This brief explores smart sanitation technology (SST) in a variety of low-to-middle income country contexts. While SST interventions are recognized as highly effective in community health settings, they come with many considerations that must be weighed before their implementation. This report explores different SST interventions, the benefits and drawbacks to each, and related public health and policy implications.
Smart Sanitation Technology in Low-Income Countries: Potential and Policy Considerations
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