Amandeep Singh is a Research Associate at the Centre for Policy Research. He researches the relationships between sanitation technologies, and the social contexts in which these are embedded. He holds an M.Sc. and a B.Sc. in Environmental Policy and Regulation, from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Using geospatial methods in estimating exposure to open defecation
03 Aug 2016
Eliminating open defecation is an important policy priority in India. In this article, Arya, George and Singh from the Centre for Policy Research, illustrate how using readily available geospatial data to estimate exposure to open defecation can help focus public investment and efforts in areas where it is needed the most.
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