Health For All Final Analysis PDF

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Unformatted text preview: rural locations. According to a 2008 study conducted by the Bangladesh University of Technology and Engineering, “the water and sanitation facilities implemented by Water.org 3 and local partners are functioning effectively, users have significantly greater access to safe water and latrines, and users are highly satisfied with their new services.” Water.org is creating impact through the development of strong community engagement and empowerment that work together to ensure sustained investment and maintenance of macro level interventions and improvements. The concept of empowerment manifests within organizations intervening at the macro level. The Safe Water and AIDS Project (SWAP) trains a specific cohort of community health promoters, HIV positive Kenyan women, to engage with community members and sell products including water treatment devices, insecticide ­tre...
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