The effect of HIV / AIDS on households' access to, perceptions and determinants of willingness to pay for water, sanitation and hygiene in Uganda
Citation:Richard K. Mugambe, 'The effect of HIV / AIDS on households' access to, perceptions and determinants of willingness to pay for water, sanitation and hygiene in Uganda', [thesis], Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Public Health and Primary Care, 2014, pp 154
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Improved water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) is of critical importance in reducing WASH-related diseases among people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). The frequency of diarrhoea and skin infections among PLWHA is closely related to the level of WASH services available to the patient and the household members in HIV/AIDS affected households. Integration of WASH into HIV/AIDS programs has been strongly recommended but this will only be practically feasible with a good understanding of: access to and perceptions to WASH; barriers to access among PLWHA as well as willingness to pay for water supply improvements among HIV/AIDS affected and non-affected households.
Author: Mugambe, Richard K.
Advisor:Mbona Tumwesigye, Nazarius
Publisher:Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Public Health and Primary Care
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Type of material:thesis
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