Poster Schedule



Sustainable WASH SystemsAdamHarveyWhave Solutions
Designing and Implementing National Monitoring Systems with Appropriate Sectorial Indicators for heavy precipitation and flooding on drinking-water supply and drainage systems: A key Necessity for Adaptation to Climate Change.AnthonyAkpanPan African Vision for the Environment(PAVE)
Enhancing climate resilience of WaSH systems and activities through water securityElizabethKendallWinrock International
Building Climate Resilience in the Health Sector in Developing Countries: Experience from TanzaniaHusseinMohamedMuhimbili University, School of Public Health
Impact of climate change on water and health in the coastal megacities of IndiaShadanananNairNansen Environmental Research Centre (India)
Biosand Filter Performance After Periodic Abandonment in Honduran SchoolsBarbaraStewartBowdoin College
Baseline Assessment of Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WaSH) in Health Care Facilities in MalawiFrancesReulandWater Institute
Exploring the relationship between sanitation and wellbeing: A best fit framework synthesisGloriaSclarRollins School of Public Health - Emory University
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Conditions in 67 Healthcare Facilities in UgandaHabibYakubuCenter for Global Safe WASH at Emory University
A systematic review of costing and financing of WASH in SchoolsHeatherMurphyTemple University
Clean and Safe Health Facilities Initiative: Implementation and Lessons in EthiopiaKebedeGelaWHO
Social Microbes Haiti: The Impact of deteriorating latrines, open defecation, and animals on diarrheal pathogen environmental contamination patterns in a peri-urban settlement of Corail, Haiti.DanielleMedgyesiUniversity of Iowa
Economic and Energy Analysis of Novel Neighborhood Fecal Sludge Treatment Systems that Use Supercritical Water OxidationMarcDeshussesDuke University
USAID/MCSP's Clean Clinic Approach: Empowering the Haitian health system to improve WASH in health care facilitiesMarie MaudJEANSave the children
Handwashing stations in health care facilities lack sufficient conditions to control infections across ten countries in Africa and AsiaNatalieExumJohns Hopkins University
WaSH in school premises: key findings from an assessment held in nine states of IndiaNidhiPasiWaterAid India
Menstrual Hygiene Management in School: A Case of Water Scarce Coastal BangladeshSafinaNazninWorldFish Bangladesh & South Asia Office
bioloos: Sustainable Sanitation Solution for Everyone at All PlacesSanjayBankaBanka BioLoo
Sustained use of portable handwashing and drinking water stations in health care facilities --- Siaya County, Kenya, 2016WilliamDavisCDC
Systematic literature review of surface disinfection efficacy to inform recommendations for low-resource outbreak settingsKarinGallandatTufts University
Operational Research on rural water safety plans: case study results from implementations in India, DRC, Fiji, and VanuatuGabrielleStringTufts University
Demonstration of Low Cost Handwashing at Scale - The Volta Region Tippy Tap CampaignPaa KwesiWoodeUNICEF Ghana
Football for WASH: An Innovative Initiative for Scaling Up WinS in KenyaAgnesMakanyiUNICEF Kenya
Advancing WinS progress nationwide in Fiji through enhanced monitoring Mamita BoraThakkarUNICEF Fiji
In Kiribati, everybody WinS!Mamita BoraThakkarUNICEF Kiribati
WASH in Schools for DRRLalitPatraUNICEF Vietnam
Improved functionality of school water supply, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) through MSH (Mind-Soft-hard ware) and MnE tools in NepalKatak BahadurUNICEF Nepal
What it takes to mobilize public finance for improving WASH in Schools? A case study of Mirzapur district in Uttar Pradesh of IndiaPratibhaSinghUNICEF India- Pradesh
Evolution of WinS programming in India over the decade conforming to JMP service ladder for monitoring WinS in the SDG’s: the Clean School Awards- Swacch Vidyalaya Puraskar- Five star based benchmarking of schoolsPratibhaSinghUNICEF India Country Office and ACSI
Strengthening Government Capacity and Community Commitment toward Improving WinS in IndonesiaApril M.KleinEmory University
DepED WinS: Scaling-Up WASH in Schools in the PhilippinesJon Michael R.VillasenorUNICEF Philippines


Increasing women's participation in water governance institutions by transforming social normsAditiKrishnaIris Group
Addressing Girls Menstrual Health and Hygiene Needs through Improved WaSH Infrastructure and Education in KyrgyzstanJacquelyn HaverSave the Children
