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S. Gabizon, Reducing effects of polluted drinking water on children's health in rural Romania. Women in Europe for a Common Future (WECF), Utrecht, The Netherlands, p. 6 p., 2003.
WHO -Geneva, CH, World Health Organization, Safe recreational water environments. Volume 1. Coastal and fresh waters. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization (WHO), 2003, p. xxxii, 219 p. : boxes, tab.
Q. I. Chowdhury, State of world water 2003. Dhaka, Bangladesh: World Water Forum of Journalists, 2003, p. 322 p.: photogr.
C. F. Lanata and Lima, P. E. Instituto, Studies of food hygiene and diarrhoeal disease, International journal of environmental health research, pp. p. S175-S183 : 2 tab., 2003.
T. Department TR, Turkey country report : prepared for the 3rd World Water Forum, March 2003. Marseille, France: World Water Council, 2003, p. 144 p. : boxes, fig., tab.
I. Simmers, Understanding water in a dry environment : hydrological processes in arid and semi-arid zones, vol. no. 23. Lisse, The Netherlands: A.A. Balkema, 2003, p. xvi, 341 p. : fig., tab.
S. Bounda and Okuthe, R. F., Water for the future : an annotated bibliography for World Water Day and the International Year of Freshwater. Nairobi, Kenya: UNEP, United Nations Environment Programme, 2003, p. iii, 138 p.
N. L. Plan Neder Amsterdam, Water, het blauwe goud : de waterfilmploeg in Kenia. Plan Nederland, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, p. Video (? min) : VHS, 2003.
H. Nguyen Duc and Truong, T. Phuoc, Water resources and environment in and around Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Electronic Green Journal, p. 14 p. : 1 fig., 2003.
M. Suleymanova, Access to water in developing countries, vol. no. 178. United Kingdom, Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology, London, UK, p. 4 p. : boxes, 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.
M. F. Ahmed and Ahmed, C. M., Arsenic mitigation in Bangladesh : an outcome of the International Workshop on Arsenic Mitigation in Bangladesh, Dhaka, 14-16 Jan 2002. Bangladesh, Ministry of Local Government Rural Development and Cooperatives, Dhaka, Bangladesh, p. xvi, 189 p. : fig., tab., 2002.
M. Barlow and Clarke, T., Blue gold : the battle against corporate theft of the world's water. London, UK: Earthscan, 2002, p. xviii, 278 p.
R. Rojas, Guía para la vigilancia y control de la calidad del agua para consumo humano. CEPIS (Centro Panamericano de Ingenieria Sanitaria y Ciencias del Ambiente), Lima, Peru, p. 336 p., 2002.
S. Africa. De ZA, Managing the water quality effects of settlements : an interactive guide to implementation. South Africa, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Pretoria, South Africa, p. CD-ROM, 2002.
WHO -Geneva, CH, World Health Organization, Protection of the human environment : water, sanitation and health : expert consultation on preparation of supporting documents for the updating of microbial aspects of WHO guidelines for drinking water quality, Loughborough, UK, 18th - 23rd November 2001. World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, Switzerland, p. iv, 7 p. + 14 p. annexes, 2002.
C. Cuadra, Miel, R., and David, D., Troubled waters. Luxembourg, Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2002, p. 40 p. : ill.
W. van der Hoek, M. Hassan, U., Ensink, J. H. J., Feenstra, S., Raschid-Sally, L., Munir, S., Aslam, R., Ali, N., Hussain, R., Matsuno, Y., and International Water Management Institute -Battaramulla, LK, IWMI, Urban wastewater : a valuable resource for agriculture : a case study from Haroonabad, Pakistan, vol. no. 63. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI), 2002, p. 29 p. : 3 fig., 8 tab.
B. F. Ecole Inte Ouagoudougou, Valorisation et gestion durable des systèmes hydrauliques pour une santé et une productivité améliorées dans les régions chaudes: Sustainable water resource management health and productivity in hot climates. Société Générale d'Imprimérie du Faso (SOGIF), Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, p. 635 p. : fig., map, tabs., 2002.
J. Bartram, Thyssen, N., Gowers, A., Pond, K., and Lack, T., Water and health in Europe : a joint report from the European Environment Agency and the WHO Regional Office for Europe, vol. no. 93. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization (WHO), 2002, p. xxiii, 222 p. : boxes, fig., tab.
Z. Central Bo ZM and Lusaka, Z. M. U. N. I. C. E. F. -, Water, sanitation and hygiene education (WASHE) ; training manual for rural communities. Zambia, Ministry of Health, Central Board of Health, Lusaka, Zambia, p. iv, 69 p. + 21 p. annexes : fig., tab., 2002.
K. B. Showers, Water scarcity and urban Africa : an overview of urban-rural water linkages, World development, pp. p. 621-648 : 8 tab., 2002.
V. Vargas, Restrepo, M., and Galvis, G., Aspectos conceptuales sobre el plan de monitoreo en una fuente superficial de agua. CINARA, Cali, Colombia, p. 11 p., 2001.
S. Gupta, India : mainstreaming environment for sustainable development. Manila, Philippines: Asian Development Bank, 2001, p. xii, 98 p. : boxes, fig., tabs.
L. Roberts, Chartier, Y., Chartier, O., Malenga, G., Toole, M., and Rodka, H., Keeping clean water clean in a Malawi refugee camp : a randomized intervention trial, Bulletin of the World Health Organization, pp. p. 280-287 : 3 fig., 3 tab., 2001.