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UN-HABITAT -Nairobi, KE, United Nations Human Settlements Programme, HIV/AIDS checklist for water and sanitation projects. Nairobi, Kenya: UN-Habitat, United Nations Centre for Human Settlements, 2006, p. 23 p. : boxes, fig.
G. Howard, Godfrey, S., Niwagaba, C., and Gisagara, S., System assessment to development to develop water safety plans, in Towards the millennium development goals - actions for water and environmental sanitation : proceedings of the 29th WEDC conference, Abuja, Nigeria, 2003, Loughborough, UK, 2003, pp. p 130-133 : 2 fig.
L. Haile and Mamo, B., Gender mainstreaming guidelines and checklists for the water sector. Ethiopia, Ministry of Water Resources, Women's Affairs Department, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, p. v, 94 p., 2001.
E. Bolt and Fonseca, C., Keep it working : a field manual to support community management of rural water supplies, vol. no. 36. Delft, The Netherlands: IRC, 2001, p. 172 p. : boxes, ill.
E. Bolt and Fonseca, C., Pour un service continu : un manuel d'appui a la gestion communautaire de l'approvisionnement en eau en milieu rural, vol. no. 36. Delft, The Netherlands: IRC, 2001, p. 182 p. : boxes, ill.
N. A. C. Zimbabwe. ZW, Community based management of water supply and sanitation services in Zimbabwe : implementation guide. National Action Committee for Rural Water Supply and Sanitation, Harare, Zimbabwe, p. vi, ca. 31 p. : boxes, tabs., 2000.
G. B. Oxfam - Oxford, Guidelines for public health promotion in emergencies. Oxfam, Oxford, UK, p. 110 p., 2000.
B. D. D. A. N. I. D. A. - Dhaka and BD, D. P. H. E. Bangladesh, Working paper for mainstreaming gender in project planning and implementation. Bangladesh, Department of Public Health Engineering (DPHE), Dhaka, Bangladesh, p. 17 p., 1998.
BASICS -Arlington, VA, US, Controlling cholera : a checklist for planners. Basic Support for Institutionalizing Child Survival (BASICS), Arlington, VA, USA, p. 19 p., 1996.
F. Davidson and Acioly, C., Density in urban development, vol. no. 3. Lund University, Lund Centre for Habitat Studies, Lund, Sweden, p. 25 p : boxes, fig., tabs., 1996.
S. A. Reiff, Developing a tool to evaluate the planning process of a hygiene education programme for water supply and sanitation projects in developing countries. University of Leeds, Nuffield Institute for Health, Leeds, UK, p. 77 p. : 5 boxes, 15 fig., 4 tab., 1996.
R. Pfammatter and Schertenleib, R., Non-governmental refuse collection in low-income urban areas : lessons learned from selected schemes in Asia, Africa and Latin America, vol. no. 1/96. Water and Sanitation in Developing Countries (SANDEC), Duebendorf, Switzerland, p. iv, 70 p.: 11 fig., 10 photogr., 2 tab., 1996.
D. Narayan, Toward participatory research, vol. no. 307. Washington, DC, USA: World Bank, 1996, p. viii, 265 p. : boxes, ill., photogr.
V. Fernando, Water supply. London, UK: IT Publications, 1996, p. viii, 72 p.
Checklist for monitoring and evaluation, in Gender issues sourcebook for water and sanitation projects, 1995, pp. P. 64-70.