Free Residual Chlorine Decay in Safe Water Supply in Refugee/IDP Camps

Principal investigator

Jeff Fesselet
Purpose of study
Purpose of study

To document levels of FRC in the water supply in a refugee/IDP camp setting in order to rationalize FRC guidelines and improve best practices for safe water supply and storage in refugee/IDP camp settings.

  • Concept
  • Protocol & ERB
  • Implementation
  • Completion
  • Archived

Study timeline

  • Publication added by Jeff Fesselet

    7th December 2020
    Evidence-based chlorination targets for household water safety in humanitarian settings: Recommendations from a multi-site study in refugee camps in South Sudan, Jordan, and Rwanda Ali, Syed Imran "–" Elsevier BV (2021)
     
  • No update impact added by Jeff Fesselet

    24th September 2020

    This study does not require an update

     
  • Programmes impact added by Jeff Fesselet

    15th April 2020

    This research lead to an extension of the research funded by HIF where MSF collaborated together with UNHCR in 2017 with one publication pending. This work led to a TIC project, funded by ACHMEA foundation called Safe Water Optimisation Tool (SWOT) which is currently on going.

     
  • Scientific meeting dissemination added by Jeff Fesselet

    15th April 2020

    Oral presentation at the 6th Emergency Environmental Health Forum in Nairobi Kenya 17 October 2015 .

     
  • MSF conference dissemination added by Jeff Fesselet

    15th April 2020

    Poster presented in May 2016

     
  • Publication added by Jeff Fesselet

    15th April 2020
    Effectiveness of emergency water treatment practices in refugee camps in South Sudan Ali, Syed Imran "–" WHO Press (2015)
     
  • Programmes impact added by Kim West

    11th November 2016

    This study had a continuation with support from UNHCR and funds from the Humaitarian Innovation Fund. It was implemented in Rwanda and Jordan. Full report on this second part is being validated (PHD)

     
  • Publication added by Kim West

    11th November 2016
    Effectiveness of emergency water treatment practices in refugee camps in South Sudan Ali, Syed Imran "–" WHO Press (2015)
     
  • Study report added by Kim West

    11th November 2016
    MSF_FRC_White_Paper__f_1__3_090514.pdf
    2.75 MB
     
  • Protocol added by Kim West

    11th November 2016
    STUDY_PROTOCOL.docx
    26.7 KB
     
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  • Concept
    11th November 2016
  • Study created

    11th November 2016

Publications

  • Evidence-based chlorination targets for household water safety in humanitarian settings: Recommendations from a multi-site study in refugee camps in South Sudan, Jordan, and Rwanda
    Ali, Syed Imran "–" Elsevier BV "(2021)"
  • Effectiveness of emergency water treatment practices in refugee camps in South Sudan
    Ali, Syed Imran "–" WHO Press "(2015)"
  • Effectiveness of emergency water treatment practices in refugee camps in South Sudan
    Ali, Syed Imran "–" WHO Press "(2015)"