Sabrina Sharmin Haque
Sabrina Sharmin Haque
Doctoral Student in Environmental Health Sciences, Emory University
Verified email at emory.edu
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Place and child health: the interaction of population density and sanitation in developing countries
P Hathi, S Haque, L Pant, D Coffey, D Spears
The World Bank, 2014
662014
Attentional biases to foods: the effects of caloric content and cognitive restraint
CA Forestell, P Lau, II Gyurovski, CL Dickter, SS Haque
Appetite 59 (3), 748-754, 2012
402012
The Rising Tide: A New Look at Water and Gender
MB Das
World Bank, 2017
152017
Improving nutrition outcomes with better water, sanitation and hygiene: practical solutions for policies and programmes
World Health Organization, UNICEF
Improving nutrition outcomes with better water, sanitation and hygiene …, 2015
52015
Multi-hazard groundwater risks to water supply from shallow depths: challenges to achieving the sustainable development goals in Bangladesh
M Shamsudduha, G Joseph, SS Haque, MR Khan, A Zahid, KMU Ahmed
Exposure and Health, 1-14, 2019
42019
Multi-hazard groundwater risks to the drinking water supply in Bangladesh: challenges to achieving the sustainable development goals
M Shamsudduha, G Joseph, SS Haque, MR Khan, A Zahid, KMU Ahmed
The World Bank, 2019
42019
Quantitative assessment of fecal contamination in multiple environmental sample types in urban communities in Dhaka, Bangladesh using SaniPath microbial approach
N Amin, M Rahman, S Raj, S Ali, J Green, S Das, S Doza, MH Mondol, ...
PloS one 14 (12), 2019
32019
Do Toilets Spill Over?: Population Density and the Effect of Sanitation on Early-Life Mortality and Health
P Hathi, S Haque, L Pant, D Coffey, D Spears
Working paper, Princeton University and rice, 2014
32014
Water and sanitation in Dhaka slums: access, quality, and informality in service provision
Y Arias-Granada, SS Haque, G Joseph, M Yanez-Pagans
The World Bank, 2018
22018
Water and Nutrition: A Framework for Action
C Chase, A Bahuguna, Y Chen, S Haque, M Schulte
World Bank, 2019
12019
Does arsenic-contaminated drinking water limit early childhood development in Bangladesh?
SS Haque, G Joseph, N Moqueet
The World Bank, 2017
12017
United Republic of Tanzania Systematic Country Diagnostic
EAC Cluster, AA Region
12017
Children Need Clean Water to Grow: E. Coli Contamination of Drinking Water and Childhood Nutrition in Bangladesh
G Joseph, SS Haque, N Moqueet, YR Hoo
The World Bank, 2019
2019
Precarious Progress : A Diagnostic of Water Supply, Sanitation, Hygiene, and Poverty in Bangladesh
W Bank
https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/29450, 2018
2018
WASH for human development : can scaling up Water Supply, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) interventions help children grow in Tanzania? (English)
G Joseph, SS Haque, SCE Ayling, K Vinha, PW Gething, JL Newman, ...
http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/498161507544009228/WASH-for-human …, 2017
2017
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