To assess access to adequate water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) among people with disabilities at the household and individual level.Cross-sectional surveys.Data were included from five district-level or regional-level surveys: two in Bangladesh (Bangladesh-1, Bangladesh-2), and one each in Cameroon, Malawi and India.99 252 participants were sampled across the datasets (range: 3567-75 767), including 2494 with disabilities (93-1374).Prevalence of access to WASH at household and individual l...Expand abstract
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Access to water and sanitation among people with disabilities: results from cross-sectional surveys in Bangladesh, Cameroon, India and Malawi
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