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  1. Conference reflections from SHARE Research Fellows: Jenala Chipungu

    Our SHARE Research Fellows had a busy year in 2019 attending conferences. Two key conferences were ...

  2. Outcome mapping and research into use: analysing monitoring data for effective strategies

    This article by Balls and Nurova (2020) was published in Development in Practice. The paper analyses outcome mapping data to uncover effective strategies for engaging practitioners and policymakers with research projects. The project focuses on...

  3. Conference reflections from SHARE Research Fellows: Sheillah Simiyu

    Our SHARE Research Fellows had a busy year in 2019 attending conferences. Two key conferences were ...

  4. Conference reflections from SHARE Research Fellows: Kondwani Chidziwisano

    Our SHARE Research Fellows had a busy year in 2019 attending conferences. Two key conferences were UNC Water and Health and the American Society of Tropical Medicine...

  5. The Safe Start trial to assess the effect of an infant hygiene intervention on enteric infections and diarrhoea in low-income informal neighbourhoods of Kisumu, Kenya: a study protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trial

    This paper by Mumma et al. (2019) was published in BMC Infectious Diseases. The paper describes the Safe Start trial which aimed to assess the effectiveness of a novel infant food hygiene intervention on infant enteric infections and diarrhoea in...

  6. What does evidence on nutrition and water, sanitation and hygiene mean for programming and policy?

    This blog was written by Megan Wilson-Jones and Kyla Smith. Megan Wilson-Jones is Senior Policy Analyst for Health and Hygiene at WaterAid UK. Kyla Smith is Research Manager at WaterAid UK. This blog was written in...

  7. Hygienic Family community dissemination brief

    This leaflet was shared with research participants at a community event to disseminate the findings of the Hygienic Family project. ...

  8. Dispelling belief in witchcraft: The unexpected consequences of disseminating research findings in Malawi

    In this blog our SHARE partners at WASHTED in Malawi (Rossanie Daudi, Tracy Morse and Kondwani Chidziwisano) reflect on their experiences of disseminating their research findings locally. 

    As Malawi based SHARE partners – the...

  9. Frequency and determinants of health care utilization for symptomatic reproductive tract infections in rural Indian women: A cross- sectional study

    This paper published in PLOS One by Kinkor et al. (2019) explores healthcare practices of rural Indian women in Odisha with symptomatic reproductive tract infections (RTIs). Health care seeking behaviour for RTIs among rural Indian women is often...

  10. WHO UNICEF Position paper on recent WASH and nutrition trials

    This position paper published by WHO and UNICEF discusses the recent WASH and nutrition studies - WASH Benefits and SHINE. These studies are an important contribution to the exisitng evidence base around WASH and nutrition and they have provoked...