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2001
A. K. Biswas, Faruqui, N. I., and Bino, M. J., Water management in Islam. Tokyo, Japan: United Nations University Press, 2001, p. xxiv, 149 p.
1997
M. H. Khayat, Environmental health : an Islamic perspective, vol. no. 7. Alexandria, Egypt: World Health Organization Eastern Mediterranean Regional Office, 1997, p. 32 p.
1996
A. F. Al-Sheikh, Water and sanitation in Islam, vol. no. 2. Alexandria, Egypt: World Health Organization Eastern Mediterranean Regional Office, 1996, p. 27 p.
1994
H. Thijssen, Women and Islam in muslim societies, vol. no. 7. The Hague, The Netherlands: Netherlands, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, DGIS, Information Department, 1994, p. 138 p.: photogr.
A. Schuurmans, Women and purdah : the position of women involved in a low-cost sanitation project in Quetta, Pakistan, vol. no. 36. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Free University Amsterdam, Institute of Cultural Anthropology, 1994, p. viii, 97 p.: 3 boxes, 5 fig., 1 graph, 17 tab.
1986
M. Strauss and Cross, P., Health aspects of nightsoil and sludge use in agriculture and aquaculture. Part I : Existing practices and beliefs in the utilization of human excreta ; Part II : Pathogen survival, vol. no. 04/85. International Reference Centre for Waste Disposal, Duebendorf, Switzerland, p. ca. 150 p.: fig., tab., 1986.
1984
M. Yacoob, Women and participation in health education for water and santitation : an operational approach for Moslem communities, presented at the 1984-01-01, Washington, DC, USA, 1984, Draft., p. 14 p., 17 p. ill.