Formative research for a school program on puberty and menstrual hygiene management (MHM) in urban and rural BangladeshFarhanaSultanaicddr,b
Evidence-based programming in WASH and Menstrual Health to ensure gender equality. The case of RITU in Bangladesh.HildaAlberdaSimavi
Stakeholder Perspectives around Menstrual Hygiene Management in Uganda: Barriers and Key Priorities for the SectorKathyWoodwardRTI International
Promoting menstrual hygiene management and equal access to WASH facilities in low income countriesMaheshNeupaneGovernment of Nepal
Community- and evidence-based approach to menstrual hygiene programming in EthiopiaMohiniVenkateshSave the Children
How a Sanitation Program Empowers WomenPerLjungEast Meets West/Thrive Networks
Assessing International Engineering Effectiveness Through Failure: A Stakeholder's PerspectiveKelseySchreiberUniversity of Illinois
Indicator Efficacy: Anthropological Approaches to Evaluating Household Water Access in the Colombian AmazonLilyRubinoIona College
The Anaerobic Digestion Pasteurization Latrine: Updates from Four Years of Field ExperienceLucasRocha MelognoDuke University
Understanding interventions with multiple water, sanitation, and hygiene elements (multi-WASH) in low and middle income contextsMatthewVedrinUniversity of Michigan
Application of Continuous Quality Improvement methods to improve the microbial quality of household stored water and decreasing borehole repair times in northern GhanaMichaelFisherUNC WI
Determinants of latrine use and open defecation in 4 districts of Northern GhanaMichaelFisherUNC WI
Affordability of Water Services: a risk-based approach to capture dynamic challenges using evidence from Kenya and IndiaAshleyThomasUniversity of Oxford
Business Concepts of Fluoride Removal Technology: a case Study of Nakuru Defluoridation Company Limited, KenyaNANCYGITHUGONAKURU DEFLUORIDATION COMPANY
From Words to Action: Linking policy and institutional frameworks to sanitation provision and hygiene promotion in Rwanda and UgandaNelson EkaneBKTH, Royal Institutte of Technology
Fecal Sludge Management in Haiti, or What Really Happens to all that ""stuff""?Jean AllainDariusCDC
WASH Interventions in Emergencies and Outbreaks: Results from Two Systematic ReviewsTravisYatesIndependent Consultant
WASH Microfinance Operations in India: An Assessment of challenges and
Community Water Systems in rural Guatemala and BeninColleenLeonard
Men’s and Boys’ Attitudes toward Menstruation and Factors that influence these attitudesChristopher SeremetCatholic Relief Services
Unpacking a Nesting Doll: The Layered Challenges of introducing Menstrual Hygiene Management to girls’ schools in AfghanistanNasratullahRasaUNICEF Afghanistan
Padding up for Life: Knowledge, Behavior & Practices surrounding menstruation in Telangana,
SalathielNalliUNICEF India
Menstrual Hygiene Management in Fiji: Establishing an evidence base to address WASH challenges for girls in schoolMamita BoraThakkarUNICEF Pacific and Emory University
Inclusive MHM: Reaching out to visually impaired and hearing impaired girlsArchanaPatkarWSSCC
Menstrual Hygiene Endeavors: Journey from breaking silence to period powerThérèseMahonWaterAid Nepal
Population-level Assessment of Menstrual Hygiene Management Practices in Rajasthan, IndiaAlexandraShannonBill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health
Advancing the MHM Agenda In Partnership with School-Based Personnel: Describing MHM Familiarity and Engagement in Rural KenyaLeah C.NeubauerNorthwestern University
WinS4Girls: Learning from 14 countriesBrookeYamakoshiUNICEF
Government led initiative on MHM & WASH in Schools in Indian State of MaharashtraPratibhaSinghUNICEF India


Water and sanitation services in dispersed rural areas of HondurasAndrésGilIRC
Open-source technology for water-quality monitoring: opportunities and challengesChrisKelleyJohns Hopkins University
Occurrence of human and avian fecal contamination in urban Mozambican households: assessing fecal transmission in the MapSan TrialDavidHolcombUNC Chapel Hill
The Need For Fecal Sludge Management Among The Poorest: Evidence From Demographic And Health Survey DataDavidBerendesGeorgia Tech
The role of social capital and sense of ownership in rural community-managed water systems: qualitative evidence from Ghana, Kenya, and ZambiaEmmaKellyUNC Chapel Hill
Measuring Sanitation Quality with the Healthy Sanitation Framework: Development of a General Theoretical Framework for Sanitation and Operationalizing a Measure for Peri-Urban Lusaka, ZambiaJamesTidwellLSHTM
Combined Outcome of Three Reviews of CLTSH in EthiopiaJaneBevanUNICEF Ethiopia
