Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Hygiene and Health in Developing Countries - Recent Advances

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Academic Editor

Sonja Šostar Turk
Sonja Šostar Turk

University of Maribor,
Slovenia

Co-editor

Urška Rozman
Urška Rozman

University of Maribor,
Slovenia

Published07 December 2022

Doi10.5772/intechopen.100959

ISBN978-1-80356-624-5

Print ISBN978-1-80356-623-8

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-80356-625-2

Copyright year2022

Number of pages84

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Open access  chapters

1. Understanding Household Water Hygiene in Resource-Limited Settings in Kenya

By Jude Robinson, Hamilton Majiwa and Olivia Howland

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2. Perspective Chapter: Access to Rural Water and Sanitation Services in Cameroon within the Context of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

By Victor Dang Mvongo, Paul Blaise Mabou, Célestin Defo, Paul Fabrice Nguema, Anil Kumar Mishra and Auguste Ombolo

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4. Maintaining Hand Hygiene in the Informal Settlements: Reflections on Compliance for Covid-19 Preventative Measures

By Fhumulani M. Mulaudzi, Nombulelo V. Sepeng, Ndivhaleni R. Lavhelani and Tintswalo V. Nesengani

71
5. Air Pollution Monitoring and Its Health Impact in Belarus

By Nadzeya Dziarzhynskaya, Larisa Hindziuk and Andrey Hindziuk

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