Published in: 2015
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Clasen, T. et al.
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This library entry contains background documents and results for a grant that Thomas Clasen is leading and which is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Aim of the project is to provide rigorous evidence on the health impacts of demand-led efforts to end open defecation in India.
Documents available for download (see below):
1 - Clasen et al. (2014): Effectiveness of a rural sanitation programme on diarrhoea, soil-transmitted helminth infection, and child malnutrition in Odisha, India: a cluster-randomised trial. The Lancet Global Health, 2 (11): e645–e653
2 - Presentation on project results to date at BMGF grantee convene in Hanoi, Vietnam (January 2015)
3 - Grantee final report to 3ie on "Effectiveness of a rural sanitation programme on diarrhoea, soil transmitted
helminth infection, and child malnutrition in Odisha, India: a cluster-randomised trial" (July 2015)
Clasen, T. et al. (2015). Assessing the effectiveness of improved sanitation on diarrhoea and helminth infection: A cluster-randomized, controlled field trial In Orissa, India - Various documents on results from research grant. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
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