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L. Whaley and Webster, J., The effectiveness and sustainability of two demand-driven sanitation and hygiene approaches in Zimbabwe, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 20-36 : 5 fig., 5 tab., 2011.
H. H. Nguyen, Integrating sanitation marketing into a national program : a case study in Vietnam. International Water Centre, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, p. vi, 61 p. : 4 boxes, 14 fig., 7 tab., 2011.
T. Heath, Pragmatic but principled : background report on integrated water resource management. Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor, WSUP, London, UK, p. 17 p. : 3 boxes; 2 fig.; 1 tab., 2010.
C. Galbraith and Thomas, A., Community approaches to total sanitation: based on case studies from India, Nepal, Sierra Leone, Zambia. UNICEF, New York, NY, USA, p. 27 p. : boxes, fig., photogr., 2009.
R. Chambers, Going to scale with community-led total sanitation : reflections on experience, issues and ways forward, vol. no. 1. Brighton, UK: Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex, 2009, p. 50 p. : 3 boxes, 1 fig, 3 tab.
P. H. Asian Deve Manila, India's sanitation for all : how to make it happen, vol. no. 18. Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines, p. 24 p. : 2 boxes, 3 fig., photogr., 1 tab., 2009.
N. Mukherjee, Learning at scale : total sanitation and sanitation marketing project : Indonesia country update June 2009. Water and Sanitation Program - East Asia and the Pacific, WSP-EAP, Jakarta, Indonesia, p. 21 p. : 6 boxes, 5 fig., 2009.
A. Bakalian and Wakeman, W., Post-construction support and sustainability in community-managed rural water supply : case studies in Peru, Bolivia, and Ghana, vol. no. 18. World Bank, Washington, DC, USA, p. xvii, 114 p. : 2 boxes, 1 fig., 38 tab., 2009.
M. R. Dacanay, Demand-responsive approach to water supply and sanitation. Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines, p. 4 p., 2008.
D. Whittington, Davis, J., Prokopy, L., Komives, K., Thorsten, R., Lukacs, H., Bakalian, A., and Wakeman, W., How well is the demand-driven, community management model for rural water supply systems doing? : evidence from Bolivia, Peru, and Ghana, vol. no. 22. Manchester, UK: Brooks World Poverty Institute, University of Manchester, 2008, p. 25 p. : 5 tab.
C. Sijbesma, Sanitation and hygiene in South Asia : progress and challenges, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, vol. 27, no. 3, pp. 184-204 : photogr., 2008.
C. Sijbesma, Sanitation and hygiene in South Asia : progress and challenges : summary paper of the South Asian Sanitation and Hygiene Practitioners' Workshop org.., in South Asia Sanitation and Hygiene practitioners' workshop papers, 2008, pp. p. 358 - 400; 2 tab.; 2 fig.; 6 boxes.
A. Deak, Taking community-led total sanitation to scale : movement, spread and adaptation, vol. no. 298. Brighton, UK: Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex, 2008, p. 45 p. : 1 fig., 2 tab.
D. Sanan and Moulik, S. G., Community-led total sanitation in rural areas : an approach that works. Water and Sanitation Program - South Asia, New Delhi, India, p. 12 p. : 4 boxes, 3 fig., 1 tab., 2007.
C. Lüthi, Schertenleib, R., and Tilley, E., The household-centred environmental sanitation approach, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 2-4 : 1 fig., 2 photogr., 2007.
U. Heierli and Frias, J., One fly is deadlier than 100 tigers : total sanitation as a business and community action in Bangladesh and elsewhere. Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), Bern, Switzerland, p. 109 p. : fig., tab., 2007.
J. Epitu and Kayaga, S., Training for real : strategic training and capacity building for Uganda water sector, in Sustainable development of water resources, water supply and environmental sanitation : 32nd WEDC conference, Colombo, Sri Lanka, 13-17 November 2006 : conference proceedings, 2007, pp. P. 133-136.
World Bank. Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Board -Washington, DC, US., A demand driven approach in service delivery : the community water and sanitation program in Ghana. World Bank Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Board, Washington, DC, USA, p. 3 p. : 3 tab., 2006.
A. Kome, Introduction to collaborative water management. SNV Netherlands Development Organization, The Hague, The Netherlands, p. 93 p. : 29 boxes, 8 fig., 6 tab., 2006.
R. Carter, Investigating options for self-help water supply : from field research to pilot interventions in Uganda . Water and Sanitation Program - African Region, Nairobi, Kenya, p. 15 p. : 1 box, 1 fig., photogr., 2 tab., 2006.
C. Jasko, So close to the city, so far from the pipes : the governance of water & sanitation and the peri-urban poor. Development Planning Unit, University College London, London, UK, p. 11 p. : 16 boxes, 2006.
B. Grijpstra, Learning from Ghogha. Part II : reflective note. Water and Sanitation Management Organization, WASMO, Gandhinagar, India, p. 10 p., 2005.
B. Fawcett, Manase, G., and Mulenga, M., Building links for improved sanitation in poor urban settlements : recommendations from research in southern Africa. Southampton, UK: Institute of Irrigation and Development Studies (IIDS), University of Southampton, 2004, p. xii, 71 p. : boxes, fig., photogr., tab.
D. Jones, Community-focussed partnerships : unpacking sustainability. Business Partners for Development (BPD) Water and Sanitation Cluster, London, UK, p. 8 p., 2004.


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