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Hygiene and health in developing countries: defining priorities – a cost-benefit assessment

From a cost-effectiveness analysis commissioned by the IFH, Larsen concludes that a hygiene education programme can prevent the death of a child at only a fraction of the cost of water supply and sanitation interventions in most developing regions of the world.

Author: Larsen B

Download File: larsenreport504.doc

Published: 01/12/2004

Publication Type: Review

Publisher: IFH