Determinants of quality of shared sanitation facilities in informal settlements: case study of Kisumu, Kenya

This paper, published in BMC Public Health, evaluates the quality of shared facilities  in informal settlements using a multiple case study design, including qualitative and quantitative methods. The results found that shared facilities, most of which were dirty, were shared by an average of eight households, and their quality decreased with an increase in the number of households sharing.

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