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Combating a deadly menace: early experiences with a community-based arsenic mitigation project in Bangladesh
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 2000-08)
Bangladesh is facing the problem of arsenic poisoning in drinking water. Around 27% of the tubewells, which supply drinking water to most of the population, have arsenic concentrations above the government of Bangladesh ...
Sustainable community- based safe water options to mitigate the Bangladesh arsenic catastrophe - an experience from two upazilas
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 2003-05)
Sustainable community-based safe water options have been successfully operating in two upazilas involving 531 villages and encompassing a population of 497,488. Testing of tubewells for arsenic was carried out on a census ...