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This Policy Brief presents recommendations based on research in “When women eat last: Discrimination at home and women’s mental health” a paper by Payal Hathi, Diane Coffey, Amit Thorat , and Nazar Khalid....Read More..

This Policy Brief summarizes and presents policy recommendations based on research in “ Measurement of population mental health: Evidence from mobile phone survey in India, India,” a research paper by Diane Coffey, Payal Hathi, Nazar Khalid and Amit Thorat ....Read More..

Measurement of population mental health is uncommon in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). In the face of high mortality rates and widespread infectious disease in LMICs, it is not unreasonable for governments and researchers to prioritize measuring physical health. The...Read More..

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This note summarizes r.i.c.e.’s recommendations for how to design and implement a household survey measuring open defecation. We have already shared these recommendations on prior occasions, including in meetings with government officials and multilateral agencies, in articles in the media,...Read More..

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The Swatch Bharat Mission has announced the important goal of eliminating open defecation in India. One key part of the Government's guidelines to achieve this goal is a latrine use and open defecation surveillance survey. In the 69th round of...Read More..

India has one of the highest rates of childhood malnutrition worldwide, and poor maternal health and nutrition are major contributors to the problem.  There is no national monitoring system in place to regularly monitor women’s health, thus there is no...Read More..

This notes asks why rural India has uniquely high rates of open defecation.  It first explains that the “usual suspects” – GDP, poverty, education, water access – are not to blame for widespread open defecation in rural India.  Second, it...Read More..

We developed a handout for a state government to help state government employees, such as ASHAs, Anganwadi Sevikas, Panchayat Secretaries and others to promote latrine use. Suggestions to improve the handout are welcome. Please feel free to use and modify...Read More..

This policy brief presents policy solutions based on research summarized in "Revealed Preference for Open Defecation: Evidence from a new survey in rural north India," a research paper by Diane Coffey, Aashish Gupta, Payal Hathi, Nidhi Khurana, Nikhil Srivastav, and...Read More..

This research brief summarizes "Revealed preference for open defecation: Evidence from a new survey in rural north India," a research paper by Diane Coffey, Aashish Gupta, Payal Hathi, Nidhi Khurana, Dean Spears, Nikhil Srivastav, and Sangita Vyas. Read the full...Read More..

This one-page memo presents findings based on research summarized in "Revealed Preference for Open Defecation: Evidence from a new survey in rural north India," a research paper by Diane Coffey, Aashish Gupta, Payal Hathi, Nidhi Khurana, Nikhil Srivastav, and Sangita...Read More..

Evidence in the medical and epidemiological literature has documented that germs in feces can stunt children’s growth. This is in part due to diarrhea, and possibly in part due to enteropathy (Humphrey, 2009): chronic changes in the lining of the...Read More..

This brief is primarily based on a research paper by Dean Spears: “The Nutritional Value of Toilets: How much international variation in child height can sanitation explain?” The full paper, with the details of all computations and conclusions, is available...Read More..

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