Designing a handwashing station for infrastructure-restricted communities in Bangladesh using the integrated behavioural model for water, sanitation and hygiene interventions (IBM-WASH)

Author

Kristyna Hulland

Application Date

2011 Spring

Program

GHFRA

Mentor

Elli Leontsini

Country

Bangladesh

Designing a handwashing station for infrastructure-restricted communities in Bangladesh using the integrated behavioural model for water, sanitation and hygiene interventions (IBM-WASH)

Authors: Hulland, Kristyna RS, Elli Leontsini, Robert Dreibelbis, Leanne Unicomb, Aasma Afroz, Notan Chandra Dutta, Fosiul Alam Nizame, Stephen P. Luby, Pavani K. Ram, and Peter J. Winch. 

Publication Year: 2013

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