How does the Effectiveness of Water Filters in Malawi Affect User Compliance?

Emory University
Atlanta, Georgia
Data Science
DOI: 10.18258/4998
Raised of $3,500 Goal
Funded on 5/20/15
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About This Project

We will be investigating why people who own a certain type of water filter (the Tulip Filter) choose not to use it, and if there is a relationship between how effective it is and their use. The ultimate goal of this project is to improve the rates of compliance with water filtration among households, and ultimately decrease the risk of waterborne disease in the Malawi.

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