Water, Sanitation and Waste Management

The Water, Sanitation, and Waste Management group studies urban water resources and vulnerability, water and sanitation infrastructure and policies, flooding, and solid waste disposal, and their influences on health and health inequalities in partner cities in the Pathways study.


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Urme SA, Radia MA, Uzzal MC, Ahmed S, Sara HH, Islam MS, Jerin DT, Hasan S, Hema PS, Alam R, Rahman M, Islam AKMM, Quayyum Z, Hasan MT, Rashid SF

Occupational Health and Safety Hazards: An Explorative Study of Dhaka City Waste Handlers

Book of Abstracts, 6th International Conference on Public Health 2020 (ICOPH 2020), pp. 66, Committee of the ICOPH 2020.

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Sara H, Alam R, Hasan T, Quayyum Z, Jerin D

Exploring health risk of people living near the Secondary Transfer Stations and Landfills in Dhaka

European Journal of Public Health, 30 (Supplement_5), pp. ckaa166.157, 2020.

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Jerin D, Sara H, Hasan T, Quayyum Z

Rethinking policies and possibilities of sustainable solid waste management system of Dhaka City

European Journal of Public Health, 30 (Supplement_5), pp. ckaa166.1268, 2020.

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Ezzati M, Webster CJ, Doyle YG, Rashid S, Owusu G, Leung GM

Cities for global health

BMJ, 363 (1), pp. k3794, 2018.

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Angoua ELE, Dongo K, Templeton MR, Zinsstag J, Bonfoh B

Barriers to access improved water and sanitation in poor peri-urban settlements of Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire

PLoS One, 13 (8), pp. e0202928, 2018.

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