Tanzania Water and Sanitation Network

Local Knowledge Repository

Title Year Type Author/Producer Type of Producer Summary
Bacterial hand contamination among Tanzanian mothers varies temporally and following household activities 2011 Journal Article Amy Pickering et al academia To characterize mechanisms of hand contamination with faecal indicator bacteria and to assess the presence of selected pathogens on mothers’ hands
Understanding Household Behavioral Risk Factors for Diarrheal Disease in Dar es Salaam: A Photovoice Community Assessment 2011 Journal Article Natalie Badowski et al academia mothers were aware and knowledgeable of the risks of certain household practices and understood safer alternatives, yet were restricted by the perceived impracticality and financial constraints to make changes
Evaluating the effectiveness of public finance for household sanitation in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 2010 Evaluation/ research report Sophie Trémolet and Diane Binder WaterAid (SHARE funded) map out the institutional framework and the financing flows of the sector and identify the different sources of sanitation financing
Complementary Water Systems in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: The Case of Water Vending 2010 Journal article Marianne Kjellen academia No access to publication
Building the role of local government authorities to achievement of the human right to water in rural Tanzania 2010 Journal article A Jiménez, A Pérez?Fogue Engineers without borders/ academia Local capacity needs in decentralised context
Efficacy of Waterless Hand Hygiene Compared with Handwashing with Soap: A Field Study in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 2010 Journal article Amy Pickering et al academia The antimicrobial efficacy of alcohol-based hand sanitizer, a waterless hand hygiene product, was evaluated and compared with handwashing with soap and water
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