This work will develop a modelling approach that, if demonstrated to generate reliable predictions, can support context-specific decision-making around the most cost-effective interventions to reduce disease burden due to faecal pathogens in low-income urban contexts.
- This project will build on a previous concept study commissioned by the Urban Sanitation Research Initiative that developed a possible framework for modelling faecal pathogen flows:
- Blog: Jan 2018 – Pathogen pathways and urban planning: Building a model to analyse the relationship between different sanitation options and health
- Policy Brief: Jan 2018 – Modelling faecal pathogen flows in urban environments: a proposed approach to inform sanitation planning
- Journal article (International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health): Jan 2018 – Faecal Pathogen Flows and Their Public Health Risks in Urban Environments: A Proposed Approach to Inform Sanitation Planning
- Research Call (now closed): October 2018
- Blog: January 2019 – The pathogen problem
- Blog: September 2019 – Call that a septic tank?