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  1. page Our Research edited ... Read more about the Urban Private Sector Trial, conducted by Emory University in the brief he…
    Read more about the Urban Private Sector Trial, conducted by Emory University in the brief here {SWASH II brief_Urban sector 2017.pdf} or in the published article.
    Read more about the Governance Trial, conducted by Georgetown University in the brief here {SWASH II brief_Governance 2017.pdf} .
    Read more about the mobile pilot on the Education Monitoring Information System here {SWASH II brief EMIS June 2017.pdf} .
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  2. page Programs edited {CAREsWaterWork.jpg} Water+ programming has an extensive reach at CARE - as of 2013, there are 1…
    Water+ programming has an extensive reach at CARE - as of 2013, there are 127 projects with water-related activities in 40 countries. Last year, CARE helped more than 3.3 million people access safe drinking water and sanitation, use water for improved food security, develop sustainable water management practices and/or improve hygiene practices. Additionally, CARE has facilitated access to safe drinking water for 1.3 million people affected by emergencies by constructing water sources, improving hygiene practices and distributing hygiene kits.
    with oversight or strong involvement from the CARE WaterWater+ Team:
    Integrated NTD Project
    This project in Ethiopia, funded by Johnson&Johnson works with government, religious and community leaders to integrate WASH and NTD work in schools and communities for reductions in trachoma, schistosomiasis and soil-transmitted helminths.
    {At a Glance_NTD_Aug 2017.pdf}
    Lowlands WASH Project
    The Lowlands WASH project in Ethiopia partners with government to 1) expand water access to (mostly) pastoral populations 2) increase latrine coverage and improve hygiene behaviors and 3) address natural resource management.
    {At a Glance_Lowland WASH_Aug 2017.pdf}
    Kenya RAPID Project
    The Kenya RAPID project, a collaboration of multiple public, private and NGO partners, works in arid and semi-arid lands in Kenya to increase sustainable access to water for people and livestock and to improve rangeland management.
    {At a Glance_Kenya RAPID April 2017.pdf}
    USAID Nutrition and Hygiene Project
    The project integrates nutrition-specific and WASH interventions in the health and community sectors and nutrition-sensitive interventions in the agricultural sector. See a CARE brief of the project and a USAID brief below.
    {At a Glance_USAID CARE Nutrition and Hygiene Project.pdf}
    {USAID HLT - CARE Nutrition & Hygiene Fact Sheet - Nov '16_FINAL.pdf}

    {ken_2012_bb_9232.jpg} In its first phase, the Sustaining School Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Plus Community Impact (SWASH+) Project addressed the problems of safe water access, insufficient sanitation, and inadequate hygiene in schools in Kenya. The project began in September 2006 and used randomized controlled trials to test various combinations of school WASH improvements in 185 schools and their communities in Nyanza Province. The interventions included water provision through boreholes and rainwater harvesting, improved latrines and safe water systems (storage containers and water treatment supplies). In addition, staff trained teachers and students on how to use and maintain their WASH improvements. Research findings and other materials from SWASH+ are available at
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