services to support their efforts to reduce stunting.

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WASH HELPS

Emory University is collaborating with UNICEF to research the impacts of the WinS program on pupil educational and health outcomes.

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