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2005
G. A. Salaues, Financing basic water supply and sanitation in Bolivia, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 20-21, 2005.
2002
E. Bolt and Fonseca, C., Como apoyar la gestion comunitaria de sistemas de abastecimiento de agua : guias para administradores, vol. no. 37. Delft, The Netherlands: IRC, 2002, p. 149 p. : 5 fig., photogr., 9 tab.
E. Bolt and Fonseca, C., How to support community management of water supplies : guidelines for managers, vol. no. 37. Delft, The Netherlands: IRC, 2002, p. 144 p. : 5 fig., photogr., 9 tab.
2001
Dof Water D. Resources, Country strategy on water and sanitation services [Kenya]. Kenya, Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, Nairobi, Kenya, p. vi, 32 p. : fig., tab., 2001.
1999
J. Sine, Basic social services in Viet Nam : an analysis of state and ODA expenditures. United Nations, Hanoi, Viet Nam, p. vi, 60 p. : 48 fig., 4 tab., 1999.
I. E. Evaluation Dublin, Synthesis review : Ireland Aid in the water and sanitation sector. Volume 2. Annexes. Ireland, Department of Foreign Affairs, Dublin, Ireland, p. ca. 162 p., photogr., tabs., 1999.
I. E. Evaluation Dublin, Synthesis review : Ireland Aid in the water and sanitation sector. Volume 1: main report. Ireland, Department of Foreign Affairs, Dublin, Ireland, p. vi, 48 p. : boxes, fig., photogr., 1999.
P. Chikombe and Tusiime, J., Water supply & sanitation : directory of institutions, sources of information and documentation in Uganda, 1999. Network for Water and Sanitation International (NETWAS), Nairobi, Kenya, p. xv, 113 p., 1999.
1998
R. Talbot, Clean water to benefit India's children and environment, Waterfront, pp. p. 5, 12-13, 1998.
K. Bais, Drinkwater & sanitatie en ontwikkelingssamenwerking, vol. no. 3. The Hague, The Netherlands: Netherlands, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, DGIS, Information Department, 1998, p. 72 p. : photogr.
D. F. I. D. United Kin GB, Water and environmental sanitation sector review, vol. no. 5. United Kingdom, Department for International Development, New Delhi, India, p. ca. 250 p. : tab., 1998.
B. Diphoorn, Water for the future : integrated water resources management : policy priorities for Netherlands development assistance, vol. no. 2. The Hague, The Netherlands: Netherlands, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, DGIS, 1998, p. xiii, 69 p. : 8 boxes, 4 fig., photogr.
WSSCC -Geneva, CH, Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council, Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council fourth global forum - Manila, November 1997 : draft report. Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council, WSSCC, Geneva, Switzerland, p. 31 p. + annexes (14 p.), 1998.
D. K. D. A. N. I. D. A. - Copenhagen and Copenhagen, D. K. Danish Wat, Workshop on water action plans : experience with alternative implementation strategies, Eigtveds Pakhus, 9 September 1998. DANIDA, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Copenhagen, Denmark, p. 75 p. : map, 1998.
1996
Australian Agency for International Development -Canberra, ACT, AU, AusAid, Environmental assessment guidelines for Australia's aid program. Canberra, ACT, Australia: AusAID Australian Agency for International Development, 1996, p. 36 p. : 4 boxes , 2 fig.
J. T. Visscher, de Lange, E., and Saunders, D., Towards sustainable water resources management : sharing external support agency policies and practices : ESA support for integrated WRM, in Water policy : allocation and management in practice : proceedings of International Conference on Water Policy, held at Cranfield University, 23-24 September 1996, 1996, pp. p. 301-308 : 1 box, 2 fig., 1 tab.
WSSCC -Geneva, CH, Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council, Troisieme forum mondial : la population et l'eau - un partenariat vital : forum biennal du Conseil de concertation pour l'Approvisionnement en Eau et l'Assainissement, Barbade, 30 octobre - 3 novembre 1995 : rapport de la reunion. Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council, WSSCC, Geneva, Switzerland, p. iv, 36 p., 1996.

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