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P. Kov, Smets, S., Spears, D., and Vyas, S., Growing taller among toilets : evidence from changes in sanitation and child height in Cambodia, 2005-2010. S.n., S.l., p. 26 p.; 4 tab.; 1 fig., 2013.
E. Robson, Porter, G., Hampshire, K., and Munthali, A., Heavy loads : children's burdens of water carrying in Malawi, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 23 - 35; 4 fig.; 3 tab., 2013.
W. J. Kitinya, Hunger : no food, no health, Development and cooperation (D+C), pp. p. 146 - 147; 1 fig.; 1 photograph, 2013.
M. S. Islam, Mahmud, Z. H., P. Gope, S., R. Zaman, U., Hossain, Z., Islam, M. S., Mondal, D., Sharker, M. A. Y., Islam, K., Jahan, H., Bhuiya, A., Endtz, H. P., Cravioto, A., Curtis, V., Touré, O., and Cairncross, S., Hygiene intervention reduces contamination of weaning food in Bangladesh, Tropical medicine and international health, pp. p. 250 - 258, 2013.
USAID -Washington, DC, US, Integrating water, sanitation, and hygiene into nutrition programming. USAID, Washington, DC, USA, p. 6 p.; 1 fig.; 4 photographs, 2013.
United Nations -New York, NY, US, A new global partnership : eradicate poverty and transform economies through sustainable development : the report of the high-level panel of eminent... United Nations, New York, NY, USA, p. 69 p.; boxes, 2013.
D. Spears, Ghosh, A., and Cumming, O., Open defecation and childhood stunting in India : an ecological analysis of new data from 112 districts , PLoS one, p. 5 p.; 5 fig.; 3 tab., 2013.
U. Programme Division, Unicef cholera toolkit 2013. UNICEF, New York, NY, USA, p. 167 p.; ill.; tab.; fig., 2013.
Emergency Water, Sanitation and Hygiene group, EWASH, Children's right to water and sanitation , vol. 10. Emergency Water and Sanitation-Hygiene Group, EWASH, S.l., p. 4 p.; 2 photographs; 5 boxes; 1 drawing, 2011.
H. Blencowe, Cousens, S., Mullany, L. C., Lee, A. C. C., Kerber, K., Wall, S., Darmstadt, G. L., and Lawn, J. E., Clean birth and postnatal care practices to reduce neonatal deaths from sepsis and tetanus : a systematic review and delphi estimation of mortality effect, BioMed Central Public Health, p. 19 p.; 8 tab.; 5 fig., 2011.
S. Kumar and Vollmer, S., Does improved sanitation reduce diarrhea in children in rural India?, vol. 31808. Munich Personal RePEc Archive [MPRA], Munchen, Germany, p. 30 p.; 2 fig.; 6 tab., 2011.


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