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• What type of data does your agency collect for this project?

• How are those data used?

What ethical considerations should one consider when collecting/accessing/using this type of data?

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Baum, F. (1995). Researching public health: Behind the qualitative-quantitative methodological debate.
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Smith, A. K., Ayanian, J. Z., Covinsky, K. E., Landon, B. E., McCarthy, E. P., Wee C. C., & Steinman, M. A. (2011). Conducting high-value secondary dataset analysis: An introductory guide and resources. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 26(8), 920–929.

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Community-Led Total Sanitation

Proposed community-led total (CLTS) sanitation intervention is one part of a wider water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) project which aims to improve access to safe water and sanitation.
World Vision International’s WASH projects focus on helping communities to construct adequate sanitation facilities and water supply infrastructure in order to increase their capacity to tackle WASH issues and increase knowledge on appropriate hygiene practices and behaviors (World Vision International, 2012).

The main purpose of CLTS intervention is to completely eradicate open defecation practices in communities (Crocker, et al., 2016).
In this project, data is collected from primary and secondary sources. Data from primary sources is collected through different quantitative and qualitative methods.

Qualitative methods of data collection consider GIS mapping and household surveys.
Qualitative methods of data collection include key informant interviews, focus group discussions for mothers with children under the age of 5 years,...

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