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<p>The WASH Benefits Study provides rigorous evidence on the health and developmental benefits of water quality, sanitation, handwashing, and nutritional interventions during the first years of life. The study includes two, cluster-randomized controlled trials to measure the impact of intervention among newborn infants in rural Bangladesh and Kenya. The studies are large in scope (&gt; 5,000 newborns per country) and will measure primary outcomes after two years of intervention. This OSF Page serves as the central repository for all OSF pages related to WASH Benefits. </p> <p>Visit our website for further details and a list of publications from this study: <a href="http://www.washbenefits.net/" rel="nofollow">http://www.washbenefits.net/</a></p>
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