Selection: Evaluations and Assessments
Morocco: Assessment of Childhood Environmental Health Disease Risk Factors
Through a data-gathering process (including community surveys) risk factors for diarrheal disease were identified in twelve low-income neighborhoods in the towns of Drarga and Ouled Teima; these risk factors are intended for use in planning interventions.
Activity Report 79. Environmental and Behavioral Risk Factors for Diarrheal Diseases in Childhood; A Survey in Two Towns in Morocco. Kelly, Patrick, Khanfir, Habib, David, Patricia H., Arata, Michelle, and Kleinau, Eckhard F. September 1999. Kelly, Patrick, Khanfir, Habib, David, Patricia H., Arata, Michelle, and Kleinau, Eckhard F. September 1999.
Activity Report 79. Facteurs de risque environnementaux et comportementaux pour les maladies diarrhéiques infantiles: Une enquête dans deux villes au Maroc. Kelly, Patrick, Khanfir, Habib, David, Patricia H., and Arata, Michelle, Kleinau Eckhard F. September 1999.
Honduras: Review of the Infectious Disease Components of a Health Sector Project
A team of consultants reviewed the progress made by the Honduras Ministry of Health in accomplishing the goals of the USAID-funded health sector project for malaria, dengue, and tuberculosis control and assessed a training program for environmental health technicians.
Activity Report 102. USAID/Honduras Health Sector II: A Review of Malaria, Dengue, and Tuberculosis Programs, and Training of Environmental Health Technicians (October 25 – November 5, 1999). Kalson, Dennis, and Lloyd, Linda S. April 2000.
Activity Report 102. Sector Salud II de la USAID/Honduras: Una Revisión de los Programas de Malaria, Dengue y Tuberculosis, y Capacatación de Técnicos de Salud Ambiental (25 de octubre-5 de novienbre de 1999). Kalson, Dennis, and Lloyd, Linda S. April 2000.
El Salvador: Assessment of CARE Water and Sanitation for Health Program
CARE’s past and current activities in water and sanitation for diarrheal disease prevention were reviewed to evaluate progress to date and lessons learned and to recommend improvements for the second half of a five-year program, which began in 1998.
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