To implement a two-phased approach to provide short and long-term solutions to the problem of inadequate water, sanitation and hygiene infrastructure in low-resource settings in Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Ghana and Uganda.
To determine the safety and acceptability of urine-diversion toilets (UDTs) in refugee camps in Ethiopia in order to provide guidance on their use in humanitarian crises. By determining the environmental conditions necessary for maximum pathogen removal in a real setting, this will help improve existing and future UDT programs.
Enhanced Learning and Research for Humanitarian Assistance
CDC’s Center for Global Health; Oxfam GB; United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees