The updated methodology requires the water quality tests for community technologies to be taken at the collection containers when they enter the households. The aim is not to measure the storage or drinking containers, meaning the water quality test will capture safe supply up to the household, whereas the hygiene practice surveys aims to reflect safe storage and consumption of water. To have the intended impact of safe water supply projects, it is critical to provide safe water and ensure that the safe water is consumed hygienically. The methodology doesn’t consider hygiene survey outcomes for emissions reductions but recommends monitoring of hygiene practices to ensure best practices.
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Modified on: Mon, 3 May, 2021 at 7:07 PM
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