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Public health solutions must incorporate a multitude of contributing environmental factors.
The Stanford Woods Institute works with partners in low- and middle-income countries, primarily in Asia and Africa, to solve challenges facing water supply, water quality, sanitation, hygiene, health, energy and food production. Stanford researchers are working to strengthen the scientific basis for water and sanitation decision-making, enhance developing countries’ capacity for sustainable water and wastewater management and improve the health and well-being of households in some of the world’s poorest countries.
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La Iniciativa Osa y Golfito (INOGO) es una colaboración internacional enfocada en diseñar una estrategia para un desarrollo humano sostenible y gestión ambiental en la región de Osa y Golfito de Costa Rica. INOGO se diseñó para construir sobre los esfuerzos previos en la región, trabajando de la mano con...
Working with partners in Asia, Africa and the Caribbean, Stanford researchers with the Program on Water, Health & Development are identifying ways to improve and increase the sustainability of water supply and sanitation service delivery, while also enhancing capacity for sustainable water and wastewater management in developing countries.
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