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  1. Designing a Food Hygiene Intervention in Low-Income, Peri-Urban Context of Kisumu, Kenya: Application of the Trials of Improved Practices Methodology

    This paper by Simiyu et al. (2020) was published in the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. The paper discusses the Safe Start trial. Caregiver practices are important determinants of exposure to foodborne pathogens, and can...

  2. The implications of three major new trials for the effect of water, sanitation and hygiene on childhood diarrhea and stunting: a consensus statement

    This paper by Cumming et al. (2019) was published in BMC Medicine. It discusses three large studies that focussed on WASH and childhood stunting: WASH Benefits Bangladesh, WASH Benefits Kenya and SHINE. The three trials found no effect of basic...

  3. 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...

  4. 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...

  5. 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...

  6. Factors perceived to facilitate or hinder handwashing among primary students: a qualitative assessment of the Mikono Safi intervention schools in NW Tanzania

    This paper was published in BMJ Open by Okello et al. (2019). The study used qualitative

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  7. Infant Food Hygiene and Childcare Practices in Context: Findings from an Urban Informal Settlement in Kenya

    This study was published by Mumma et al. (2019) in the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. The paper explores the wider contextual issues facing complementary food...

  8. What Proportion Counts? Disaggregating Access to Safely Managed Sanitation in an Emerging Town in Tanzania

    This paper by Komakech et al. was published in 2019 in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. The paper discusses the inconsistency in sanitation data generated by urban authorities and proposes a simple approach...

  9. Drinking water quality and human dimensions of cholera patients to inform evidence-based prevention investment in Karonga District, Malawi 

    This paper by Kaponda et al. (2019) was published in Water Supply. Their study aimed to investigate drinking water source quality compared with water...

  10. Developing a Contextually Appropriate Integrated Hygiene Intervention to Achieve Sustained Reductions in Diarrheal Diseases

    Morse et al. (2019) published this paper in the Sustainability journal. The article discusses formative research carried out to inform the development of an integrated intervention for WASH and food hygiene that aimed to reduce childhood...