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Farmers’ Knowledge, Attitude, Perception And Practices Towards Uptake And Utilization Of Treated Human Excreta As Organic Fertilizer In Imenti South, Meru County
Universal access to safe and adequate sanitation for everyone remains a global challenge since over 35% of the total global populations have no access to adequate sanitation. This call for action and a paradigm shift from the conventional sanitation approach systems to on-site sanitation approach to ensure complete sanitation value chain and safeguard circular nutrient economy. This study explores small scale farmers knowledge, attitude, perception and practices on the uptake and utilization of treated human excreta as organic fertilizer. Data was collected from 96 respondents comprising of the farming household heads using both stratified
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