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Sanitary risk observation of hazards at and surrounding rural water sources in Siaya County, Kenya 2018-2019

Sanitary risk observation of hazards at and surrounding rural water sources in Siaya County, Kenya 2018-2019
Sanitary risk observation of hazards at and surrounding rural water sources in Siaya County, Kenya 2018-2019
These data were collected to quantify hazards at water sources, particularly contact between livestock and water sources. In addition, they were collected to assess inter-observer agreement in hazard observations. Sanitary risk inspection is a structured means of observing and recording contamination hazards at and surrounding water sources, which has been promoted as a tool for water safety planning. It is however unclear how far different observers can consistently record hazards at a given water source. Water sources used for drinking, including rainwater systems, surface waters such as streams and dams, wells, boreholes and springs were all surveyed for hazards. Sources were visited twice, once in the wet season and again in the dry season, when the sample of sources visited was expanded. Six surveyors with varying backgrounds independently recorded the hazards they observed at each source, based on a structured observation protocol.
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Wanza, Peggy
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Wright, Jim
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Kwoba, Emmah
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Wanza, Peggy, Wright, Jim, Thumbi, Samuel, Kwoba, Emmah, Yu, Weiyu, Oigo, James, Ouko, John and Okotto-Okotto, Joseph (2019) Sanitary risk observation of hazards at and surrounding rural water sources in Siaya County, Kenya 2018-2019. UK Data Archive doi:10.5255/UKDA-SN-853860 [Dataset]

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Abstract

These data were collected to quantify hazards at water sources, particularly contact between livestock and water sources. In addition, they were collected to assess inter-observer agreement in hazard observations. Sanitary risk inspection is a structured means of observing and recording contamination hazards at and surrounding water sources, which has been promoted as a tool for water safety planning. It is however unclear how far different observers can consistently record hazards at a given water source. Water sources used for drinking, including rainwater systems, surface waters such as streams and dams, wells, boreholes and springs were all surveyed for hazards. Sources were visited twice, once in the wet season and again in the dry season, when the sample of sources visited was expanded. Six surveyors with varying backgrounds independently recorded the hazards they observed at each source, based on a structured observation protocol.

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Published date: 20 December 2019

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Local EPrints ID: 436582
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/436582
PURE UUID: 650deff4-904c-46d3-9e44-840e655f9327
ORCID for Jim Wright: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-8842-2181

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Date deposited: 16 Dec 2019 20:56
Last modified: 17 Dec 2019 01:47

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Creator: Peggy Wanza
Creator: Jim Wright ORCID iD
Creator: Samuel Thumbi
Creator: Emmah Kwoba
Creator: Weiyu Yu
Creator: James Oigo
Creator: John Ouko
Creator: Joseph Okotto-Okotto

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