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J. Sara and Katz, T., Making rural water supply sustainable : report on the impact of project rules. UNDP-World Bank Water and Sanitation Program, Washington, DC, USA, p. 56 p. + annexes (15 p.) : tab., 1997.
U. Ministry o UG, Policies and guidelines for rural towns water and sanitation programme of the Directorate for Water Development, Ministry of Natural Resources. Uganda, Ministry of Natural Resources, Directorate of Water Development, Kampala, Uganda, p. 9 p., 1997.
A. M. Wright, Toward a strategic sanitation approach : improving the sustainability of urban sanitation in developing countries. UNDP-World Bank Water and Sanitation Program, Washington, DC, USA, p. iii, 38 p. : 19 boxes, 1997.
J. E. Koku, Towards sustainable water supply and sanitation project management in rural Ghana : a case of the Danish water project in the Kpando District, vol. no. 1997:21. Royal Institute of Technology, Division of Land and Water Resources, Stockholm, Sweden, p. 84 p. : 6 fig., 4 ill., 14 tab., 1997.
F. Cleaver and Lomas, I., The 5% rule : fact or fiction, Development policy review, pp. p. 173-183 : 1 tab., 1996.
TREND -Kumasi, GH, Training, Research and Networking for Development, 8th ITN Africa conference, Accra, Ghana, 25th-29th November, 1996 : papers. Training Research and Networking for Development (TREND), Kumasi, Ghana, p. 18 papers + abstracts, 1996.
R. C. G. Varley, Yacoob, M., and Smith, S., Beyond participation : locally based demand for environmental health in peri-urban areas, vol. no. 6. Environmental Health Project (EHP), Arlington, VA, USA, p. iii, 28 p., 1996.
D. Narayan, Toward participatory research, vol. no. 307. Washington, DC, USA: World Bank, 1996, p. viii, 265 p. : boxes, ill., photogr.
D. Narayan, The contribution of people's participation : evidence from 121 rural water supply projects, vol. no. 1. Washington, DC, USA: World Bank, 1995, p. v, 108 p.: 4 fig., 17 tab., 17 boxes.
G. Watson and Jagannathan, N. V., Participation in water and sanitation, vol. no. ENV-002. World Bank Environment Department, Washington, DC, USA, p. iii, 28 p., 1995.
A. Bojanic, Canedo, M. E., Gianotten, V. R. M., Morales, M. A., Ranaboldo, C., and Rijssenbeek, W., Demandas campesinas : manual para un analisis participativo. Netherlands Embassy, Bolivia, La Paz, Bolivia, p. 138 p. : tab., 1994.
U. Ministry o UG, Regional urban sanitation workshop : Eastern and South Eastern Africa : Mukono, Uganda 23rd - 26th May 1994 : proceedings. UNDP-World Bank Regional Water and Sanitation Group East Africa, World Bank, Nairobi, Kenya, p. v, 31 p. : fig., 3 photogr., 1994.
S. Africa. De ZA, Water supply and sanitation policy : white paper. South Africa, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Pretoria, South Africa, p. 38 p.: 6 fig., 1994.
Z. Ministry o Unit, 2001 General guidelines Microprojects Unit. Zambia, Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Lusaka, Zambia, p. 17 p.
Water and Sanitation Management Organization -Gandhinagar, IN, WASMO, Many people, one voice : water facility of our choice. Water and Sanitation Management Organization, WASMO, Gandhinagar, India, p. 16 p. : photogr.
A. Bos, The role of engineers in the demand responsive approach : a study from South Africa. Loughborough, UK: Water, Engineering and Development Centre, Loughborough University of Technology, WEDC, p. xix, 68 p. : 3 boxes, 11 tab.
U. Directorat UG, Rural water and sanitation implementation strategy and investment plan. Uganda, Ministry of Water, Lands and Environment, Kampala, Uganda, p. i, 20 p. : 1 box, 5 tab.


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