Water and Sanitation for Disabled People and Other Vulnerable Groups: Designing Services to Improve Accessibility
The main focus of the book is on facilities for families in rural and peri-urban areas of low- and middle-income countries, but many of the approaches and solutions may also be applied in institutional settings, such as schools and hospitals and in emergency situations.
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Water supply access and use 65
Glossary of terms and abbreviations
Implementation in practice 127
Adapted jerry-can Anal cleansing atree avicious Bangladesh bathing area bathing bench 209 bathing chair bathroom Brick path Cambodia Carrying ajerry-can Cement-plastered brick Centre Child Dimensions disabled people’s organisation Ferrocement floor framed bathing bench front of toilet Handicap International handpump apron handrails Handrails cemented Heng Implement holder Kiyaga latrine 238 Figure Layout of CRP Lever operated tap litre jerry-can Loughborough University low stool low tap Low wooden stool Metal framed bathing Miraz mouth 240 Figure Participatory rural appraisal pit latrine Plan view Popi sits pulley Ratchet and pawl Rope shelf 73 side-rails sits on low sitting blocks squat toilet stool 172 Figure stool to bathe support 234 Figure tapstand toilet cubicle toilet pan Toothbrush stand trailer Treadle pump two-way hinge Uganda wash clothes Water jar Water storage jar WaterAid WEDC Wheelchair convertible wheelchair user wooden bar Wooden bathing bench wooden footrest 93 Wooden hand walkers Wooden toilet seat Wooden toilet stool