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2013
C. E. Stauber, Walters, A., de Aceituno, A. M. Fabiszewsk, and Sobsey, M. D., Bacterial contamination on household toys and association with water, sanitation and hygiene conditions in Honduras, International journal of environmental research and public health [Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health], pp. p. 1586 - 1597; 4 tab.; 1 fig., 2013.
S. V. Flanagan, Meng, X., and Zheng, Y., Increasing acceptance of chlorination for household water treatment: observations from Bangladesh, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 125 - 134; 3 tab.; 2 fig., 2013.
2012
M. C. Freeman, Greene, L. E., Dreibelbis, R., Saboori, S., Muga, R., Brumback, B., and Rheingans, R., Assessing the impact of a school-based water treatment, hygiene and sanitation programme on pupil absence in Nyanza Province, Kenya : a cluster-rand.., Tropical medicine and international health, pp. p. 380 - 391; 4 fig.; 5 tab., 2012.
K. Alexander, Trinies, V., and Awino, E., A handbook for water, sanitation and hygiene programs in primary schools . SWASH+ Kenya, Nairobi, Kenya, p. 26 p.; ill., 2012.
M. C. Freeman, Greene, L. E., Dreibelbis, R., Saboori, S., Muga, R., Brumback, B., and Rheingans, R., The impact of school WASH in absenteeism : can a school-based water treatment, hygiene and sanitation program influence pupil absenteeism?. CARE Kenya, Nairobi, Kenya, p. 1 p., 2012.
PATH -Washington, DC, US, New water filters for low-income households. PATH, Washington, DC, USA, p. 2 p.; 2 fig., 2012.
D. S. Lantagne and Clasen, T., Point of use water treatment in emergency response, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 30 - 52; 3 tab.; 3 fig., 2012.
V. Trinies and Dreibelbis, R., Roles and responsibilities : what are the best models for sustaining and maintaining school WASH facilities?. CARE Kenya, Nairobi, Kenya, p. 1 p.; 1 fig., 2012.
L. Petrik, Missengue, R., Fatoba, O., Tuffin, M., and Sachs, J., Silver - zeolite nano composite-based clay filters for water disinfection, vol. KV 297/12. Gezina: Water Research Commission, WRC, 2012, p. x, 67 p.; 29 fig.; 19 tab.
Alliance of Religions and Conservation - Bath, GB, ARC, Water treatment options : a hand-out for the ARC Water Schools Program. Alliance of Religions and Conservation, ARC, Bath, UK, p. 9 p.; ill., 2012.
S. Narain, Why cities cannot simply flush : infrastructure, Development and cooperation (D+C), pp. p. 152 - 154; 2 photographs, 2012.
2011
O. A. Heino, Takala, A. J., and Katko, T. S., Challenges to Finnish water and wastewater services in the next 20–30 years . European Water Association, EWA, Tampere, Finland, p. 20 p.; 1 fig., 2011.
PATH -Washington, DC, US, Chlorine test strips. PATH, Washington, DC, USA, p. 1 p., 2011.
A. Shaheed and Bruce, N., Combined household water treatment and indoor air pollution projects in urban Mambanda, Cameroon and rural Nyanza, Kenya : report of a mission to Mambanda, Cameroon and Nyanza, Kenya, carried out from 10 to 18 December 2009. World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, Switzerland, p. 79 p. : 3 boxes, 17 fig., 13 tab., 2011.
WHO -Geneva, CH, World Health Organization, Evaluating household water treatment options : health-based targets and microbiological performance specifications . Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization (WHO), 2011, p. v,59 p.; boxes; tab.; fig.
WHO -Geneva, CH, World Health Organization, Guidelines for drinking-water quality, 4th ed.th ed. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization (WHO), 2011, p. xxiii, 541 p.: fig., tab.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill -Chapel Hill, NC, US. Gillings School of Global Public Health. Water Institute, International Network on Household Water Treatment and Safe Storage newsletter . University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Gillings School of Global Public Health. Water Institute, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, 2011.
M. Murray, Newly designed ceramic water pot for low-income households. PATH, Washington, DC, USA, p. 13 p.; 3 fig.; 7 photographs; 11 boxes, 2011.
S. Wittet, Our end-users as co-designers : development of the safe water project reference design and design guidelines. PATH, Washington, DC, USA, p. 8 p.; 4 fig.;6 photographs, 2011.
Abt Associates -Cambridge, MA, US, Pakistan safe drinking water and hygiene promotion project (PSDW-HPP) : endline evaluation final report prepared for USAID. USAID, Washington, DC, USA, p. iv, 50 p. : fig., tab., 2011.
PATH -Washington, DC, US, PATH’s prototype water filter for household water treatment. PATH, Washington, DC, USA, p. 1 p., 2011.
WHO -Geneva, CH, World Health Organization, Safe drinking-water from desalination. World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, Switzerland, p. iv, 28 p. : 1 fig., 3 tab., 2011.
PATH -Washington, DC, US, Safe water : a market-based approach. PATH, Washington, DC, USA, p. 1 p., 2011.

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