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Descending the sanitation ladder in urban Uganda: evidence from Kampala slums
(Springer Nature: BMC Public Health volume ., 2014)
While the sanitation ladder is useful in analysing progressive improvements in sanitation, studies in Uganda have not indicated the sanitation barriers faced by the urban poor. There are various challenges in shared latrine ...
Gender variations in access, choice to use and cleaning of shared latrines; experiences from Kampala slums, Uganda
(Springer Link: BMC Public Health., 2014-11-19)
Sanitation is one of the most intimate issues that affect women, especially in slums of developing countries. There are few studies that have paid attention to the gender variations in access, choice to use and cleaning ...
Seasonal variations and shared latrine cleaning practices in the slums of Kampala city, Uganda
(Springer Link: BMC Public Health., 2016-04-27)
The effect of seasons on health outcomes is a reflection on the status of public health and the state of development in a given society. Evidence shows that in Sub-Saharan Africa, most infectious diseases flourish during ...