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G. Howard, Bartram, J., Williams, A., Overbo, A., Fuenta, D., and Geere, J., Domestic water quantity, service level and health, 2nd ed.nd ed. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization (WHO), 2020, p. xi, 60 p. : 2 fig., 12 tab.
E. van Houweling, Hall, R. P., A. Diop, S., Davis, J., and Seiss, M., The role of productive water use in women’s livelihoods : evidence from rural Senegal, Water alternatives : an interdisciplinary journal on water, politics and development, pp. p. 658 - 677; 5 tab.; 2 tab., 2012.
J. E. Mellor, Watkins, D. W., and Mihelcic, J. R., Rural water usage in East Africa : does collection effort really impact basic access?, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 215 - 225; 3 fig.; 3 tab., 2012.
B. E. European C. Brussels, Would you drink your wastewater? A water brochure for young people. Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, Luxembourg, p. 28 p.; ill.; photographs; drawings; tab.; boxes , 2012.
E. Fadul and Reed, B., Domestic water supply options in Gezira irrigation scheme, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 108-123 : 3 fig., 2 tab., 2010.
B. van Koppen and Smits, S., Multiple-use water services: climbing the water ladder, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 5-20 : 2 boxes, 1 fig., 2010.
Mde l’Ene Benin, Rapport d’execution du budget programme par objectif 2009 de l’hydraulique rurale et semi-urbaine. Cotonou, Benin: Benin, Ministere de l’Energie et de l’Eau, 2010, p. 122 p.; 28 tab.; 6 fig.
S. McIlwaine and Redwood, M., The use of greywater for irrigation of home gardens in the Middle East : technical, social and policy issues, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 90-107 : 2 fig., 1 tab., 2010.
M. Jeuland and Whittington, D., Cost–benefit comparisons of investments in improved water supply and cholera vaccination programs, Vaccine, pp. p. 3109-3120 : 6 fig., 2 tab., 2009.
P. Gurung, Grim, B., and Autenrieth, M., Disseminating the SODIS method : which approach is most effective?, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 130-143 : 1 box, 2 fig., 2009.
T. F. Clasen, Scaling up household water treatment among low-income populations. World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, Switzerland, p. xii, 72 p. : 2 boxes, 5 fig., 10 tab., 2009.
C. H. Internatio Geneva, Combating waterborne disease at the household level. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization (WHO), 2007, p. 35 p. : fig., photogr.
B. M. Banda, Farolfi, S., and Hassan, R. M., Estimating water demand for domestic use in rural South Africa in the absence of price information, Water policy : official journal of the World Water Council, pp. p. 513-528 : 1 fig., 4 tab., 2007.
P. B. Moriarty, Butterworth, J., and Batchelor, C., La gestion intégrée des ressources en eau : et le sous-secteur de l'approvisionnement en eau et de l'assainissement domestiques, vol. no. 9-F. IRC, Delft, The Netherlands, p. vi, 44 p. : 17 boxes, 2 fig., 2007.
J. Brown, Sobsey, M., and Proum, S., Use of ceramic water filters in Cambodia : improving household drinking water quality. Water and Sanitation Program Cambodia Country Office, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, p. 44 p. : boxes, fig., map, photogr., tab., 2007.
K. Y. Al-Hassan, Water demand management of domestic water in the Accra, Tema Metropolitan Area (ATMA), Ghana, vol. WM 2007.12. UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands, p. viii, 100 p. : 38 fig., 12 tab., 2007.
F. Molle and Berkoff, J., Cities versus agriculture : revisiting intersectoral water transfers, potential gains and conflicts, vol. no. 10. Battaramulla, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI), 2006, p. vi, 70 p. : fig., tab.


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