Compendium of WASHplus Tools and Resources to Facilitate WASH and Nutrition Integration
Inadequate access to clean water and unsafe sanitation and hygiene practices increase the risk
of severe infectious diseases that can contribute to undernutrition. New research is underway to further document and expand the evidence base for the connection between water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) and undernutrition. Existing research suggests three key pathways by which lack of WASH access and practice contribute to undernutrition.