World Bank study on WASH and Nutrition in Bangladesh: Can Building Toilets Affect Children’s Growth?

by Taj Sheriff on January 12, 2016

Issued early in 2016, the World Bank study provides a systematic review of the evidence on the relationship between water and sanitation and nutrition in Bangladesh. The report is intended to accomplish two things: first, to synthesize the results/evidence evolving on the pathway of WASH and undernutrition for use by practitioners working in the nutrition and water and sanitation sectors to stimulate technical discussions and effective collaboration among stakeholders. Second, the report can serve as an advocacy tool, to assist policy makers in formulating a multisectoral approach to tackling the undernutrition problem.

A link to the report can be found here:


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