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Assessing Public Health Risks from Unsafe Fecal Sludge Management in Poor Urban Neighborhoods

CL Moe

WASH 2016 (May 2016)


Dr. Christine Moe presented the SaniPath Tool during the WASH 2016 conference, discussing the rationale and usage of the tool. Dr. Moe highlighted how poor fecal sludge management in urban areas can present public health risks and described how the SaniPath Tool can help assess these public health risks and prioritize sanitation investments. The WASH 2016 conference is a part of a conference series held by the International Water Centre, and is designed to bring together and support key players involved in WASH.

You can watch Dr. Moe’s presentation below:



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