SDG6 (Water and Sanitation)

– Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all –

Knowledge and Perception of Pupils on Health and Environmental Risk of Open Defecation: A Ghanaian case Study

  By Dzidzo Yirenya-Tawiah, Institute for Environment and Sanitation Studies (IESS), University of Ghana, Legon, dzidzoy@staff.ug.edu.gh                         Adjibolosoo Savoiur .V.K, Presbyterian Women’s College of Education (PWCE) Aburi, Ghana, adjisav@yahoo.com  
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What are the pros and cons of having social enterprises diffuse pro-poor innovations in an innovation system? Insights from sanitation drives in India

By Shyama V. Ramani, UNU-MERIT, Boschstraat 24, 6211 AX Maastricht, Netherlands. ramani@merit.unu.edu For Citation: SITE4Society Brief No.15-2018 Related to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and National Programmes : #SDG6 (water and sanitation) and Swacch Bharat Abhiyan (SBM o
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Policy myth: Build toilets and watch open defecation vanish! Evidence from selected villages in West Bengal, India

By Dr. Arijita Dutta, Department of Economics, University of Calcutta, dutta.arijita@gmail.com Gitanjali Hajra, PhD research scholar, Department of Economics, University of Calcutta, gitu.hajra@gmail.com For Citation: SITE4society Brief No. 7-2018 Related to: #SDG3 (Good Health and We
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On diarrhoea in adolescents and school toilets: Insights from an Indian village school study

By Shyama V. Ramani, UNU-MERIT, ramani@merit.unu.edu For Citation: SITE4Society Brief No. 1-2018 Related to SDG Goals and Indian National Programmes: #SDG3 (Good Health and Well Being)  #SDG4 (Quality Education) #SDG5 (Gender Equality) #SDG6 (Water and Sanitation) #SBM (Swachh Bharat
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