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U. K. Egger, Participation of decision-makers in networks for knowledge sharing : study report. SKAT (Swiss Centre for Development Cooperation in Technology and Management), St. Gallen, Switzerland, p. 49 p. : 11 boxes, 2005.
Reflection on NEWAH's learning 2004/2005 : NEWAH 13th annual staff meeting, 15 September 2005. p. ca. 100 p., 2005.
L. Gast, van der Krogt, S., Manhertz, H., and Moens, N., The ICT roundtable process : lessons learned from facilitating ICT-enabled development. International Institute for Communication and Development, IICD, The Hague, The Netherlands, p. 48 p. : boxes, 8 tab. , 2004.
P. H. Streams of City, Strategic plan 2004-2005 : Streams of Knowledge. IRC, Quezon City, The Philippines, p. 24 p. : photogr., 2004.
L. S. Lloyd, Best practices for dengue prevention and control in the Americas, vol. no. 7. Environmental Health Project (EHP), Arlington, VA, USA, p. xi, 106 p., 2003.
H. Besemer, Addison, C., and Ferguson, J., Fertile ground : opportunities for greater coherence in agricultural information systems, vol. no. 19. International Institute for Communication and Development, IICD, The Hague, The Netherlands, p. 46 p. : fig., tab., 2003.
L. S. Lloyd, Mejores prácticas para la prevención y el control del dengue en las Américas, vol. no. 7. Environmental Health Project (EHP), Arlington, VA, USA, p. xii, 127 p. : fig., tab., 2003.
S. O'Sullivan and Dutton, S., Resource centre manual : how to set up and manage a resource centre. Healthlink Worldwide, London, UK, p. 266 p. : ill., 2003.
M. Malkawi, CEHANET regional environmental health information network for improving access to water information in the Eastern Mediterranean Region (EMR). Centre for Environmental Health Activities (CEHA), Amman, Jordan, p. 9 p. : 2 tab., 2002.
P. Marker, McNamara, K., and Wallace, L., The significance of information and communication technologies for reducing poverty. United Kingdom, Department for International Development, London, UK, p. 67 p. : boxes, 2002.
O. Guene, GARNET : un réseau mondial de recherche appliquée en eau et assainissement, pp. p. 505-506, 2001.
N. Taggart and Hafkin, N., Gender, information technology and developing countries : an analytical study. Academy for Educational Development, Washington, DC, USA, p. v, 116 p. : photogr., 3 tab., 2001.
D. Saywell, Woodfield, J., and Cotton, A., Share and share alike : reflections on facilitating the Global Applied Research Network (GARNET). Water, Engineering and Development Centre, Loughborough University of Technology, WEDC, Loughborough, UK, p. 29 p., 2001.
N. J. W. Browne and Dietvorst, C., Ensuring public access to quality information through Resource Centres. IRC, Delft, The Netherlands, 2000.
N. Maharaj, Gender 21 : women's recommendations to the 2nd Ministerial Conference on Water. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: International Information Centre and Archives for the Women's Movement (IIAV), 2000, p. 38 p.
M. Juarez, Baume, E., and Standing, H., Gender and health equity resource folder. Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex, Brighton, UK, p. 99 p., 2000.
N. J. W. Browne and Cummings, S., A joint vision on water information : report on the foundation meeting of the FID water information special interest group. International Federation for Information and Documentation (FID), The Hague, The Netherlands, p. i, 11 p., 2000.
K. King, Towards knowledge-based aid : a new way of working or a new North-South divide?, Journal of international cooperation in education, pp. p. 23-48, 2000.
R. Bourne, Universities and development : a report on the socioeconomic role of universities in the developing countries of the Commonwealth. London, UK: Association of Commonwealth Universities, 2000, p. 118 p. : 7 tab.


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