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  1. Zimbabwe: The Clean and Revolutionary VIP Latrine

    The odourless and hygienic Ventilated Improved Pit Latrine has improved the lives of tens of millions of Africans. In this podcast, Dr Peter Morga, a pioneer in the WASH ...

  2. Factors Influencing Latrine Hygiene in Tanzania

    This RIU Summary outlines a study LSHTM will be undertaking to identify the key environmental, design and usage factors that make a latrine unhygienic. The aim being to develop a hygiene scale that can better inform the classification of improved...

  3. Faecal Contamination of Commuters' Hands

    This RIU Summary provides an overview of a study seeking to provide information about the levels of faecal contamination of commuters’ hands in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Through so doing, it hopes to forming the basis for an awareness raising and...

  4. Annual Report 2010-2011

    SHARE came into being in January 2010. Its Inception Period, nominally six months, was extended by agreement with DFID and the Inception Report was finally agreed at the end of the first year. This, the first Annual Report of the consortium,...

  5. Assessing the Effectiveness of Improved Rural Sanitation on Diarrhoea and Intestinal Nematodes Infections

    This RIU Summary outlines a cluster-randomised, controlled trial to be undertaken by LSHTM and WaterAid to assess the impact of the construction and use of latrines in rural settings on diarrhoeal disease, intestinal nematodes infections and...

  6. Weaning Food Hygiene in Bangladesh

    This RIU summary outlines the national and global relevance of this research project investigating whether hygiene promotion is effective in reducing weaning food contamination in Bangladesh and SHARE's plans for research uptake.

  7. Hygiene Promotion Resource- Choose Soap

    The RIU Summary provides an overview of the objectives and intended RIU impact of the SHARE-commissioned Choose Soap toolkit. The toolkit will be produced to provide a blueprint of activities that can be used by practitioners in India to...

  8. Toilets for All: Why and How Facilities Must be Improved for Disabled People Worldwide

    Around 10% per cent of the world’s population is disabled, yet few researchers and interventions address improving access to toilets for this marginalised group. SHARE, WaterAid and the Leonard Cheshire Disability...

  9. Exploring the Potential for Microfinance in Sanitation

    This RIU Summary outlines research to be undertaken by LSHTM to investigate how microfinance can be used effectively to increase financing for sanitation facilities and services. The report that will be produced is intended to inform a research...

  10. Urban Sanitation: Assessing the Problems and Suggesting Solutions

    In this podcast, hear from Dr Martin Mulenga, a senior researcher at SHARE-partner IIED, discuss the problems and successful sanitation projects he has seen in informal settlements across the globe. He also talks about his involvement in SHARE...