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Status of Sanitation Facilities and Factors Influencing Faecal Disposal Practices in Selected Low-Income Communities in Ibadan, Nigeria

Elizabeth Omoladun Oloruntoba, Oluwatosin Emmanuel Amubieya, Mumuni Adejumo, Mynepalli Kameswara Chandra Sridhar

Journal of Environment Pollution and Human Health. 2019, 7(2), 62-72 doi:10.12691/jephh-7-2-2
  • Figure 1. Map of Study area (A-LGAs within Ibadan metropolis; B-Ibadan North LGA; C-Yemetu community)
  • Figure 2. Category of respondents’ knowledge of safe faecal disposal practice
  • Figure 3. Category of respondents’ practice of safe faecal disposal
  • Figure 4. Sanitation services available in Yemetu community
  • Plate 1. Plate showing faecal discharge into the nearby stream. [A: Faecal Discharge from neighbouring household into Yemetu stream, B: Pipe connected from household toilet to Yemetu stream, C: Discharge of faeces into Yemetu stream from houses that lack septic tank]