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D. L. Owen, Pinsent Masons Water Yearbook 2008-2009, 10th ed. London, UK: Pinsent Masons, 2008, p. xviii, 471 p.
G. Hurst and Brown, C., A good place to start : the IDS knowledge services guide to finding development information online . Brighton, UK: Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex, 2006, p. 86 p.
N. L. V. E. W. I. N. - Rijswijk, Jaarboek voor de watersector in Nederland '05. Vereniging van Exploitanten van Waterleidingbedrijven in Nederland (VEWIN), Rijswijk, The Netherlands, p. 254 p., 2005.
NETWAS -Nairobi, KE, Network for Water and Sanitation, Nairobi river basin programme phase III : resource booklet on pollution monitoring activities. Network for Water and Sanitation International (NETWAS), Nairobi, Kenya, p. 87 p. : 9 boxes, 10 fig., 30 photogr., 2005.
R. Visser, Water branche 2006-2007. Nijgh Periodieken, Schiedam, The Netherlands, p. 134 p., 2005.
V. N. Water Supp Hanoi, Water & sanitation sector reference document : overview of organizations in Vietnam assisting water supply, sanitation and hygiene promotion. VUFO-NGO Resource Centre, Hanoi, Viet Nam, p. 81 p. : tab., 2005.
African Water Association -Abidjan, CI, Association Africaine de l'Eau, Annuaire AAE = AfWA yearbook 2004. African Water Association (Association africaine de l'Eau), Abidjan, Ivory Coast, p. 140 p., 2004.
Christian Relief and Development Organization -Addis Ababa, ET, CRDA and Arbaminch Water Technology Institue -Arbaminch, ET, AWTI, Members activity data [CRDA members active in water and sanitation]. Christian Relief and Development Association, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, p. 20 p., 2003.
C. H. United Nat Geneva, United Nations system : a guide for NGOs. United Nations Non-Governmental Liaison Service, Geneva, Switzerland, p. xi, 242 p., 2003.
F. R. U. N. E. S. C. O. - Paris and World Water Assessment Programme -Paris, France, WWAP, 23 UN partners (WWAP). UNESCO World Water Assessment Programme Secretariat, Paris, France, p. 17 p., 2002.
Overseas Development Institute -London, GB, ODI, AGREN : Agricultural Research and Extension Network : register of members 2002. Overseas Development Institute (ODI), London, UK, p. vi, 93 p., 2002.
EPA -Washington, DC, US, Sources of technical and financial assistance for small drinking water systems. US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Washington, DC, USA, p. 19 p. : photogr., 2002.
D. F. I. D. United Kin GB, Directory : the water and environmental sanitation sector in India : profiles of government and donor programmes. United Kingdom, Department for International Development, New Delhi, India, p. 211 p. : photograp., 2001.
C. Dietvorst, Water guide of institutions in the Netherlands. SNV Netherlands Development Organization, The Hague, The Netherlands, p. 142 p., 2001.
C. Dietvorst, Water related institutions in the Netherlands. SNV Netherlands Development Organization, The Hague, The Netherlands, p. 142 p., 2001.
P. K. N. G. O. Resour Karachi, Directory of intermediary NGOs in Pakistan. NGO Resource Centre, Karachi, Pakistan, p. xxiii, 173 p., 2000.
C. H. United Nat Geneva, The NGLS handbook of UN agencies, programmes, funds and conventions working for sustainable economic and social development. United Nations Non-Governmental Liaison Service, Geneva, Switzerland, p. xiii, 372 p., 2000.
Z. A. Mvula Trus Braamfontein, The Mvula Trust water and sanitation diary 1999. Mvula Trust, Braamfontein, South Africa, p. ca. 250 p. : fig., photogr., 1998.
B. D. N. G. O. Forum Dhaka, Watsan NGO Directory (ready reference). NGO Forum for Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation, Dhaka, Bangladesh, p. 271 p. : fig., tabs., 1998.
A. F. M. Litjens, Adressengids bibliotheken op het gebied van water in Nederland en Belgie : editie 1997-1998. Netherlands, Ministry of Transport and Public Works, Information Department, The Hague, The Netherlands, p. 97 p., 1997.
C. J. Irving, Gender and sustainable rural development : a resource directory. Coady International Institute, Antigonish, NS, Canada, p. iii, 53 p., 1996.


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