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Program-for-Results (PforR) of rural water supply and sanitation in the Red River Delta, Vietnam : a process evaluation (English)

The Vietnam Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) estimates that around 75 percent of the rural population of Vietnam has access to improved water, however access to ‘clean’ water, defined by national potable water quality standards, is estimated to be only 35 percent. ... See More +

Working Paper ACS18130 APR 29, 2016

Chase,Claire Disclosed

Multisectoral approaches to improving nutrition : water, sanitation, and hygiene (English)

Water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) was recognized in the report as a key sector for maximizing nutritional impact, but was not covered in depth as part of the self-contained guidance notes originally produced. ... See More +

Working Paper 102935 JAN 01, 2016

Chase,Claire; Ngure,Francis Muigai Disclosed

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

Validity of rapid measures of hand washing behavior : an analysis of data from multiple impact evaluations in the global scaling up hand washing project (English)

There is increasing interest in improving hand washing in low- and middle-income countries. The validity of rapid hand washing measures was evaluated by comparing them to hand washing behavior measured during five-hour structured observations. ... See More +

Working Paper 90744 AUG 01, 2014

Arnold,Benjamin Ford; Briceno,Bertha; Chase,Claire; Colford Jr.,John M.; Gertler,Paul J.; Orsola Vidal,Alexandra; Ram, Pavani K.; Sahli, Michelle W. Disclosed

Analysis of hand washing behaviors measured in baseline impact evaluation surveys : findings from Peru, Senegal, and Vietnam (English)

Hand washing with soap has been shown to reduce diarrhea and respiratory disease, the two leading causes of childhood deaths in low- and middle-income settings. ... See More +

Working Paper 90745 AUG 01, 2014

Arnold,Benjamin Ford; Briceno,Bertha; Chase,Claire; Colford Jr.,John M.; Gertler,Paul J.; Orsola Vidal,Alexandra; Ram, Pavani K. 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

Hand washing behavior change at scale : evidence from a randomized evaluation in Vietnam (English)

This brief summarizes the results of a gender impact evaluation study, entitled Hand washing behavior change at scale : evidence from a randomized evaluation in Vietnam, conducted in 2010 in Vietnam. ... See More +

Brief 81362 AUG 14, 2013

Chase, Claire; Do, Quy-Toan Disclosed

Handwashing behavior change at scale : evidence from a randomized evaluation in Vietnam (English)

Handwashing with soap, which has been shown to reduce diarrhea in young children by as much as 48 percent, is frequently mentioned as one of the most effective and inexpensive ways to save children's lives. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS6207 SEP 01, 2012

Chase, Claire; Do, Quy-Toan Disclosed

Scaling up handwashing behavior : findings from the impact evaluation baseline survey in Vietnam (English)

The goal of global scaling up handwashing is to reduce the risk of diarrhea and therefore increase household productivity by stimulating and sustaining the behavior of handwashing with soap at critical times in the lives of 5.4 million people in Peru, Senegal, Tanzania, and Vietnam, where the project has been implemented to date. ... See More +

Working Paper 58007 NOV 01, 2010

Chase,Claire; Do,Quy-Toan Disclosed