Hygiene, Sanitation, and Water: Forgotten Foundations of Health
AbstractHealth evidence confirms that the burden of disease associated with inadequate Hygience, Sanitation, Water (HSW) is overwhelmingly (although not exclusively) carried by the poor and disadvantaged in the developing world and is a major contributor to the cycle of poverty.
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HSW; population; health; sanitation; water; developing world; poverty; burden of disease; poor; health;
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