Promoting latrine construction and use in rural villages practicing open defecation: process evaluation in connection with a randomised controlled trial in Orissa, India.
Boisson, Sophie; Sosai, Peppin; Ray, Shubajyoti; Routray, Parimita; Torondel, Belen; Schmidt, Wolf-Peter; Bhanja, Bishakha; Clasen, Thomas.
BMC Res Notes
; 7: 486, 2014 Aug 01.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-25084699
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