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A. Parker, How can water and sanitation services to the urban poor be scaled up?. Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor, WSUP, S.l., p. 13 p.; 15 boxes, 2009.
M. Powell and Lindsay, J., MDG's and human resource development : a case study of the water, sanitation and hygiene sectors in South Africa. Centre for Employment Initiatives, The, CEI, Llangollen, UK, p. 62 p.; 7 fig.; 25 tab., 2009.
G. E. Louis and Magpili, L., A life-cycle capacity-based approach to allocating investments in municipal sanitation infrastructure, Structure and infrastructure engineering, pp. p. 121-131 : 2 fig., 13 tab., 2007.
D. Redhouse, Getting to boiling point : turning up the heat on water and sanitation. WaterAid, London, UK, p. 40 p. boxes, 6 fig., 16 tab., 2005.
J. E. M. Smet and Terry, B., Report of fourth backstopping mission to the Netherlands-supported water supply programmes in Namibia, vol. no. 4. IRC, The Hague, The Netherlands, p. iii, 21 p. + appendices (ca. 50 p.) : tab., 1997.
C. Pieck, Catchment and storage of rainwater. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: TOOL, 1985, p. 52 p.: fig.
D. Desjeux, L'eau : quels enjeux pour les societes rurales : Amerique centrale, Afrique, France, Moyen-Orient. Paris, France: Harmattan, 1985, p. 220 p.
J. Briscoe, Evaluating pump characteristics in developing countries, Civil engineering/ASCE, pp. p. 58-61: tab., 1984.
P. V. Hebert, Staged upgrading of water supply and sanitation services in developing countries. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, p. xiii, 246 p.: fig., tab., 1984.
Global Water Partnership - Stockholm, SE, GWP, Development lessons from water management. Global Water Partnership (GWP), Stockholm, Sweden, p. 8 p.; ill.; fig.; photographs.
F. R. U. N. E. S. C. O. - Paris, Engineering : issues, challenges and opportunities for development. UNESCO, Paris, France, p. 396 p.; photographs; boxes; fig.; tab.
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