RESULTS: The water quality data and human dimension questionnaire results were used to develop a household risk presentation. Sixty-seven percent and 50 % of well water and household drinking water samples, respectively, exceeded the WHO health guideline of zero detections of E. coli. Technology transfer was advanced by providing knowledge through household risk debriefing/education, establishing a water quality laboratory at the local university, and providing training to local technicians.
Holm, Rochelle; Wandschneider, Philip; Felsot, Allan; and Msilimba, Golden, "Achieving the sustainable development goals: a case study of the complexity of water quality health risks in Malawi" (2016). Faculty Scholarship. 725.