Water supply and diarrhea guatemala revisited internaitaal resuce centre for community water supply aid evaluation special study noui2 y by daniel dworkin agency for international development bureau for program and policy coordination office of evaluation studies division and judith dworkin department of hydrology and water resources. Water supply and diarrhea guatemala revisited daniel m dworkin judith dworkin united states agency for international development office of evaluation studies division home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for contacts search for a library create lists bibliographies and reviews or search worldcat find items in libraries . Our results show that improved water supply could reduce diarrhea in under 5 children by 11 the study presented sound evidence for judging the effect of improved water supply by applying rigorous methodology of a matched cluster randomized trial design we hope that this study is used as a basis for comparison with the integrated wash project . Objectives this article examines the effect of water system unreliability on diarrhea incidence among children aged 0 5 in guatemala methods we use secondary data from a nationally representative sample of 7579 children to estimate the effects of uninterrupted and interrupted water services on diarrhea incidence the national scope of this study imposes some methodological challenges due to . Only three studies revisited study sites after the original implementation study period p hennartcan improvements in water supply reduce childhood diarrhoea health policy plan 7 1992 pp 260 268 google scholar 31 ma ghannoum ke moore m al dulaimi m nasrthe incidence of water related diseases in the brak area libya from 1977 to 1979 before and after the installation of water
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