Drying Kinetics of Human Feces for Onsite SanitationKatelynSellgrenRTI Internation
Household Uptake of the SolarBag Technology in Bellavista, Perú: a qualitative study to inform government approaches CamilaBoyntonCARE
Comparison of analytical techniques to explain variability in stored drinking water quality and microbial hand contamination of female caregivers in TanzaniaAngelaHarrisStanford University
Establishing a drinking water safety strategy in mid-western NepalArianeSchertenleibEawag
The Effects of Periodic Abandonment on the Reactivation of Biosand Filters on a School ScheduleBarbaraStewartBangor High School
Sources of Fluoride intake and Risks to human health, the cases of 4 villages in Oromia and SNNPR Regions of EthiopiaBelay SiyoumLeggesseMinistry of Water, Irrigation and Electricity
Household water chlorination reduces incidence of diarrhea among under-five children in rural Eastern Ethiopia: A cluster randomized controlled trialBezatuAlemuHaramaya Univesrity
Manganese Removal from Drinking Water in selected Rural Areas in Bangladesh; an action researchBoluwajiOnaboluUNICEF Bangladesh
The associations between drinking water source, enteropathogen prevalence in child stools, and child growth in rural communities in Limpopo Province, South Africa.BridgetteMcCartyUniversity of Virginia's College at Wise
Water Ambassador Program II: Furthering the Understanding and Protection of Watersheds and Hydrology in the US Virgin IslandsChristinaChanesCooreative Extension Service
Virus Removal by Chitosan Coagulation Pretreatment in Natural Waters To Optimize Ceramic Water Filtration For Household Drinking Water TreatmentCollin KnoxColemanUNC
Scaling laws governing contaminant intrusion in intermittent water suppliesDavidTaylorMIT
Safely Managed Intermittent Water Supplies? New Evidence from New DelhiDavidTaylorMIT
A continuous, objective metric for the usage of household water treatment and safe storage devicesDavidTaylorMIT
Health and Environmental Impact of SODIS in UgandaGregorRissHelioz
The Extended Laboratory Use of Ceramic Water Filters with Antimicrobial Silver Ion TechnologyJonathanMusorBangor High School
Water Safety Plan Review and Approval in the PhilippinesJOSELITORIEGO DE DIOS
Field experiences in removing fluoride from water using synthetic apatite medium produced and applied in Kenya.JuliusKubaiNakuru Defluoridation company (CDN)
Evaluation of Five Chromogenic Clinical Diagnostic Culture Media for Direct Detection and Enumeration of Antimicrobial Resistant E. coli in Surface Water and SewageAndrewKoltunUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
SaniPath Assessment of Exposure to Fecal Contamination in Informal Settlements and Formal Neighborhoods of Siem Reap, CambodiaJamieGreenEmory University
Integrating CLTS and SanMark: A solid lever for behavior change in the Ivorian contextJean-MarcLeblancFRC
Improved functionality of water systems: how solar power increases resilience to drought in Somali villagesKamalFarahCARE
Barriers and Opportunities for Achieving Safe Drinking Water in Bangladesh: A System Thinking ApproachGraceRodriguezUniversity of Michigan
Need in Kenya for a major scaling up to meet SDGsMarkReimers
Shit Flow Diagrams and System Dynamics: Moving beyond the snapshotNicholasValcourtUniversity of Colorado Boulder
Community engagement for sustainable community managed water systems: Qualitative evidence from rural Ghana, Kenya, and ZambiaNikkiBehnkeWater Institute at UNC
Willingness-to-pay for sanitation surcharges in KenyaRanjivKhushThe Aquaya Institute
Assessment of sanitation-related environmental health effects in poor and rural households in South AfricaRenayVan WykUniversity of Johannesburg
Pathways to sustainability: A fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis of rural water supply programsSaraMarksEawag
Impact of Human Movement along an Urban-Rural Gradient on Diarrhea and Pathogen-Specific Diarrhea Risk: Case Control Study in Ecuador, 2014 - 2015ShanonSmithRollins School of Public Health, Emory University
The Role of Social Capital and Collective Action Failure in Determining Shared Latrine Management Processes: Findings from a Shared Sanitation Intervention in Maputo, MozambiqueTessShirasAbt Associates


Management, Finance, and Effective Use in a Household Water Treatment and Safe Storage Program in PeruCarolineFosterWater Mission
Institutionalizing HWTS in the WASH sector through effective Policy RegimeKwekuQuansahMinistry of Sanitation and Water Resources
