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J. A. Butterworth, Moriarty, P. B., Batchelor, C. H., Reddy, Y. V. Malla, James, A. J., Pollard, S., Smits, S. J., Reddy, G. V., and Renula, B., Resources, infrastructure, demands and entitlements (RIDe): a framework for holistic and problem-focussed water resources assessments, vol. no. 10. Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich, Chatham, UK, p. 32 p. : 2 boxes, 7 fig., 7 tab., 2004.
S. W. Bunting, Wastewater aquaculture and livelihoods in peri-urban Kolkata, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 19-21 : 3 photogr., 2004.
J. Soussan and Frans, D., The water and poverty initiative : what we can learn and what we must do, vol. no. 3. Manila, Philippines: Asian Development Bank, 2004, p. 27p. : 9 boxes.
S. Paranjape and Joy, K. J., Water sustainable and efficient use. Ahmedabad, India: Centre for Environmental Education (CEE), 2004, p. 76 p. : fig., tabs.
C. Buxton, Who benefits? : the monitoring and evaluation of development programmes in Central Asia : second annual conference report, INTRAC in Central Asia (April 2003), vol. no. 42. INTRAC, International NGO Training and Research Centre, Oxford, UK, p. 60 p. , 2004.
G. B. Oxfam - Oxford, Women in Europe for a Common Future -Utrecht, NL, WECF, Gender and Water Alliance -Dieren, NL, GWA, Commission, T. Huairou, -International, G., Women, N. Council of, and CSD-1, 2, W. 'sMajor Grou, Women, water, sanitation and human settlements : on track or distracted. Woman's Environment and Development Organization (WEDO), New York, NY, USA, p. 15 p., 2004.
D. A. Andreassen and Mikkelsen, B. H., Bibliography on participation and participatory methods in development work and research, vol. No. 03.3. Institute for International Studies (IIS), Copenhagen, Denmark, p. 23 p., 2003.
M. P. Torres, Kleinau, E., Post, M., Kolesar, R., Gil, C., and de la Cruz, V., Combining hygiene behavior change with water and sanitation: monitoring progress in Hato Mayor, Dominican Republic, vol. no. 120. Environmental Health Project (EHP), Arlington, VA, USA, p. xiii, 41 p., [16] p. annexes : 5 fig., 16 tab., 2003.
T. Schouten and Moriarty, P. B., Community water, community management : from system to service in rural areas. London, UK: ITDG Publishing, 2003, p. xvi, 192 p. : 24 boxes, 7 fig., 7 maps, 7 tab.
CREPA -Ouagadougou, BF, Centre Regional pour l'Eau Potable et l'Assainissement a Faible Cout, Contribution du CREPA à la lutte contre la pauvreté dans la dynamique de la Décentralisation. Centre Regional pour l'Eau Potable et l'Assainissement a Faible Cout (CREPA), Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, p. Video (23 min.) VSH PAL, 2003.
J. Parkinson and Tayler, K., Decentralized wastewater management in peri-urban areas in low-income countries, Environment and urbanization, pp. p.75-90 : 6 photogr., 2003.
F. Carden, Campilan, D., Horton, D., Alexaki, A., Bennett-Lartey, S., Brice, K. N., J. Silva, D. Souza, Duong, L. T., Khadar, I., A. Boza, M., Muniruzzaman, I. K., Perez, J., Chang, M. S., Vernooy, R., and Watts, J., Evaluating capacity development : experiences from research and development organizations around the world. The Hague, The Netherlands: International Service for National Agricultural Research (ISNAR), 2003, p. xvii, 170 p. : 10 fig.
P. Taylor, How to design a training course : a guide to participatory curriculum development. London, UK: Voluntary Service Overseas, VSO, 2003, p. vi, 170 p. : fig.
V. Blagbrough, How WaterAid looked back, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 19-21 : 2 boxes, 1 photogr., 1 map, 1 tab., 2003.
Y. Shrestha, The importance of looking back study in WATSAN projects, in Towards the millennium development goals - actions for water and environmental sanitation : proceedings of the 29th WEDC conference, Abuja, Nigeria, 2003, Loughborough, UK, 2003, pp. p. 352-354 : 2 fig., 2 photogr., 4 tabs.
D. F. I. D. United Kin GB, Making connections : infrastructure for poverty reduction. London, UK: United Kingdom, Department for International Development, 2003, p. 36 p. : 16 boxes, 5 fig.
Australian Agency for International Development -Canberra, ACT, AU, AusAid, Making every drop count : water and Australian aid. Canberra, ACT, Australia: AusAID Australian Agency for International Development, 2003, p. 19 p. : 2 photogr.
Overseas Development Institute -London, GB, ODI, Making the link between micro and meso : learning from experience of community-based planning (CBP), vol. no. 88. Overseas Development Institute (ODI), London, UK, p. 4 p. : 1 fig., 2003.
B. Pound, Snapp, S., McDougall, C., and Braun, A., Managing natural resources for sustainable livelihoods : uniting science and participation. London, UK: Earthscan, 2003, p. xix, 252 p. : 36 boxes, 5 fig., 8 tab.
K. J. Virgo and Sitling, J., Measuring the impact of watershed management projects, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 12-14 : 4 boxes, 1 tab., 2003.
C. A. van Wijk-Sijbesma and Postma, L., MPA : a new methodology for participatory monitoring, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 6-7 : 1 box, 2 fig., 2003.
S. Smith and Biggs, S., A paradox of learning in project cycle management and the role of organizational culture, World development, 2003.
A. Almedom, Participatory hygiene evaluation : a means to an end, or an end in itself?, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 2-4 : 1 box, 1 tab., 2003.
K. Kar, Subsidy or self-respect? : participatory total community sanitation in Bangladesh, vol. no. 184. Brighton, UK: Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex, 2003, p. x, 40 p. : 4 fig., 3 tab.
C. A. van Wijk-Sijbesma and Mukherjee, N., Sustainability planning and monitoring in community water supply and sanitation : a guide on the methodology for participatory assesment (MPA) for community-driven development programs. Water and Sanitation Program, WSP, Washington, DC, USA, p. vii, 157 p. : 26 boxes, 27 fig., 3 tabs., 2003.