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Importance of keeping latrines clean : attitudes and use of school latrines among rural primary school pupils

A research team in collaboration with Emory University, Great Lakes University of Kisumu, and University of Florida collected baseline data from students in rural Kenya at schools involved in the SWASH+ led by CARE. In 2006, baseline student survey data was collected from nearly 4,000 students. Additional qualitative data was collected in 2009 via 12 focus group discussions with boy and girl students and two in-depth interviews with teachers. One-page summary on importance of latrine quality. [authors abstract]

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TitleImportance of keeping latrines clean : attitudes and use of school latrines among rural primary school pupils
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsCARE -New York, NY, US
Pagination1 p.
Date Published2012-01-01
PublisherCARE
Place PublishedNairobi, Kenya
Keywordshand washing, hygiene, kenya, monitoring, rural areas, schools
Abstract

A research team in collaboration with Emory University, Great Lakes University of Kisumu, and University of Florida collected baseline data from students in rural Kenya at schools involved in the SWASH+ led by CARE. In 2006, baseline student survey data was collected from nearly 4,000 students. Additional qualitative data was collected in 2009 via 12 focus group discussions with boy and girl students and two in-depth interviews with teachers. One-page summary on importance of latrine quality. [authors abstract]

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