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2013
H. I. Abdel-Shafy and Mansour, M. S. M., Overview on water reuse in Egypt : present and future, Selected contributions from the first WATERBIOTECH conference, from 9-11 October 2012 in Cairo, Egypt, pp. p. 17 - 25; 5 fig.; 3 tab., 2013.
2011
E. M. A. E. Lateef, Hall, J. E., Farrag, M. A. A., and Farrag, A. A., Agro-economic studies on wastewater reuse in developing marginal areas in West Delta, Egypt, International journal of water resources and arid environments, pp. P. 110 - 115; 6 tab.; 2 fig., 2011.
N. M. Loutfy, Reuse of wastewater in Mediterranean Region, Egyptian experience, in Waste water treatment and reuse in the Mediterranean region, 2011, pp. P. 183-214 : 3 boxes, 8 fig., 5 tab.
2007
E. G. E. M. P. O. W. E. R. S. E. Cairo, All that's good. EMPOWERS Partnership, Amman, Jordan, p. DVD, 30 min., 2007.
M. Abu-Elseoud, Al-Zoubi, R., Mizyed, B., Abd-Alhadi, F. T., Barghout, M., De la Harpe, J., and Schouten, T., Doing things differently : stories about local water governance in Egypt, Jordan and Palestine. Amman, Jordan: Inter-Islamic Network on Water Resources Development and Management, INWRDAM, 2007, p. 99 p. : photogr.
Mof Foreign Denmark, Nijmegen, N. L. Royal Hask, IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, The Hague, NL, Ecorys, and Copenhagen, D. K. Copenhagen, Evaluation of Danish support to water supply and sanitation (1999-2005). Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, Copenhagen, Denmark, p. 118 p.; 17 refs., 2007.
P. S. E. M. P. O. W. E. R. S. P. Ramallah, Nor any drop to drink : earth report. EMPOWERS Partnership, Amman, Jordan, p. DVD, 23 min., 2007.
2002
E. Ministry o EG, Adopted measures to face major challenges in the Egyptian water sector. World Water Council, Marseille, France, p. v, 39 p. : 22 fig., 9 tab., 2002.
P. B. Moriarty, Visscher, J. T., Saade, L., and Blokland, M. W., Sector wide approaches for water and sanitation development. Netherlands, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Hague, The Netherlands, p. ix, 110 p. : fig., 2002.
2001
D. General fo DGIS, Achieving water security. Netherlands, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Hague, The Netherlands, p. 47 p. : photogr., 2001.
2000
Mof Foreign Netherlands, Institutional development : Netherlands support to the water sector 1988-1998, vol. no. 284. The Hague, The Netherlands: Netherlands, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 2000, p. vi, 138 p. : tab.
1999
United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia -Beirut, LB, ESCWA, Development of non-conventional water resources. United Nations, New York, NY, USA, p. ix, 67 p. : 6 fig., 19 tab., 1999.
L. J. O'Toole and Sencer, D. J., Institutional lessons learned in environmental health programs, vol. no. 8. Environmental Health Project (EHP), Arlington, VA, USA, p. xi, 35 p. : 1 tab., 1999.
S. M. K. Donkor and Wolde, Y., Integrated water resources management : issues and options in selected African countries. United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, p. iv, 71 p. : 3 tab., 1999.
R. Dubbeldam and Bijlmakers, L., Sector-wide approaches for health development : Dutch field experiences in international co-operation, vol. no. 11. The Hague, The Netherlands: Netherlands, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1999, p. 155 p. : boxes, 1 fig.
1998
D. General fo DGIS, Egypt : evaluation of the Netherlands Development Programme with Egypt, 1975 - 1996. 2. Main report. The Hague, The Netherlands: Netherlands, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, NEDA, 1998, p. xiii, 252 p. : 11 fig., 4 maps, 21 tab.

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