Weitere Kapitel dieses Buchs durch Wischen aufrufen
The Sustainable Development Goals intend to address populations “missed” by the Millennium Development Goals for safe water and sanitation access. To capture these populations, programs need to attend to community norms for usage and the groups most marginal in those communities. Policies should include a focus on ways to eradicate socioeconomic and political marginality.
Emerson, P. M., Bailey, R. I., Walraven, G. E., & Lindsay, S. W. (2001). Human and other faeces as breeding media of the trachoma vector Musca sorbens. Medical and Veterinary Epidemiology, 15, 314–320.
Exley, J. L., Liseka, B., Cumming, O., Ensink, J. H. J. (2015). The sanitation ladder: what constitutes an improved form of sanitation? Environmental Science & Technology, 49(2), 1086–1094.
Hirve, S., Lele, P., Sundaram, N., Chavan, U., Weiss, M., Steinmann, P., et al. (2015). Psychosocial stress associated with sanitation practices: Experiences of women in a rural community in India. Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development, 5(1), 115–126. CrossRef
Joshi, D., Fawcett, B., & Mannan, F. (2011). Health, hygiene and appropriate sanitation: Experiences and perceptions of the urban poor. Environment and Urbanization., 23(1), 91–111. CrossRef
Kar, K., & Chambers, R. (2008) Practical Guide Triggering Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS). Brighton: Institute of Development Studies.
Kulkarni, S., O’Reilly, K., & Bhat, S. (2014). No Relief. Online video. http://www.soppecom.org/publications-vedios.htm. Society for the Promotion of Participative Ecosystem Management. Accessed 7 May 2016.
Kwiringira, J., Atekyereza, P., Niwagaba, C., & Günther, I. (2014). Descending the sanitation ladder in urban Uganda: Evidence from Kampala Slums. BMC Public Health., 14, 624. CrossRef
Lin, A., Arnold, B. F., Afreen, S., Goto, R., Huda, T. M. N., Haque, R., et al. (2013). Household environmental conditions are associated with enteropathy and impaired growth in rural Bangladesh. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 89(1), 130–137. CrossRef
Mara, D., Lane, J., Scott. B., & Trouba, D. (2010). Sanitation and health. PLOS Medicine. 7(11).
Mehrotra, N., & Patnaik, S. M. (2008). Culture versus coercion: Other side of Nirmal Gram Yojana. Economic and Political Weekly., 43(43), 25–27.
O’Reilly, K. (2010). Combining sanitation and women’s empowerment in water supply. Development in Practice, 20(1), 45–56. CrossRef
O’Reilly, K. (2016). From toilet insecurity to toilet security: Creating safe sanitation for women and girls. WIREs Water, 3, 19–24. CrossRef
Pickering, A. J., Julian, T. R., Marks, S. J., Mattioloi, M. C., Boehm, A. B., Schwab, K. J., et al. (2012). Fecal contamination and diarrheal pathogens on surfaces and in soils among Tanzanian households with and without improved saniation. Environmental Science and Technology, 46, 5736–5743. CrossRef
Sahoo, K. C., Hulland, K. R., Caruso, B. A., Swain, R., Freeman, M. C., Panigrahi, P., et al. (2015). Sanitation-related psychosocial stress: A grounded theory study of women across the life-course in Odisha. India. Social Science and Medicine., 139, 80–9. CrossRef
UNICEF. http://www.unicef.org/media/media_77952.html. Accessed 7 May 2016.
World Health Organization/ Joint Management Program. (2015) JMP Update Report 2015. http://www.wssinfo.org/fileadmin/user_upload/resources/JMP-Update-report-2015_English.pdf. Accessed 7 May 2016.
- Surviving as an Unequal Community: WASH for Those on the Margins