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2011
Whaley, L. 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.
Nguyen, H.H., 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.
2010
Heath, T., 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.
2009
Galbraith, C. 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.
Chambers, R., 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.
Asian Development Bank -Manila, PH, 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.
Mukherjee, N., 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.
Bakalian, A. 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.
2008
Dacanay, M.R., Demand-responsive approach to water supply and sanitation. Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines, p. 4 p., 2008.
Whittington, D., 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.
Sijbesma, C., Sanitation and hygiene in South Asia : progress and challenges, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 184-204 : photogr., 2008.
Sijbesma, C., 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.
Deak, A., 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.
2007
Sanan, D. 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.
Lüthi, C., 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.
Heierli, U. 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.
Epitu, J. 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.
2006
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.
Kome, A., Introduction to collaborative water management. SNV Netherlands Development Organization, The Hague, The Netherlands, p. 93 p. : 29 boxes, 8 fig., 6 tab., 2006.
Carter, R., 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.
Jasko, C., 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.
2005
Grijpstra, B., Learning from Ghogha. Part II : reflective note. Water and Sanitation Management Organization, WASMO, Gandhinagar, India, p. 10 p., 2005.
2004
Fawcett, B., 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.
Jones, D., Community-focussed partnerships : unpacking sustainability. Business Partners for Development (BPD) Water and Sanitation Cluster, London, UK, p. 8 p., 2004.

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