What Influences Open Defecation and Latrine Ownership in Rural Households?: Findings from a Global Review

Aug 01, 2014 | by
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In this review, the Water and Sanitation Program of the World Bank identifies commonalities and differences across sanitation market research studies it has conducted in eight countries since 2006 to determine factors that affect sanitation behaviors. Three specific behaviors -- open defecation, acquisition of toilets, and improvement of latrines -- are covered.