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R. F. Ortuste, Living without sanitary sewers in Latin America : the business of collecting fecal sludge in four Latin American cities. UNDP-World Bank Water and Sanitation Program, Lima, Peru, p. 58 p.; ill.; tab.; fig.; boxes, 2012.
O. A. Solomon, Community involvement in water provisioning : the case study of Dar es Salaam, vol. no. CUE 5. Agricultural University Wageningen, Wageningen, The Netherlands, p. ix, 93 p. : maps, 16 fig., 6 tab., 2001.
D. Hall, Water in public hands : public sector water management - a necessary option. Public Services International Research Unit (PSIRU), University of Greenwich, Greenwich, UK, p. 35 p. : tab., 2001.
D. Saywell, Micro-credit for sanitation. Water and Environmental Health at London and Loughborough (WELL), London, UK, 1999.
Y. E. van Dok, Empowering women : a water and sanitation programme in Honduras, Waterfront, p. p. 20,24,25,27 : tab., 1998.
UNICEF -New York, NY, US. Water and Environmental Sanitation Section, UNICEF workshop on environmental sanitation and hygiene, New York, 10-13 June 1998. UNICEF, New York, NY, USA, p. ca. 350 p. : fig., photogr., 1998.
A. M. Mooijman and Metell, K., Water, and more, for the barrios of Tegucigalpa, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 19-21, 32 : 2 photogr., 1998.
C. H. W. S. S. C. C. Work Geneva, The Honduras approach in maximizing resources using clc. WSSCC Working Group on Country Level Collaboration, Geneva, Switzerland, p. 11 p., 1997.
M. Martin, Llegando al pobre del sector informal urbano : ejemplos Hondurenos. UNICEF, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, p. 59 p.: photogr., 1991.
B. Bradford and Brand, A., Rainwater harvesting and water use in the barrios of Tegucigalpa. UNICEF, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, p. XI, 60 p.: 11 fig., 6 tab., ill., photogr., 1991.
B. Bradford, Rainwater harvesting by the urban poor of Tegucigalpa, Raindrop, pp. p. 1, 3-7: 3 fig., 1991.
UNICEF -New York, NY, US, SANAA/UNICEF HONDURAS. UNICEF, p. video (18 min.): VHS, 1991.