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India : how many toilets does it take to improve health? (English)

Access to proper sanitation helps keep children healthy, but millions of people in the developing world still practice open defecation, putting children at risk. ... See More +

Brief 96568 MAR 01, 2015

Andres,Luis Alberto; Briceno,Bertha; Chase,Claire; Echenique Henning,Juan Agustin Disclosed

Sanitation and externalities : evidence from early childhood health in rural India (English)

This paper estimates two sources of benefits related to sanitation infrastructure access on early childhood health: a direct benefit a household receives when moving from open to fixed-point defecation or from unimproved sanitation to improved sanitation, and an external benefit (externality) produced by the neighborhood's access to sanitation infrastructure. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS6737 JAN 01, 2014

Andres, Luis A.; Briceno, Bertha; Chase, Claire; Echenique, Juan A. Disclosed