Sanitation and hygiene in developing countries: identifying and responding to barriers - A case study from Madagascar

Sanitation and hygiene in developing countries: identifying and responding to barriers - A case study from Madagascar

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Region
Africa
Country
Madagascar

Technical area

Technical area

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Language
English
Types of Document/Material
Document and Report
Year of publication/production
2007
Published
Yes

Type of activity

Type of activity
Research

imgbatch3 27Case study from Madagascar, identifying and responding to barriers in sanitation and hygiene. The document describes the approach to identifying barriers and supportive factors, what are perceived barriers, the study of Madagascar at a national and local level, moving from barriers to sanitation and hygiene, and conclusions and responses.

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