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date: 18 April 2024

Evaluating Condominial Sewerage Programs: Technology and Community Engagementlocked

Evaluating Condominial Sewerage Programs: Technology and Community Engagementlocked

  • Patrícia Campos Borja, Patrícia Campos BorjaUniversidade Federal da Bahia
  • Earthea NanceEarthea NanceTexas Southern University
  •  and Luiz Roberto Santos MoraesLuiz Roberto Santos MoraesUniversidade Federal da Bahia

Summary

Condominial sewerage is a socio-technical system used in many parts of the world. It has the potential to expand service coverage due to its low cost and adaptability. However, the results and effectiveness of projects that have been implemented and their evaluation methods have been little studied. The aim of this article is to discuss experiences of evaluation of this technology, which have focused on use, functioning, social participation, and health impacts. Other aims are to propose an evaluation scope and to present a comprehensive framework to support future evaluations.

Subjects

  • Global Health
  • Public Health Policy and Governance

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