Water, sanitation and hygiene

3ie’s has two major evidence programmes that support the generation and use of high-quality evidence for informing decision-making in the water, sanitation and hygiene sector.

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Short-term WASH interventions in emergency response: a systematic review

Short-term WASH interventions in emergency response: a systematic review

Systematic review 3ie 2017

This is a systematic review that synthesised evidence on water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) interventions implemented in the first 12 months of an emergency response.

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What factors impact the effectiveness of emergency WASH interventions?

Systematic review 3ie 2016
This brief is based on a systematic review that synthesised evidence on WASH interventions implemented in the first 12 months of an emergency response.

Short-term WASH interventions in emergency responses in low- and middle-income countries

Short-term WASH interventions in emergency responses in low- and middle-income countries

Systematic review summary 3ie 2017

This is a summary report of a full systematic review that synthesised evidence on water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) interventions implemented in the first 12 months of an emergency response.

Identification and measurement of health-related spillovers in impact evaluations

Identification and measurement of health-related spillovers in impact evaluations

Systematic review summary 3ie 2016

This systematic review summary by Benjamin-Chung et al.

What factors affect sustained adoption of safe water, hygiene and sanitation technologies?

What factors affect sustained adoption of safe water, hygiene and sanitation technologies?

Systematic review summary 3ie 2015
Safe water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) behaviours, such as treating drinking water, washing hands at key times or using a latrine rather than defecating in open spaces, are cornerstones of building strong, healthy communities and reducing mortality due to diarrhoea and other preventable diseases. Many studies have shown the health benefits of WASH, and factors that affect initial adoption of short-term WASH use. Few have assessed the determinants of long-term, sustained WASH practice.

Water, sanitation and hygiene interventions to combat childhood diarrhoea in developing countries

Water, sanitation and hygiene interventions to combat childhood diarrhoea in developing countries

Systematic review 3ie 2009

This systematic review by Hugh Waddington, et al.

There are no impact evaluations
Systematic Review 006

Willingness to pay for cleaner water in less developed countries: systematic review of experimental evidence

Systematic review 3ie 2012

Clair Null et al. examines studies that have used randomized approaches or even attempted to measure households' willingness to pay for cleaner water.

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Safe drinking water. Who is willing to pay the price?

Systematic review 3ie 2012
Treating water can reduce the prevalence of diarrhoea by up to 70 percent. Although there are several inexpensive water treatment technologies available, statistics show that every 15 seconds a child dies due to waterborne diseases. Over 700 million people still lack access to safe drinking water.

Water, sanitation and hygiene interventions to combat childhood diarrhoea in developing countries

Water, sanitation and hygiene interventions to combat childhood diarrhoea in developing countries

Systematic review 3ie 2009

This systematic review by Hugh Waddington, et al.

There are no evidence gap maps
There are no replication studies
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