Table 7

Study Results – water supply, sanitation and hygiene education

Study

Outcome

Relative Risk/Incident Density Ratio (95% C I)


1) Hoque, Juncker et al 1996 [40]

CBA

Quality Score 2a

Diarrhoea

Children

<5 yrs

>5 yrs

*Point Prevalence providedb

2) Aziz, Hoque et al 1990 [42]

CBA

Diarrhoea

Children <5yrs

0.75 (0.70, 0.80)c

Dysentery

Children <5yrs

0.73 (0.61, 0.88)d

3)Hasan, Briend et al 1989 [41]

CBA

Nutritional differences (no significant difference identified)

Not provided

1) Huttly, Blum et al 1990 [52]

2) Blum, Emeh et al 1990 [53]

CBA

Quality Score 2a

Diarrhoea – Children <6yrs

Village A/C

1.27e

Village B/D

0.71e


aMaximum Score for CBA 6; b<5yrs 1.96 (0.96, 2.78), >5yrs 2.25 (1.56, 3.23); cP < 0.01; d P < 0.001; eCI not provided.

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