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E. Kleemeier and Lockwood, H., Public-private partnerships for rural water services, Briefing note. Building blocks for sustainability series, vol. 4. IRC, The Hague, The Netherlands, p. 8 p.; 2 tab.; 2 boxes, 2015.
Z. Wagner and Sood, N., Private sector provision of oral rehydration therapy for child diarrhea in Sub-Saharan Africa, The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, United States, 2013.
J. Sy and Warner, R., Tapping the market : opportunities for domestic investments in sanitation for the poor. World Bank, Washington, DC, USA, p. xv, 47 p. : 16 fig., 28 tab., 2013.
S. Chowdhry and Kone, D., Business analysis of fecal sludge management : emptying and transportation services in Africa and Asia. Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, WA, USA, p. 116 p.; 47 fig.; 22 tab., 2012.
M. A. Daniel and Sojamo, S., From risks to shared value? Corporate strategies in building a global water accounting and disclosure regime, Water alternatives : an interdisciplinary journal on water, politics and development, pp. p. 636 - 657; 7 tab.; 4 fig., 2012.
U. O. Chinedu, Yofe, J. M., Henry, L., Wethe, J., Djagoun, G., Doucoure, I., and Ali, M., Impact of prices and tariffs on fecal sludge management in Africa : a paper presented at the second conference on developments in faecal sludge mana.., presented at the 2012-10-29, S.l., 2012, p. 7 p.; 3 fig.
Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility -Washington, DC, US, PPIAF, Lessons learned : small-scale service providers have a contribution to make : lessons learned from PPIAF activities : pricing and affordability in e.., vol. 6. Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF), Washington, DC, USA, p. 4 p., 2012.
P. Newborne and Mason, N., The private sector’s contribution to water management : re-examining corporate purposes and company roles, Water alternatives : an interdisciplinary journal on water, politics and development, pp. p. 603 - 618; 1 box, 2012.
E. Lazarte, Reflections on private sector involvement in rural and small town water supply : powerpointpresentation for the First Thematic meeting of the RWSN W... Water and Sanitation Program (WSP), WSP, Washington, DC, USA, p. 17 slides, 2012.
K. Gröber, Crosweller, D., Schröder, E., Kappauf, L., Surridge, T., Panchal-Segtnan, A., and Zurbrugg, C., Sanitation as a business. Sustainable Sanitation Alliance, SuSanA, S.l., p. 8 p.; 4 fig.; 2 boxes, 2012.
D. Pedi, Kov, P., and Smets, S., Sanitation marketing lessons from Cambodia : a market-based approach to delivering sanitation. Water and Sanitation Program, WSP, S.l., p. 22 p.; 6 tab.; 7 fig.; 9 boxes, 2012.
H. - J. Mosler, A systematic approach to behavior change interventions for the water and sanitation sector in developing countries : a conceptual model, a review, and a guideline., International journal of environmental health research, pp. p. 1 - 19; 2 tab.; 1 fig., 2012.
A. Blanc and Botton, S., Water services and the private sector in developing countries : comparative perceptions and discussion dynamics. Paris, France: Agence Française de Développement, AFD, 2012, p. 454 p.; ill.; tab.; fig.
International Finance Corporation -Washington, DC, US, IFC, Bringing water to where it is needed most : innovative private sector participation. International Finance Corporation, Washington, DC, USA, p. 76 p.; ill.; 25 photographs; boxes; fig., 2011.
J. T. Tukahirwa, Civil society in urban sanitation and solid waste management : the role of NGOs and CBOs in metropolises of East Africa , Wageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands, 2011.
M. J. Mulagwand, Civil society involvement in provision of sanitation services : case study of Kingugi, Dar Es Salam : paper presented at the East Africa practioners workshop on pro-poor urban sanitation and hygiene, Laico Umbano Hotel, Kigali, Rwanda, march 29th - 31st 2, presented at the 2011-03-31, The Hague, The Netherlands, 2011, p. 5 p.
A. P. O. Y. O. Consultori Team, Disaster risk management in water and sanitation : economic impact of the 2007 earthquake in the water and sanitation sector in four provinces of Peru : what did unpreparedness cost the country?. Water and Sanitation Program, WSP, Lima, Peru, p. 16 p.; 10 graphs; 6 tab., 2011.
E. Mukulu, Oyugi, L., and Mwarania, S., External factors influencing the sustainability of micro and small piped water enterprises in Kenya’s peri-urban areas, International journal of humanities and social science, pp. p. 198 - 206; 8 fig., 2011.
K. Schwartz, From government-driven to commercially-driven mergers : changing drivers for upscaling in the Dutch water supply sector , Water policy : official journal of the World Water Council, pp. p. 317 - 325; 2 fig., 2011.
D. Nabembezi, Ddembe, S., Nuwagaba, F., Jjuuko, F., and Initiatives, C. I. D. I. Community, Harnessing the power of public-private-partnership (PPP) and sanitation marketing in promoting urban poor sanitation : lessons from GTZ/JICA/CIDI pilot project in Nateete parish informal settlements, Kampala District [Uganda] : paper presented at the East, presented at the 2011-03-31, The Hague, The Netherlands, 2011, p. 19 p.; ill.; photographs.
C. Pezon and Breuil, L., Le PPP pour developper les services d’eau potable : quelques leçons de l’experience francaise pour les PED, in Services d’eau et secteur prive dans les pays en developpement : perceptions croisees et dynamique des reflexions , 2011, pp. P. 51-71 : boxes, fig., tab.
K. E. Bliss and Bowe, K. F., Making progress on global water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) challenges : a report of the csis project on global water policy. Washington, DC, USA: Center for Strategicand International Studies, CSIS, 2011, p. iii, 12 p.
J. Naugle, Market-based approaches can provide water to poor rural families, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 41-51 : 2 boxes, 6 photogr., 2011.


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