Investigating the role of adherence and flow rates on the effectiveness of ceramic water filter interventions using an agent-based model

Monahan, Kyle.


  • Abstract: Globally, 1.8 billion people use contaminated water, leading to childhood diarrhea. Ceramic water filters can reduce diarrhea when used consistently and correctly, although adherence can decline over time. These declines have previously been investigated using agent-based models (ABMs) in Limpopo, South Africa. In this thesis, the previous ABM was re-built with minimal field data, ... read more
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