2021 systematic reviews on sanitation issues


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2021 systematic reviews on sanitation issues

Dear Colleagues:  
We have an ongoing bibliography of systematic reviews on a range of WASH-related issues and below are links to several systematic reviews on sanitation issues published so far in 2021. This type of review is a specific methodology that aims to comprehensively identify all relevant studies on a specific topic, and to select appropriate studies based on explicit criteria.  

Biodegradation mechanisms and functional microbiology in conventional septic tanks: a systematic review and meta-analysis . Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology, June 2021. 

Systematic review of the relative concentrations of noroviruses and fecal indicator bacteria in wastewater: considerations for use in quantitative microbial risk assessment .J Water Health, September 2021.    

Systematic review of the last 20 years of research on decentralized domestic wastewater treatment In Brazil: state of the art and potentials . Water Sci Technol, Nov 2021.   

CHILD-SAN:a new disability-inclusive framework for emergency sanitation for children aged five to 11, based on a systematic review of existing guidanceJournalof International Humanitarian Action, October2021. Authors: Claire Rosato-Scott, Barbara E. Evans & Dani J. Barrington   

Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of the Persistence of Enveloped Viruses in Environmental Waters and Wastewater in the Absence of Disinfectants . Environ. Sci. Technol. 2021, October19, 2021.    

Water,Sanitation, and Women's Empowerment: A systematic review and qualitative metasynthesis . MedRxiv,October 2021.    

Interventions promoting uptake of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) technologies in low-and middle-income countries: An evidence and gap map of effectiveness studies . Campbell Systematic Review, October2021. Authors: Hannah Chirgwin, Sandy Cairncross, Dua Zehra, Hugh Sharma

Water, sanitation and hygiene interventions and the prevention and treatment of childhood acute malnutrition: A systematic reviewMaternal& Child Nutrition, October2021. Authors: Alan R. Patlán-Hernández,Heather C. Stobaugh, Oliver Cumming, et al.  

Exploring menstrual products: A systematic review and meta-analysis of reusable menstrual pads for public health internationally . PLoS One,September 2021. Authors: Anna Maria van Eijk, Naduni Jayasinghe, Garazi Zulaika,Linda Mason,et al.  

Global incidence of helminthic contamination of vegetables, cucurbits and fruits: A systematic review and meta-analysisFoodControl, September 2021. Authors: Aida Vafae Eslahi,Meysam Olfatifar,et al.

Effectiveness of behaviour change techniques used in hand hygiene interventions targeting older children - A systematic review.  Watson J,Cumming O, MacDougall A, Czerniewska A,Dreibelbis R. Soc Sci Med.2021 Jul;281:114090.  
Pigs as a potential source of emerging livestock-associated Staphylococcus aureus in Africa: a systematic reviewInternationalJournal of Infectious Diseases, August2021. Authors: Mulemba Tillika Samutela,Geoffrey Kwenda, et al. 

Systematic Review of Wastewater Surveillance of Antimicrobial Resistance in Human PopulationsPreprints,June 2021. Authors: Kevin Chau, Leanne Barker,et al. https://doi:10.20944/preprints202010.0267.v2   

Hierarchical Bayesian modeling for predictive environmental microbiology toward a safe use of human excreta: Systematic review and meta-analysisJournalof Environmental Management, April 2021.Authors: Wakan Oishi, Syun-suke Kadoya,et al.  

Effectiveness of community and school-based sanitation interventions in improving latrine coverage: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled interventionsEnvironmentalHealth and Preventive Medicine, February2021.  

Municipal Solid Waste Management and Adverse Health Outcomes: A Systematic Review . Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health,April 2021, Authors: Giovanni Vinti 1, Valerie Bauza 2, Thomas Clasen, et al.  

The survival and dispersal of Taenia eggs in the environment: what are the implications for transmission? A systematic review
. Parasit Vectors.,January 2021.  

Faecal contamination of groundwater self-supply in low- and middle income countries: Systematic review and meta-analysis
WaterResearch, August2021. Authors: Franziska Genter, Juliet Willetts,Tim Foster.  

Impact of landfill leachate contamination on surface and groundwater of Bangladesh: systematic review and possible health risks assessment
AppliedWater Science, May 2021.  
Dan Campbell, Knowledge Management Specialist
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Water Institute
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