Abstract by Tyler Moncur
The AMM Cost Benefit Model (II) : Model
In the AMM cost benefit model significant effort was required to formalize the World Health Organization approach to cost effective analysis in water research. Our model aimed to fill survey data gaps and incorporate previous academic research into one cohesive automated model. To do so we utilized a hand-picked gamma distribution and Voronoi diagrams and computed a ranking system for various water interventions. This model was applied as a case study tot Namibia, and the results are presented.