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Varley, R.C.G., Financial services and environmental health : household credit for water and sanitation, vol. no. 2. Environmental Health Project (EHP), Arlington, VA, USA, p. x, 81 p. : 1 fig., 1995.
Nash, H. and McCall, G.J.H., Groundwater quality, vol. no. 17. Chapman and Hall, London, UK, p. xv, 204 p.: fig., maps, photogr., tab., 1995.
Australian Agency for International Development -Canberra, ACT, AU, AusAid, Indonesia : Water Supply and Sanitation Technical Advisory Group : report on August/September 1995 visit. AusAID Australian Agency for International Development, Canberra, ACT, Australia, p. viii, 67 + annexes (ca. 45 p.) : maps, tab., 1995.
Heijnen, H.A., Innovation in water supply and environmental sanitation, Watsan : quarterly newsletter of the NGO Forum for Drinking Water Supply & Sanitation, pp. p. 53-56 : 4 photogr., 1995.
Lorentzen, J., Gidman, P., Blore, I., and Schuttenbelt, P., Public-private partnership in urban infrastructure services, vol. no. 4. UNDP/UNCHS/World Bank-Urban Management Programme, c/o World Bank, Washington, DC, USA, p. xiii, 68 p.: 31 boxes, 1 tab., 1995.
Judd, M., Resource mobilization : twenty ways to get your water, vol. no. 1995 / 2. UNDP-World Bank Regional Water and Sanitation Group for East Asia and the Pacific, Jakarta, Indonesia, p. 4 p., 1995.
Strauss, M. and Heinss, U., SOS - management of sludges from on-site sanitation : faecal sludge treatment : challenges, process options and field research : a state-of-knowledge report, SANDEC news, pp. p. 2-13: 7 fig., 4 tab., 4 photogr., 1995.
O'Brien, D. and Rahardjo, B., Community self-financing of water and sanitation systems, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 10-13: 3 fig., 1 tab., photogr., 1994.
Arrossi, S., Bombarolo, F., Hardoy, J.E., Mitlin, D., Perez Coscio, L., and Satterthwaite, D., Funding community initiatives : the role of NGOs and other intermediary institutions in supporting low income groups and their community organizations in improving housing and living conditions in the Third World. London, UK: Earthscan, 1994, p. xviii, 190 p.: 10 boxes, 1 fig., 3 tab.
Global meeting of UNICEF WES professionals : Bangalore, India (25 -30 March, 1994) : papers. p. 24 papers, 1994.
World Bank -Washington, DC, US, Implementation strategy for community managed water and sanitation : Indonesia. World Bank, Washington, DC, USA, p. vii, 42 p.: tab., 1994.
GRET -Paris, FR, L'eau et la sante dans les quartiers urbains defavorisees : table ronde de Sophia Antipolis, fevrier 1994. pS-Eau, Programme Solidarite Eau, Paris, France, p. 191 p.: fig., photogr., 1994.
Indonesia. Ministry of Health -ID, Profil kesehatan Indonesia 1993. Indonesia, Ministry of Health, Jakarta, Indonesia, p. vi, 153 + annexes (ca. 120 p.) : fig., tab., 1994.
Dixit, H., Towards self-sufficiency in health learning materials, World health forum, pp. p. 93-95, 1994.
GRET -Paris, FR, Water and health in underprivileged urban areas : round table of Sophia Antipolis, February 1994. pS-Eau, Programme Solidarite Eau, Paris, France, p. 191 p.: fig., photogr., 1994.
Mott MacDonald -Cambridge, GB, Accountability : in developing countries keeping track of water can often be as difficult as initially supplying it, Water & environment international, pp. p. 14-16 : fig., photogr., 1993.
Lohani, B.N. and Evans, J.W., Appropriate environmental standards for developing countries, vol. no. 35. Bangkok, Thailand: Environmental Systems Information Center, 1993, p. 93 p.: 25 fig., 40 tab.
Appleton, B. and Evans, P., Community management today : the role of communities in the management of improved water supply systems, vol. no. 20. IRC, The Hague, The Netherlands, p. iv, 35 p.: 34 box., 1 tab., 1993.
WHO -New Delhi, IN, World Health Organization, Community water supply and sanitation in South-East Asia region : International Drinking Water Supply & Sanitation Decade assessment and perspective for the 1990s. World Health Organization South-East Asia Regional Office, New Delhi, India, p. ii, 110 p. : 2 fig., 2 tab., 1993.
Wibowo, D. and Tisdell, C., Health, safe water and sanitation : a cross-sectional health production function for Central Java, Indonesia, Bulletin of the World Health Organization, pp. p. 237-245: 2 fig., 5 tab., 1993.
Parker, J.S., Information management in the water and sanitation sector : lessons learned from field assignments in Africa and Asia, vol. no. 19. The Hague, The Netherlands: IRC, 1993, p. viii, 83 p. : box., ill.
Roark, P., Hodgkin, J., and Wyatt, A., Models of management systems for the operation and maintenance of rural water supply and sanitation facilities, vol. no. 71. Water and Sanitation for Health Project (WASH), Arlington, VA, USA, p. xv, 82 p. : 14 fig., 2 tab., 1993.
Simpson-Hebert, M. and Winblad, U., New directions for hygiene and sanitation promotion : the findings of a regional informal consultation : New Delhi, 19-21 May 1993. World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, Switzerland, p. 13 p.: 4 fig., 1993.
Ouano, E.A.R. and Ogawa, H., Partnerships towards responsive solid waste management. pp. i-ix, 1-190 p. : fig., tab., 1993.
Grover, B., Report for consideration at the Rabat meeting of the Council, 7-10 September 1993. Vol. 2 : Main report : country-level collaboration in water supply and sanitation. Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council, WSSCC, Geneva, Switzerland, p. ca. 390 p.: fig., tab., 1993.