Scaling up Strategies for Household Water Treatment and Storage in GhanaKwekuQuansahMinistry of Sanitation and Water Resources
Rapid Drinking Water Safety Estimation in Cities: Piloting a Globally Scalable Method in Cochabamba, BoliviaLucasRocha MelognoDuke University
Prevalence of free-living amoebae in households, farming and healthcare potable water of South AfricaPetrosmuchesaUniversity of Johannesburg
Shining a light on microbial contamination risk: How in-situ fluorimetry can improve assessment of groundwater suppliesKatrina CharlesUniversity of Oxford
Water Governance Self-Assessments: Providing a Road Map for ActionAdamKeoughCatholic Relief Services
Improving Inter-Sectional Programming with better reporting system using unique programe data pointsAkshobhyaDahalUnited Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
Operations and Maintenance in Uganda's Rural Water SectorAlisonFillerInternational Lifeline Fund
Effects of Ebola preventing interventions on psychosocial factors of the RANAS modelAnnaGammaEAWAG
Oral Cholera Vaccine: Everything You Need to KnowAnneBallardJohns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
Integration of Oral Cholera Vaccine and WASH Interventions: Findings from a Literature ScanAnneBallardJohns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
Sustaining USAID WASH Investments: Learning from Post-Project EvaluationAnnetteFaySocial Impact
From evidence to action: scaling up of rainwater harvesting in rural Uganda using a revolving fund approachAshabrickNantege BamutazeMinistry of Water and Environment
Challenges and progress in emptying pit latrinesFrancisde los ReyesNorth Carolina State University
Mix of evidence and innovations helps city authorities achieve Clean IndiaIngeborgKrukkertIRC
A Dynamic Software Platform for Sanitation Data Acquisition, Data Monitoring and Data ManagementJeffWongBiomass Controls
Time series study of weather, water quality, and acute gastroenteritis at Water Safety Plan implementation sites in France and SpainKarenSettyUNC Water Institute
Urban Sanitation Characteristics Around the World: Comparison of Market and Technology Indicators for the Sanitation SectorKathyWoodwardRTI International
Optimal Recall Period for Caregiver Reported Diarrhea in Children Under Five: Evidence From A Multi-Country Monitoring And Evaluation ToolKatieOverbeyJohns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Barriers to Managing Private Wells and Septic Systems in Underserved Communities: Mental Models of Homeowner Decision MakingChelseaFizer
Inactivation of Ascaris eggs in human fecal material through in-situ production of carboxylic acidsLaurenHarroffCornell University
Are Cleaner Households Associated with Taller Children in Rural Communities of the Guatemalan Highlands?StephenSaraSave the Children
Bioaerosol Generation During Pit Emptying in Malawi, Africa.StewartFarlingDuke University
Sanitation labor and human rights: manual scavenging in India and the challenges for the sanitation sectorJenniferBarrEmory University
Social Dynamics Around Toilet Maintenance and Improvement in a Peri-Urban Area in Lusaka, ZambiaJenalaChipunguCIDRZ
Application of a salivary immunoassay to assess waterborne Cryptosporidium infections in a prospective community studyAndreyEgorov
Strategies for Improving Public Private Partnerships for Community WASH in Arid and Semi-Arid Kenya: Assessing the Kenya RAPID programCarterMcCormickCARE
Local population density and enteric disease in the Maputo Sanitation TrialTrentSumnerGeorgia Institute of Technology
Microbiological effectiveness and consistent use within pilot trials of new household water treatment optionsAnnaMurrayTufts University
Exposure to animal feces and human health: A systematic review and proposed research prioritiesGauthamiPenakalapatiEmory University, Rollins School of Public Health
A novel approach for detecting Cryptosporidium contamination in surface water suppliesKristenJellisonLehigh University
Development of a Combined Growth and Persistence Model for Legionella pneumophila in Biofilms in Drinking Water for QMRA ModelsMarkWeirThe Ohio State University
A systematic review of nosocomial waterborne infection in neonates and mothersMichelleMoffaPratt School of Engineering, Duke University
Delivering WaSH in Australia's remote Aboriginal Communities: Cultural and historical context that affects uptake, behaviour and changeNinaHallThe University of Queensland
Assessing the Iterative Factor Mapping and Learning process for water service planning and management in EthiopiaKimberlyPugelUniversity of Colorado, Boulder