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2003
Sharma, S., Rainwater harvesting has yet to protect India from drought, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 22-24, 1 box, 1 photogr., 2003.
Chopra, R., Survival lessons : Himalayan Jal Sanskriti. Peoples' Science Institute, Dehra Dun, India, p. 66 p. : photogr., 1 tab., 2003.
Centre Franco-Japonais Alliance Francaise d'Osaka -Osaka, JP, Water and cultural diversity : an examination of water in Japanese, Arabic, European and African cultures. Centre Franco-Japonais Alliance Francaise d'Osaka, Osaka, Japan, p. 23 p. : 34 photogr., 2003.
2001
Agarwal, A., Narain, S., and Khurana, I., Making water everybody's business : practice and policy of water harvesting. New Delhi, India: Centre for Science and Environment, 2001, p. vi, 456 p. : fig., maps, photogr., tab.
UN-HABITAT -Nairobi, KE, United Nations Human Settlements Programme, Water education in African cities : report of an expert group meeting : Johannesburg, South Africa, 30 April - 2 May 2001. UN-Habitat, United Nations Centre for Human Settlements, Nairobi, Kenya, p. vi, 243 p. :fig., tab., 2001.
2000
Hendrikse, M., And from water we created every living thing : a study about actors and factors influencing the behaviour of Dhamari farmers with regard to water distribution in Yemen, vol. no. 97. Nijmegen, The Netherlands: Centre for International Development Issues (CIDIN), 2000, p. x, 124 p. : 9 boxes, 1 fig., 6 tab.
Chettri, M., Chronicle of a journey foretold, Down to earth, pp. p. 24-26 : boxes, photogr., 2000.
Otte, C.C., Playing with the essence of life : thesis about organisation control and disputes over the interrelated issues of water and land in a Moroccan oasis village. Free University Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, p. xiii, 151 p. + 8 appendices (19 p.) : 15 photogr., 5 maps, 2000.
Lankester, T., Campbell, I.D., and Rader, A.D., Setting up community health programmes : a practical manual for use in developing countries, Second edition. Oxford, UK: Macmillan Education, 2000, p. ix, 333 p. : fig., photogr.
1999
Rao, A. and Hashemi, S.M., Institutional take-off or snakes and ladders : dynamics and sustainability of local-level organisations in rural Bangladesh, vol. no. 30. Oxford, UK: INTRAC, International NGO Training and Research Centre, 1999, p. II, 62 p. : fig.
1997
Helvoort, T. van, Analysis on health services in Netrakona Thana. COV, Dhaka, Bangladesh, p. ca. 75 p. : map, 1 tabel, 1997.
Zana, Z.C.N., Building on peace - upgrading water and sanitation technology in Mozambique, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 21-23 : 2 fig., 1 map, 2 photogr., 1997.
Frohlich, U., Wacker, C., and Regallet, G., Indigenous water management systems: from local practices to policy reform. WSSCC Working Group on Community Management and Partnerships with Civil Society, Geneva, Switzerland, p. 37 p. [loose leaf], 1997.
Taylor, P., Whose water supply? : costs, management, and maintenance in southern Africa, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 6-8 : 5 photogr., 1997.
1994
Balochistan (Province). Local Government and Rural Development Department -PK, Hand dug well improvement, traditional water storage and biological water quality, vol. no. 1. Pakistan, Local Government & Rural Development Dept., Water & Sanitation Cell, Quetta, Pakistan, p. 16: 1 fig., 6 tab., 1994.
Balochistan (Province). Local Government and Rural Development Department -PK, Latrine design options : user group demand and adoption, vol. no. 2. Pakistan, Local Government & Rural Development Dept., Water & Sanitation Cell, Quetta, Pakistan, p. iii, 40 p.: drwngs., tab., 1994.
Nyangeri Nyanchaga, E., Rehabilitation of hand-dug wells and springs, Aqua : journal of water supply research and technology, pp. p. 233-237: 2 fig., 5 tab., 1994.
Ulluwishewa, R.K., Women's indigenous knowledge of water management in Sri Lanka, Indigenous knowledge and development monitor, pp. p. 17-19, 1994.

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