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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 ...
Arsenic in tubewell water and health consequences: mitigation component
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 2003-12)
Occurrence, distribution and time-trend of arsenic in ground water of Jhikorgachha, Jessore, Bangladesh
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 2003-09)
In order to assess the arsenic concentration change over time, water from a total of 246 tubewells Jhikargachha upazila of Jessore district were tested using atomic absorption spectrophotometer in two different periods ...
Using IEC materials for mass communication: experiences of an Arsenic mitigation project in Bangladesh
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 2003)
Different types of lEC materials were used in BRAe's arsenic mitigation project (June 1999-December 2001). Printed lEC (Information. education. and communication) materials included posters. leaflets. stickers. booklets. ...
Arsenic in drinking water and birth outcomes: a study of the Bangladesh Integrated Nutrition Programme
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 2004-09)
This paper assesses the impact of arsenic (As) exposure on pregnancy outcomes in Bangladesh. A total of 261 villages from 3 highly As contaminated upazilas of two districts were selected for this study. The upazilas were ...