Population Services International

LIBERIA (2011): MAP STUDY EVALUATING THE AVAILABILITY OF HOUSEHOLD WATER TREATMENT PRODUCTS IN WASH PROJECT AREAS. ROUND ONE. | Published 09.12.11

Attached file 2011-liberia_map_sws.pdf (199.39 KB)

Study Type: Measuring Access and Performance (MAP)

Country, Region: Liberia, West & Central Africa

Authors: Axel Addy, Bram Piot

Publication Year: 2011

Abstract: In 2009 a child survival program was initiated in Liberia with the social marketing of the household water treatment solution WaterGuard, continued at present under the USAID funded WASH project in specific target areas. This MAP study aimed at assessing the availability of condoms, WaterGuard and other household water treatment products throughout the country. The current report is a condensed version of the full MAP report, focussing on WaterGuard availability and quality standards in the WASH project areas and in other areas of the country.

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