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,                         Adjibolosoo Savoiur .V.K, Presbyterian Women’s College of Education (PWCE) Aburi, Ghana,  
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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. 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, Gitanjali Hajra, PhD research scholar, Department of Economics, University of Calcutta, 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, 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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