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presentation on sanitation and stunting at World Bank WSP

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Hello! I'm writing from Phnom Penh, Cambodia, where we are one day into an exciting workshop organized by the Gates Foundation about learning from monitoring and evaluation of sanitation projects. I'll write more about that tomorrow, after a day of field visits.

But I'm writing about a presentation a few days ago at the World Bank in Washington, DC. The Water and Sanitation Program organized a session for me to present my recent research on sanitation and child height, and (most importantly for me) to hear feedback and suggestions from the audience. There were many useful ideas, and I look forward to tracking down their implications.

The presentation was recorded and can be watched along with the slides at I'm told the sound goes out for a little bit a few minutes in, but I hope that doesn't make the graphs any less enjoyable. If you get a chance to watch the presentation or take a look at your paper, I would appreciate your thoughts and suggestions, too.


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