We thank Dawn Johnson and Reynold Estime, previously of HAS, for their time and efforts in the planning and implementation of this survey, and also Kip Scheidler and Guy Laroche (of Habitat for Humanity) for their support during the development of this study and the distribution and training on use of the PackH2Os.
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