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2013
Kürschner-Pelkmann, F., Africa : conflict over water, Development and cooperation (D+C), pp. p. 301-303, 2013.
Gyawali, D., Reflecting on the chasm between water punditry and water politics, Water alternatives : an interdisciplinary journal on water, politics and development, pp. p. 177 - 194, 2013.
2010
Properzi, F., Looking through the GLAAS : Netherlands stakeholder meeting, DGIS, The Hague, 8 June 2010. World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, Switzerland, p. 33 slides, 2010.
Properzi, F. and Swann, P., Looking through the GLAAS : [presentation to the] ministerial dialogue on sanitation and water, Washington DC, 22 April 2010. World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, Switzerland, p. 24 slides, 2010.
WHO and UN-Water, UN-Water global annual assessment of sanitation and drinking-water (GLAAS) 2010: targeting resources for better results, vol. 2010. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization (WHO), 2010, p. viii, 90 p. : boxes, fig., tab.
2007
International Water Management Institute -Battaramulla, LK, IWMI, Does food trade save water ? The potential role of food trade in water scarcity mitigation, vol. no. 25. Putting research into action. International Water Management Institute (IWMI), Colombo, Sri Lanka, p. 7 p. : boxes, 4 fig., 1 tab., 2007.
UNDP -New York, NY, US, Human development report 2007 / 2008 : fighting climate change : human solidarity in a divided world. New York, NY, USA: Palgrave Macmillan Publishers, 2007, p. xvi, 384 p. : 34 boxes, 38 fig., 2 maps, 14 tab.
Uytewaal, E. and Dietvorst, C., Inventory of available information on SWAPs in the water sector : literature overview for DGIS. IRC, Delft, The Netherlands, p. 59 p., 2007.
Bucknall, J., Making the most of scarcity : accountability for better water management results in the Middle East and North Africa, vol. no. 5. Washington, DC, USA: World Bank, 2007, p. xxix, 235 p. : 14 boxes, 62 fig., 4 maps, 28 tab.
House, S., Sustainability and disengagement strategies : WASH interventions in vulnerable contexts : Liberia with a focus on exit strategies : fieldwork - 2 of 4 : research findings and feedback. Action Against Hunger International Network, ACF, Paris, France, p. 193 p.; boxes; tab.; fig.;, 2007.
Action Contre la Faim International -Paris, FR, Sustainability and disengagement strategies : WASH interventions in vulnerable contexts : presentation to ACF [Acton Contre la Faim] France, Paris, december 2007 . Action Against Hunger International Network, ACF, Paris, France, p. PPT, 31 slides, 2007.
House, S., Sustainability and disengagement strategies : WASH interventions in vulnerable contexts : ACF Laos - Cambodia country missions : fieldwork - 1 of 4 : research findings and feedback. Action Against Hunger International Network, ACF, Paris, France, p. 138 p.; boxes; tab.; fig.;, 2007.
House, S., Sustainability and disengagement strategies : WASH interventions in vulnerable contexts : Colombia with a focus on insecure contexts, management models, income generation and additional research on disaster risk reduction and gender and equity : fieldwork. Action Against Hunger International Network, ACF, Paris, France, p. 190 p.; boxes; tab.; fig.;, 2007.
House, S., Sustainability and disengagement strategies : WASH interventions in vulnerable contexts : Kenya with a focus on working with pastoralist communities, chronic situations and drylands, gender and management models : fieldwork - 3 of 4 : research findings an. Action Against Hunger International Network, ACF, Paris, France, p. 199 p.; boxes; tab.; fig.;, 2007.
2005
United Kingdom. Department for International Development -GB, DFID, Update on DFID's work in water and sanitation since the Water Action Plan. United Kingdom, Department for International Development, London, UK, p. 8 p. : boxes, 2005.

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