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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.
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.
Nyarko, K.B., Dwumfour-Asare, B., Appiah-Effah, E., Moriarty, P.B., and Obuobisa-Darko, A., Life-cycle costs in Ghana: costs of rural and small town sanitation services, WASHCost Ghana briefing note series, vol. 3. IRC, The Hague, p. 12 p.; 3 fig.; 6 tab.; 2 photographs, 2011.
Lüthi, C., Morel, A., and Tilley, E., Integrate at the top, involve at the bottom – the household-centred approach to environmental sanitation, presented at the 2008-11-19, Delft, The Netherlands, 2008, p. 10 p.; ill.; 5 ref.; 3 fig.; 1 tab.; 4 images.
Brown, J., Sobsey, M.D., and Loomis, D., Local drinking water filters reduce diarrheal disease in Cambodia: a randomized, controlled trial of the ceramic water purifier, American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene, pp. p. 394-400 : 2 fig., 4 tab., 2008.
Heierli, U., Marketing safe water systems why it is so hard to get safe water to the poor – and so profitable to sell it to the rich . Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), Bern, Switzerland, p. 114 p. : fig., tab., 2008.
USAID Global Development Alliance -Washington, DC, US, Safe Drinking Water Alliance : experiences in Haiti, Ethiopia, and Pakistan : lessons for future water treatment programs. Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA, p. 75 p. : tab., 2008.
POUZN Project -Bethesda, MD, US, Best practices in social marketing safe water solution for household water treatment : lessons learned from Population Services International field programs, vol. no. 2. The Social Marketing Plus for Diarrheal Disease Control: Point-of-Use Water Disinfection and Zinc Treatment (POUZN) Project, Abt Associates, Bethesda, MD, USA, p. 65 p. : boxes, fig., photogr., tab., 2007.
Clasen, T., Household water treatment, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 15-18, 2006.
Kleinau, E., Post, M., and Rosensweig, F., Advancing hygiene improvement for diarrhea prevention : lessons learned, vol. no. 10. Environmental Health Project (EHP), Arlington, VA, USA, p. xi, 37 p., 2004.
Skinner, B., Shaw, R., and Water, Engineering and Development Centre -Loughborough, GB, WEDC, Technical brief no. 58 : household water treatment 1, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 15-18 : ill., 2 tab., 2003.
Shaw, R. and Skinner, B., Technical brief no. 59 : household water treatment 2, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 15-18 : 5 fig., 2003.
Sobsey, M.D., Managing water in the home : accelerated health gains from improved water supply. World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, Switzerland, p. vii, 70 p. : 21 tab., 2002.
CREPA -Ouagadougou, BF, Centre Regional pour l'Eau Potable et l'Assainissement a Faible Cout, Dispositif d'un poste d'eau potable : manuel de construction, d'installation, dútilisation et d'entretien. Centre Regional pour l'Eau Potable et l'Assainissement a Faible Cout (CREPA), Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, p. 25 p. : ill., 1998.
Ryan, F., How to convert sea water into drinking water : an easy-to-use manual. Bangalore, India: Books for Change, 1998, p. x, 43 p. : drwngs.
John, S. and Ahammed M., M., A simple household method for the removal of iron from water, Aqua : journal of water supply research and technology, 1998.
Brelet-Rueff, C., Helping children in the humid tropics : water education, vol. no. 11. UNESCO International Hydrological Programme, UNESCO-IHP, Paris, France, p. 64 p. : ill., photogr., 1997.
Wegelin, M. and Sommer, B., SODIS at the turning point : a technology ready for use, SANDEC news, pp. p. 1-10 : 5 fig., 3 tab., 2 photogr., 1997.
EAWAG -Duebendorf, CH, Swiss Federal Institute for Environmental Science and Technology and SANDEC -Duebendorf, CH, SODIS : solar water disinfection. Water and Sanitation in Developing Countries (SANDEC), Duebendorf, Switzerland, p. video (16 min.) : VHS Pal, 1997.