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Community-led sanitation child growth Mali RCT

Results of a cluster-randomised controlled trial on the effect of a community-led sanitation intervention on child diarrhoea and child growth in rural Mali are written up in a new paper by Pickering et al in the Lancet. Read here

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Chloe Angood (2015). Community-led sanitation child growth Mali RCT. www.ennonline.net/sanitationchildgrowthmalirct

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