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Curtis, V., De Barra, M., and Aunger, R., Disgust as an adaptive system for disease avoidance behaviour, Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London : series B, Biological sciences, pp. p. 389 - 401; 2 fig., 2011.
Action Against Hunger International Network -Paris, FR. Technical Department, ACF, Join up, scale up : how integration can defeat disease and poverty. Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council, WSSCC, S.l., p. 20 p.; ill., 2011.
World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe, Copenhagen DK, Policy guidance on water-related disease surveillance. World Health Organization (WHO), Copenhagen, Denmark, p. 28 p.; 1 fig., 2011.
Oko-Williams, A., Lambongang, J., and Bundle, N., Revitalising community-led total sanitation : a process guide. WaterAid, London, UK, p. 26 p.; 6 photographs, 2011.
WHO -Geneva, CH, World Health Organization, Sixty-fourth World Health Assembly, 24 May 2011, agenda item 13.11 : eradication of dracunculiasis. World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, Switzerland, p. 2 p., 2011.
WHO -Geneva, CH, World Health Organization, Sixty-fourth World Health Assembly, 24 May 2011, agenda item 13.9 : cholera: mechanism for control and prevention. World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, Switzerland, p. 3 p., 2011.
WaterAid -London, GB, South Asian people’s perspective on sanitation : synthesis review : Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. WaterAid, London, UK, p. 52 p.; ill.; photographs, 2011.
Funari, E., Kistemann, T., Herbst, S., and Rechenburg, A., Technical guidance on water-related disease surveillance. World Health Organization (WHO), Copenhagen, Denmark, p. v, 122 p.; 18 tab.; 21 fig., 2011.
Fadul, E. and Reed, B., Domestic water supply options in Gezira irrigation scheme, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 108-123 : 3 fig., 2 tab., 2010.
Shabnam, L., The practice of handwashing.. : paper presented at the South Asia Hygiene Practitioners Workshop, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1 to 4 February 2010, in South Asia Sanitation and Hygiene practitioners' workshop papers, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2010, p. 15 p; ill.; 4 tab.; 1 fig.
Rwanda. Ministry of Health -RW, Roadmap for CBEHPP : Community-Based Environmental Health Promotion Programme. Rwanda, Ministry of Health, Environmental Health Desk, Kigali, Rwanda, p. 22 p.; ill.; tab.;fig.; photographs, 2010.
Bongartz, P., Musyoki, S.M., Milligan, A., and Ashley, H., Si la merde m’était contée : l’assainissement total piloté par la communauté en Afrique, vol. 61. International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), London, UK, p. 238 p.; tab., 2010.
Roose, S., Spijksma, E., Daalen, T. van, and Singeling, M., Smart hygiene solutions: examples of hygiene methods and tools and tips. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: KIT Publishers, 2010, p. 56 p. : boxes, 8 fig., photogr.
Wannak, L., Talukder, A., Saroeun, P., Koporc, K., and Helen Keller International – Cambodia, A strong foundation : revising Cambodia’s national school health curriculum to prevent and control intestinal worms : school focus in Cambodia, in Sharing experiences: effective hygiene promotion in South-East Asia and the Pacific, 2010, pp. P. 65-70; 3+3 refs.; 2 tab.; 7 photographs; 1 map.
Development Alternatives -Washington, DC, US, Analysis of effect of 4 key behaviors on diarrhea prevention. USAID Environmental Services Program, Jakarta, Indonesia, p. 24 p. : 5 fig., 4 tab., 2009.
Jeuland, M. and Whittington, D., Cost–benefit comparisons of investments in improved water supply and cholera vaccination programs, Vaccine, pp. p. 3109-3120 : 6 fig., 2 tab., 2009.
WHO -Geneva, CH, World Health Organization, Dengue and dengue haemorrhagic fever, vol. no. 117. World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, Switzerland, p. 4 p., 2009.
White Johansson, E. and Wardlaw, T., Diarrhoea : why children are still dying and what can be done. New York, NY, USA: UNICEF, 2009, p. v, 58 p. : tab.
Stauber, C.E., Ortiz, G.M., Loomis, D.P., and Sobsey, M.D., A randomized controlled trial of the concrete biosand filter and its impact on diarrheal disease in Bonao, Dominican Republic, American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene, pp. p. 286-293 : 2 fig., 6 tab., 2009.