For the sake of simplicity, I’ve only included in this blog the highlights of some of the comparisons we did. However, if you’re interested in the full report, just email me and I will be glad to share!
- The fares reported by passengers were much more irregular for women, than for men, regardless of destination or ticket type.
- None of the participants knew how to correctly treat Bilharzia, despite one third of participants reportedly knowing someone with the disease and one participant who reported having it at the time of the interview.
- 42% of the women reported utilizing the lake as a source for drinking, cooking or bathing.