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Existing water and sanitation infrastructure's impact on diarrhea incidents [message #3925] Fri, 06 March 2015 16:22 Go to previous message
pinny is currently offline  pinny
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Hi all,

I'm a graduate student, who is looking for a data to verify my model. I'm trying to find a detail data on existing water and sanitation infrastructure in a specific area (a municipality level) in developing countries, where there are a detail on infrastructure upgrade/improvement over time. Then, I would like to use this information to relate with how diarrhea incidents evolve over time in that area. How's water and sanitation infrastructure improvement impact the reduction of diarrhea incidents?

Could anyone please help to tell me about what area have the most detail on water and sanitation infrastructure and diarrhea incidents on the existing data? Or any suggestion on how to find these data would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you very much.

Best,
Pinn
 
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