This article contributes to research on public policy and water sanitation.
Figure illustrating the intervention delivery and data collection timeline.
This study supports SDGs 3 and 6 by investigating a low-cost behavioural intervention designed to increase latrine use and safe disposal of child faeces in India. The study found the intervention modestly increased latrine use and markedly increased safe disposal of child faeces in the short term, but was unlikely to reduce exposure to pathogens to a level necessary to achieve health gains.
This paper presents a water resilience assessment framework that includes a set of resilience indicators that will guide in building urban water resilience.

Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Volume 125, February 2022

The paper supports SDG 6 and 3 by discussing toxins in water and the risk of using contaminated water to process food.
Elsevier, Current Research in Green and Sustainable Chemistry, Volume 5, January 2022
Various microorganisms as a source of green technology used for bio-inspired wastewater treatment (WWT).
Overuse of water has led to the degradation and scarcity of limited water resources, which prompted the modern world to adopt sustainable measures to save water by increasing its reuse and recycling.
Background: WHO promotes the SAFE strategy for the elimination of trachoma as a public health programme, which promotes surgery for trichiasis (ie, the S component), antibiotics to clear the ocular st

International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health, Volume 239, January 2022

Access to hygiene services is a pressing challenge, particularly in low-income countries, and has become even more critical during the COVID-19 pandemic. While the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Program monitors global access to hygiene services, there's a need for alternative measures of inequality, such as a ternary diagram, to provide more accurate interpretations of the data, revealing spatial disparities and informing evidence-based public policies. [hotspot on urban/rural population in LMIC]

Wajid Umar, Muhammad Zia ur Rehman, Muhammad Umair, Muhammad Ashar Ayub, Asif Naeem, Muhammad Rizwan, Husnain Zia, Rama Rao Karri,

Chapter 10 - Use of nanotechnology for wastewater treatment: potential applications, advantages, and limitations,

Editor(s): Janardhan Reddy Koduru, Rama Rao Karri, Nabisab Mujawar Mubarak, Erick R. Bandala,

In Micro and Nano Technologies,

Sustainable Nanotechnology for Environmental Remediation,



Pages 223-272,

ISBN 9780128245477,

This chapter contributes to SDG 6 by introducing technologies for wastewater treatment.