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2001
Schwarz, D. and Green, M.G., Extracting drinking water from salt water : an overview of desalination options for developing countries. German Appropriate Technology Exchange (GATE) /Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ), Eschborn, Germany, p. 6 p. : 3 fig., 4 tab., 2001.
South Africa. Department of Water Affairs and Forestry -ZA and Palmer Development Group -Cape Town, ZA, Free basic water : implementation strategy document. South Africa, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Pretoria, South Africa, p. 35 p. : 5 boxes, 5 tab., 2001.
Lennartson, M., Ridderstolpe, P., and Noren, G., Guidelines for using urine and blackwater diversion systems in single-family homes. Coalition Clean Baltic, Uppsala, Sweden, p. 16 p. : fig., 2001.
United Kingdom. Department for International Development -GB, DFID, How safe is safe? : a concise review of the health impacts of water supply, sanitation and hygiene, vol. no. 509. Water, Engineering and Development Centre, Loughborough University of Technology, WEDC, Loughborough, UK, p. iv, 21 p. : fig., tabs., 2001.
Heeks, R. and Duncombe, R., Información, tecnología y la pequeña empresa : una guía para agencias de cooperación con las empresas en los países en desarrollo. Manchester, UK: Institute for Development Policy and Management, 2001, p. 35 p. : boxes, fig.
Heeks, R. and Duncombe, R., Information, technology and small enterprise : a handbook for enterprise support agencies in developing countries. Institute for Development Policy and Management, Manchester, UK, p. 27 p. : boxes, fig., 2001.
Heeks, R. and Duncombe, R., L'information, la technologie et les petites entreprises : un manuel pour les agences d¿assistance aux entreprises dans les pays en voie de développement. Manchester, UK: Institute for Development Policy and Management, 2001, p. 33 p. : boxes, fig.
Fawcett, B., Manase, G., and Mulenga, M., Linking urban sanitation agencies with poor community needs in Southern Africa : a study of Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa : draft guidelines. Institute of Irrigation and Development Studies (IIDS), University of Southampton, Southampton, UK, p. vi, 91 p. : 6 boxes, 8 tab., 2001.
Morrison, K., Local government water report : improving local management and governance for a shared resource. International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives, Toronto, Ont, Canada, p. ii, 26 p. : tabs., 2001.
Frohlich, U., Management guide, vol. no. 1. St. Gallen, Switzerland: SKAT (Swiss Centre for Development Cooperation in Technology and Management), 2001, p. 235 p. : fig., tab.
Postma, L. and During, A., Managing a small-scale piped water supply system as a business : part one: trainers notes. IRC, Delft, The Netherlands, p. iv, 55 p. : fig., photogr., 2001.
Herath, N., Manual 2, Hand-dug Wells, Revised edition. Nugegoda, Sri Lanka: NORAD, Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation, 2001, p. 71 p. + 9 p. annexes : fig., photogr.
Oxfam -Oxford, GB, Oxfam guidelines for water treatment in emergencies. Oxfam, Oxford, UK, p. 45 p. : 4 fig., 2001.
Diarra, J. and Yameogo, C., Participation communautaire et implication de la femme dans le cycle du projet d'approvisionnement en eau, pp. p. 357-358, 2001.
UNEP International Environmental Technology Centre -Osaka/Shiga, JP, IETC, Rainwater harvesting and utilisation : an environmentally sound approach for sustainable urban water management : an introductory guide for decision-makers, vol. no. 2. UNEP International Environmental Technology Centre, Osaka, Japan, p. 12 p., 2001.
Rapid assessment of household level arsenic removal technologies : phase II executive summary. p. 24 p. : 2 fig., 6 tab., 2001.
WS Atkins International -Epsom, GB, Rapid assessment of household level arsenic removal technologies : phase II report. WaterAid, London, UK, p. v, 91 p. : 26 fig., 18 tab., 2001.
Rapid assessment of household level arsenic removal technologies : phase II report : appendices. p. 75 p. : tab., 2001.
WS Atkins International -Epsom, GB, Rapid assessment of household level arsenic removal technologies - Bangladesh : addendum to final report : break through results following second month’s testing. WaterAid, London, UK, p. 2 p. : 1 fig., 1 tab., 2001.
WS Atkins International -Epsom, GB, Rapid assessment of household level arsenic removal technologies : phase I : final draft report. WaterAid, London, UK, p. 140 p. : fig., tab., 2001.
WHO -Niamey, NE, World Health Organization, Schistosomiase : atelier de formation pour les consultants OMS/AFRO, du 15 au 31 janvier 2001 à Niamey. World Health Organization (WHO), Niamey, Niger, p. 76 p. : fig., map, tabs., 2001.
Woudeneh, T., Summary of the integrated water resources management policy of the African development bank. African Development Bank, Abidjan, Ivory Coast, p. iv, 16 p. : boxes, 2001.
Gbemade, B., Technologie alternative d'approvisionnement en eau en milieu périurbain., pp. p. 61-65 : tabs., 2001.
Ali, M., Ahmed, M.F., and Adeel, Z., Technologies for arsenic removal from drinking water : compilation of papers presented at the International Workshop on Technologies for Arsenic Removal from Drinking Water, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 5-7 May 2001. Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh, p. viii, 277 p. : fig., tab., 2001.
Villiers, M. de, Water : the fate of our most precious resource, Paperback. Boston, MA, USA: Houghton Mifflin Company, 2001, p. xvi, 352 p. : maps.

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