Tanzania Water and Sanitation Network

Local Knowledge Repository

Title Year Type Author/Producer Type of Producer Summary
Characteristics of Latrines in Central Tanzania and Their Relation to Fly Catches 2013 Journal article Seth Irish, Kristen Aiemjoy, Belen Torondel, Faraji Abdelahi, Jeroen H. J. Ensink academia/ organization In order to understand the role of the latrine in determining this productivity, a pilot study was conducted, in which fifty latrines were observed
Hands and Water as Vectors of Diarrheal Pathogens in Bagamoyo, Tanzania 2013 Journal article Mia Catharine Mattioli et al academia Using molecular methods, this study examines the relative importance of different exposure routes by measuring enteric bacteria and viruses
Pre- and post-intervention perceptions and water contact behaviour related to schistosomiasis in north-western Tanzania 2013 Journal Article Joseph R. Mwanga et al academia A study on schistosomiasis-related perceptions and water contact behaviour before and 2 years after implementation of a participatory hygiene and sanitation transformation (PHAST) intervention.
Unblocking results: Case study rural water supply in Tanzania 2013 Research report Helen Tilley policy institute (ODI) Research on how aid can ameliorate governance issues
Study to Review Current Human Resource Capacity and Costs of Scaling up Sanitation and Hygiene in Tanzania August 2012 2012 Research report study team from Grontmij A/S of Denmark and Ardhi University of Tanzania commissioned by Environmental Health and Sanitation Ministry of Health and Social Welfare Environmentl Health and Sanitation Ministry of Health and Social Welfare The study provides assessments in Human Resource Capacity (needed to deliver a national programme), and Financing (costs of scaling up sanitation promotion and related software costs during and beyond the lifespan of the National Campaign
Outcome and Impact Monitoring for Scaling Up Mtumba Sanitation and Hygiene Participatory Approach in Tanzania 2012 Research report Hamisi M. Malebo,Emmanuel A. Makundi Government orgs (e.g. 1 National Institute for Medical Research), SHARE funded aimed to measure the outcome of MTUMBA approach in terms of behavior change and sanitation demand creation and establish social factor for choice of sanitation and hygiene technologies.
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