The Suaahara project teaches mothers how often to feed their infants in a day and the importance of responsive feeding. Since 2011, the project has worked in 20 districts to improve maternal and child nutrition. Photo credit: Valerie Caldas, Suaahara Source:

Emily Rand on Improved Child Feces Management

Emily Rand is a water supply and sanitation specialist at the World Bank, who also teaches about the design, implementation, and evaluation of WASH programs at George Washington University in Washington, DC. In her recent conversation with Global Waters Radio, Rand discusses key findings from recent research produced by the World Bank and UNICEF in the growing public health field of child feces management. She also shares examples of improved caregiver behaviors and programs to promote those behaviors. This podcast was originally published in August 2016.

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