Water and Sanitation. Economic and Sociological Perspectives by Peter G. Bourne

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1983). Measuring the impact of water supply and sanitation investments on diarrhoeal diseases. International Journal of Epidemiology 12, 357-365. Bradley, D. J. (1974). Water supplies: the consequences of change. In "Human Rights in Health" G. Wostenholme, and J. ). Ciba Foundation Symposium 23. Lon­ don. Bradley, D. , and Emurwon, P. (1968). Predicting the epidemiological effect of changing water sources. East African Medical Journal 45, 284-291. 2. Infections Related to Water and Excreta: The Health Dimension of the Decade 47 Bradley, D.

Skin infections, trachoma, Guinea worm, and malaria). FACTORS AFFECTING TRANSMISSION If an excreted infection is to spread, an infective dose of the relevant agent has to pass from the excreta of a case, carrier, or reservoir of infection to the mouth or some other portal of entry of a susceptible person. Spread will depend upon the number of pathogens excreted, upon how these numbers change during the particular transmission route or life-cycle, and upon the dose required to infect a new individual.

ISBN 0-12-119580-5 50 Paula Donnelly Roark to convey important lessons to family and neighbors. A rural water supply project funded by the Canadian International Development Agency in northern Ghana is an excellent example of this type of effort. In this chapter, several descriptions of how women's roles were perceived at various intervals over the past 30 years and how they subsequently changed will be discussed. This provides an analysis of the implicit assumptions concerning project control and participation underlying past and some present misguided project endeavors.

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