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Lessons Learned on Adoption of Clean Cooking: Webinar

Lessons on Adoption of Clean Cooking: Emerging Evidence


November 17, 2021

Hernan Delgado

Principal Investigator
Phone: 2485 5988 ext. 8644

Population Density, Poor Sanitation, and Enteric Infections in Nueva Santa Rosa, Guatemala

Poor sanitation could pose greater risk for enteric pathogen transmission at higher human population densities because of greater potential for pathogens to infect new hosts through environmentally mediated and person-to-person transmission. We hypothesized that incidence and prevalence of diarrhea, enteric protozoans, and soil-transmitted helminth infections would be higher in high-population-density areas compared with low-population density areas, and that poor sanitation would pose greater risk for these enteric infections at high density compared with low density.

Henry Perry

Principal Investigator
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD

Henry served as the Principal Investigator for a study examining equitable access to healthcare among marginalized populations in rural Guatemala.

TRAction to participate in the First Global Newborn Health Conference in Mexico City

Mexico City: October 18-21, 2015, the Secretariat of Health of Mexico, together with fifteen other convening partners, will host the first-ever Global Maternal Newborn Health Conference. The conference focuses on the provision of health care to all women and newborns and explores strategies for improving equity, integration and quality related to maternal and newborn care.

Date: Wednesday, October 21

Time: 8:00 - 9:00 AM

Room: Don Diego Foyer

Presenter: Emily Peca, USAID|TRAction Project, University Research Co., LLC


The USAID|Translating Research into Action (TRAction) Project joined technical implementers, policymakers, researchers, and practitioners from over 50 countries at the first Global Maternal Newborn Health Conference in Mexico City from October 18th through the 21stThe Global Maternal Newborn Health Conference 2015 provided a global forum to understand and respond to the most urgent health needs of mothers and newborns, foc

Evaluating Sustained Adoption of LPG stoves in Guatemala

Research Overview

This project will evaluate perceptions and sustained use of liquid petroleum gas (LPG) stoves distributed through GenteGas, an 18-month pilot study funded by Grand Challenges Canada in June 2014. The GenteGas pilot uses a market-based approach to distribute affordable LPG stoves to low-income households in peri-urban Alontenango, Guatemala. GenteGas trains local women entrepreneurs to distribute LPG stoves and tanks and to engage their communities around LPG stove use and safety. 

Advancing Communication and Behavior Change Strategies for Cleaner Cooking


USAID|TRAction recently sponsored a special issue of the Journal of Health Communication: International Perspectives. The supplement "Advancing Communication and Behavior Change Strategies for Cleaner Cooking” focuses on the role of behavior change strategies within the clean cooking sector.



December 02, 2021

Landmark Beach Hotel and Conference Centre, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 30 November - 1 December 2021


November 27, 2021

The  International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women kicked off the 1st International...


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