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Estimating the costs and health benefits of water and sanitation improvements at global level

The aim of this study was to estimate the costs and the health benefits of the following interventions: increasing access to improved water supply and sanitation facilities, increasing access to in house piped water and sewerage connection, and providing household water treatment, in ten WHO sub-regions.


Author:

Haller, L., Hutton, G., Bartram, J.

Publisher:

World Health Organization (WHO)

Year:

2007

Pages:

14

Keywords:

Cost-effectiveness analysis (CEA), Cost revenues analysis, health

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Bibliographic information:
Haller, L., Hutton, G., Bartram, J. (2007). Estimating the costs and health benefits of water and sanitation improvements at global level. World Health Organization (WHO).


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