Published in: 2015
Dey, D. et al.
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This library entry contains background documents and results for a grant that Digbijoy Dey is leading and which is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Purpose of the project is to develop sustainable sanitation delivery models to improve the living conditions of people living in rural areas of Bangladesh.
Documents available for download below:
1 - Dey, D. (2015): Presentation on reuse of faecal sludge as organic fertiliser. FSM3 Conference, Hanoi: Reuse of faecal sludge as organic fertiliser in context of Bangladesh : BRAC WASH Initiative: Digbijoy Dey, BRAC WASH Programme, Dhaka, Bangladesh
2 - Poster about this project at FSM3 Conference in Hanoi (January 2015)
3 - BRAC WASH: learning from WASH experiences in Bangladesh. Dhaka, Bangladesh, 26 - 27 April, 2015
4 - Biswas, A. T., McIntyre, P. (2015): Hygiene promotion - the backbone of BRAC WASH. Embedding long-term change in communities. The Hague: IRC and Dhaka: BRAC.
5 - Snehalatha, M., Fonseca, C., Rahman, M., Uddin, R., Ahmed, M., Sharif, A. J. (2015): School WASH programmes in Bangladesh: how much does it cost? Applying the life-cycle costs approach in selected upazilas. The Hague: IRC and Dhaka: BRAC.
6 - BRAC, IRC (2015): Rapid assessment of sanitation demand and supply in rural Bangladesh: Recommendations for strengthening the supply chain for rural sanitation. The Hague: IRC and Dhaka: BRAC.
Dey, D. et al. (2015). Innovations in sustainable sanitation in Bangladesh - Various documents on results from research grant. BRAC USA
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