Title: Descending the sanitation ladder in urban Uganda: evidence from Kampala Slums Authors: Japheth Kwiringira, Peter Atekyereza, Charles Niwagaba, Isabel Günther Keywords: Sanitation ladder, Improved sanitation, Unimproved sanitation, Latrine use, Cleaning, Open defecation, Maintenance, Kampala, Slums Issue Date: 2014 Abstract:
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