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2005
Water Information Network South Africa -Pretoria, ZA, WIN-SA, Dr J S Moroka basic household sanitation programme, vol. no. 5. Water Information Network - South Africa - (WIN-SA), Pretoria, South Africa, p. 8 p. : photogr., 2005.
Water Information Network South Africa -Pretoria, ZA, WIN-SA, Free State water quality management programme, vol. no. 3. Water Information Network - South Africa - (WIN-SA), Pretoria, South Africa, p. 11 p. : photogr., 2005.
Moriarty, P.B., Fonseca, C., Smits, S., and Schouten, T., Learning alliances for scaling up innovative approaches in the water and sanitation sector : background paper for the symposium, presented at the 2005-06-01, Delft, The Netherlands, 2005, p. 52 p. : boxes, fig., tab.
Kayaga, S., Maximizing the benefits from water and environmental sanitation : 31st WEDC conference, Kampala, Uganda, 31 October - 4 November 2005 : conference proceedings. Water, Engineering and Development Centre, Loughborough University of Technology, WEDC, Loughborough, UK, p. xii, 521 p. : fig., tab., 2005.
Water Information Network South Africa -Pretoria, ZA, WIN-SA, Mogalakwena household sanitation programme, vol. no. 4. Water Information Network - South Africa - (WIN-SA), Pretoria, South Africa, p. 8 p. : photogr., 2005.
Water Information Network South Africa -Pretoria, ZA, WIN-SA, The Northern Cape operation and maintenance project, vol. no. 1. Water Information Network - South Africa - (WIN-SA), Pretoria, South Africa, p. 8 p. : fig. photogr., 2005.
Gibbs, K., Output to purpose review : Zambezia Province water supply and sanitation project. WSP International Management Consulting, Gatwick Airport, UK, p. 12 p. + 7 p. annexes : photogr., 2005.
Kar, K., Practical guide to triggering community-led total sanitation (CLTS) : a practical guide for use by frontline extension staff, based on experience of facilitating CLTS in at least eight different countries in South and South East Asia and in East Africa. Brighton, UK: Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex, 2005, p. 14 p. : boxes.
Water Information Network South Africa -Pretoria, ZA, WIN-SA, Rural water supply in Ukhahlamba district municipality, vol. no. 7. Water Information Network - South Africa - (WIN-SA), Pretoria, South Africa, p. 8 p. : photogr., 2005.
SAGRIC International -Jakarta, ID, Second Water and Sanitation for Low Income Communities Project (WSLIC-2) : mid-term review : final report. Indonesia, Ministry of Health, Directorate General for Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, Jakarta, Indonesia, p. v, 192 p. : fig., photogr., tab., 2005.
Water Information Network South Africa -Pretoria, ZA, WIN-SA, The strategic framework for water services, vol. no. 6. Water Information Network - South Africa - (WIN-SA), Pretoria, South Africa, p. 12 p. : photogr., 2005.
Tayler, K. and Parkinson, J., Strategic planning for urban sanitation : a 21st century development priority?, Water policy : official journal of the World Water Council, pp. p. 569-580, 2005.
Asian Development Bank -Manila, PH, Water and poverty. Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines, p. 1 p., 2005.
UNEP International Environmental Technology Centre -Osaka/Shiga, JP, IETC and Global Environment Centre Foundation -Osaka, JP, GEC, Water and wastewater reuse : an environmentally sound approach for sustainable urban water management. UNEP International Environmental Technology Centre, Osaka, Japan, p. 48 p. : 24 fig., 10 tab., 2005.
Lidonde, R., Why gender is important in SSHE, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 6-8 : 2 photogr., 2005.
UN-HABITAT -Nairobi, KE, United Nations Human Settlements Programme, Workshop on pro-poor urban water and sanitation governance, Bhopal, India, 18-19 March 2005 : proceedings. UN-Habitat, United Nations Centre for Human Settlements, Nairobi, Kenya, p. 68 p., 2005.
2004
Global Water Partnership - Stockholm, SE, GWP and Cap-Net -Delft, NL, Achieving impact : delivering capacity building for integrated water management. Cap-Net, Delft, The Netherlands, p. 12 p. : photogr., 2004.
Ginneken, M. van, Tyler, R., and Tagg, D., Can the principles of franchising be used to improve water supply and sanitation services? : a preliminary analysis, vol. no. 2. World Bank, Washington, DC, USA, p. iv, 16 p. : 4 boxes, 10 fig., 2004.
Visscher, J.T., Moriarty, P.B., and Schouten, T., Compartir el esfuerzo de mejorar los servicios de agua y saneamiento, in De agua y saneamiento, 2004, pp. P. 3-11 : fig., tab.
Global Water Partnership - Stockholm, SE, GWP, Guidance in preparing a national integrated water resources management and efficiency plan : advancing the wssd plan of implementation. Global Water Partnership (GWP), Stockholm, Sweden, p. 31 p. : 3 boxes, 1 fig., 2 tab., 2004.
WHO -Geneva, CH, World Health Organization, UN-HABITAT -Nairobi, KE, United Nations Human Settlements Programme, WSSCC -Geneva, CH, Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council, and UNEP -Nairobi, KE, Guidelines on municipal wastewater management : a practical guide for decision-makers and professionals on how to plan, design, and finance appropriate and environmentally sound municipal wastewater discharge systems.. UNEP GPA, The Hague, The Netherlands, p. xiv, 92 p. : 40 boxes, 4 checklists, 4 fig., 5 tab., 2004.
Odhiambo, F. and Pels, J., Knowledge management in development organisations : the learn@WELL experience, in People-centred approaches to water and environmental sanitation : proceedings of the 30th WEDC Conference, Vientiane, Lao PDR, 25-29 October 2004 , 2004, pp. P. 220-226 : 3 fig.
Chemonics International -Washington, DC, US, Morocco water resources sustainability project : final report. USAID Development Experience Clearinghouse, Washington, DC, USA, p. 78 p. : fig,, tabs., 2004.
Consumers International Africa Office -Harare, ZW. (ROAF) and Water and Sanitation Program - Africa Region -Nairobi, KE, (WSP-AF), Moving from protest to proposal : building the capacity of consumer organisations to engage in urban water supply and sanitation sector reform in Africa. Consumers International, Harare, Zimbabwe, p. vi, 23 p. : boxes, tab., 2004.
Hecht, A.D., Perspective: International effort to improve access to water and saniation in the developing world : a good start but more is needed, Water policy : official journal of the World Water Council, pp. p. 67-85 : 1 fig., 2 tab., 2004.

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