Measuring the sustainability and impacts of different water, sanitation, and hygiene implementation programs for the underserved is essential for enabling policymakers, donors, and practitioners to make informed decisions on intervention priorities.

Together with the UC Berkeley School of Public Health and Sri Ramachandra Medical College in Chennai, India, Aquaya recently completed an epidemiological evaluation of the long-term health and socioeconomic impacts of a water, sanitation, and hygiene intervention among rural communities of Tamil Nadu state in Southern India. The Open Square Foundation supported the evaluation, and the final report is available here.

Aquaya has studied and optimized water quality testing strategies in low-resource settings for over 10 years. We are happy to provide insights to help your organization develop or improve a monitoring program. Please reach out by contacting us.

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