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Table 4 State of toilets and latrines in 10 rural healthcare facilities in Rwanda, 2012

From: Water, sanitation and hygiene infrastructure and quality in rural healthcare facilities in Rwanda

Health center N toilets and latrines combined n toilets, n latrinesa n toilets, n latrines in use, in hygienic condition (% combined)a n toilets, n latrines in use in hygienic conditionb and accessiblec to patients and caregivers (% combined)d
A 11 7, 4 4, 0 (36) 3, 0 (27)
B 12 4, 8 2, 1 (25) 2, 0 (17)
C 10 2, 8 2, 3 (50) 0, 3 (30)
D 15 11, 4 4, 0 (27) 2, 0 (13)
E 12 3, 9 2, 9 (92) 2, 9 (92)
F 8 2, 6 1, 6 (88) 0, 4 (50)
G 11 2, 9 2, 9 (100) 0, 9 (82)
H 11 3, 8 3, 1 (36) 2, 1 (27)
I 6 6, 0 6, 0 (100) 4, 0 (67)
J 13 7, 6 5, 4 (69) 3, 4 (54)
TOTAL 109 47, 62 31, 33 (59) 18, 30 (44)
  1. aToilets were flush toilets with pedestals and squat plates; latrines were pit latrines and improved ventilated pit latrines. bAbsence of 2 or more of the following: odor, flies, and feces. cAccessible was defined as unlocked and designated by HCF staff for use by patients and caregivers
  2. dCombined percentages of toilets and latrines in use, in hygienic condition and available to patients and caregivers were calculated using the number of toilets and latrines combined, divided by the number accessible