1. External Policy impact added by Jeff Fesselet 15th April 2020

    WHO is recommending to use lime for in situ treatment of latrine content in context of COVID19 (Where there is no off-site treatment, in-situ treatment can be done using lime.Such treatment involves using a 10% lime slurry added at 1-part lime slurry per 10 parts of waste) . Water, sanitation, hygiene, and waste management
    for the COVID-19 virus Interim guidance 19 March 2020.

  2. Programmes impact added by Jeff Fesselet 15th April 2020

    Recommendations for the disinfection of CTC waste with lime was used in Beira Mozambique during the cholera outbreak in 2019 and an SOP is under development.

  3. Publication added by Jeff Fesselet 15th April 2020

    Assessment of Recommendation for the Containment and Disinfection of Human Excreta in Cholera Treatment Centers Trajano Gomes da Silva, Diogo – MDPI AG (2019)

  4. Other external dissemination added by Jeff Fesselet 5th October 2018

    Formal 10 minutes presentation by PI followed by panel discussion

  5. Other internal dissemination added by Jeff Fesselet 5th October 2018

    The study full final report was shared with the WatSan working group and the results were presented to the Working Group in a meeting.

  6. Other external dissemination added by Jeff Fesselet 27th August 2018

    Presentation at the EEHF that was held in Berlin on 12 and 13 April 2018. Link to presentations of day 2 here: http://www.shareresearch.org/research/eehf-2018-presentations-day-2

  7. Study report added by Renée Teernstra 21st August 2018

    ARDHEES_UoB__Report_Validated_by_MSF-OCA_Public_Health_Department.pdf 1.78 MB
  8. Concept note added by Renée Teernstra 21st August 2018

    MSF_UoB_chlorine_final_concept_note_240117.doc 55.5 KB
  9. Study created 21st August 2018

Publications:

Assessment of Recommendation for the Containment and Disinfection of Human Excreta in Cholera Treatment Centers Trajano Gomes da Silva, Diogo – MDPI AG (2019)