WaSH insights: a collection of findings from a three-day capacity building workshop for policy makers and development practitioners.

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Abstract

T his workshop is very important and timely for our society considering the developmental implications around access to improved water, sanitation and hygiene (WaSH). WaSH issues have strong public health connections, and have generated immense global interest over the years. This is due to the lineal connection between dirt, water, and disease-covering personal and domestic hygiene, vector control, food cleanliness and drinking water storage.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2017
EventWater-sanitation-gender-public Health Nexus: Building Capacity For Human And Socio-economic Development - University of Uyo, Nigeria
Duration: 20 Mar 201723 Mar 2017

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ConferenceWater-sanitation-gender-public Health Nexus
CountryNigeria
Period20/03/1723/03/17

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Akpabio, E 2017, 'WaSH insights: a collection of findings from a three-day capacity building workshop for policy makers and development practitioners.' Paper presented at Water-sanitation-gender-public Health Nexus, Nigeria, 20/03/17 - 23/03/17, .

WaSH insights : a collection of findings from a three-day capacity building workshop for policy makers and development practitioners. / Akpabio, Emmanuel.

2017. Paper presented at Water-sanitation-gender-public Health Nexus, Nigeria.

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