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1989
Palupi, K., Water collection in rural areas of Indonesia, Buletin penelitian kesehatan, pp. p. 17-23 : tab., 1989.
Lindskog, P. and Lundqvist, J., Why poor children stay sick : the human ecology of child health and welfare in rural Malawi, vol. no. 85. Uppsala, Sweden: Scandinavian Institute of African Studies, 1989, p. 111 p.: fig., tab.
Iyer, L., Women and drinking water : report on participation of women in the Indo-Dutch Drinking Water Programme. Netherlands Embassy, India, New Delhi, India, p. 16 p., 1989.
World Bank -Washington, DC, US, Women and rural household water supplies, in Kenya : the role of women in economic development, 1989, pp. P. 87-98: tab.
Glennie, C., Women in water supply and sanitation : a report on the Regional Training Seminar on Women's Contribution to the International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade, organized by ESCAP and INSTRAW, Bangkok, 23-27 January 1989. UNICEF, Dhaka, Bangladesh, p. 6 p., 1989.
El Sebaie, O., Hussein, A., Younis, A., and El Katsha, S., Women, water, and sanitation : household water use in two Egyptian villages, vol. no. 1. Cairo, Egypt: American University in Cairo, Social Research Centre, 1989, p. xiv, 96 p.: fig., tab.
Netherlands. Ministry of Foreign Affairs -NL. DGIS, Directorate General for Development Cooperation, Women, water and sanitation : policy on an operational footing : main points & checklist, vol. no. 2. Netherlands, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, DGIS, The Hague, The Netherlands, p. 16 p., 1989.
Khan, A.H., Women work centre's story of five years 1984 - 1989. Orangi Pilot Project, Orangi Town, Karachi, Pakistan, p. 48 p. : ill., tab., 1989.
1988
Narayan-Parker, D., Case study on women's involvement in community water systems : the PKK experience. World Health Organization South-East Asia Regional Office, New Delhi, India, p. 252 p.: fig., tab., 1988.
IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, The Hague, NL, Community participation and women's involvement in water supply and sanitation projects : a compendium paper, vol. no. 12. IRC, The Hague, The Netherlands, p. 70 p.: tab., 1988.
Cairncross, S., Domestic water supply in rural Africa, in Rural transformation in tropical Africa, 1988, pp. P. 46-63 : fig., tab.
Janssen, R., Femmes, hommes et la gestion de l'eau potable : une recherche sur le fonctionnement des comites de pompe au Burkina Faso. Agricultural University Wageningen, Wageningen, The Netherlands, p. 19 p.: Fig., 1988.
Kunguru, J., Innovative approaches to poverty alleviation : provision of water to rural women in Kenya, Development (Italy), pp. p. 83-85, 1988.
WHO. Regional Office for South-East Asia -New Delhi, IN, SEARO and Integrated Development Systems -Kathmandu, NP, Promotion and support for women's participation in the International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade : case study on promotion of women's participation in water supply and sanitation programmes. World Health Organization South-East Asia Regional Office, New Delhi, India, p. vi, 124 p.: map, tab., 1988.
Devi, S., A study of the effectiveness of Women Handpump Caretakers Programme in Bagepalli Taluk, Kolar District. DANIDA, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, New Delhi, India, p. 68 p.: tab., 1988.
Janssen, R., Vrouwen, mannen en drinkwaterbeheer : een onderzoek naar het funktioneren van pompkomitees in Burkina Faso. Agricultural University Wageningen, Wageningen, The Netherlands, p. 100 p.: Fig., 1988.
Curtis, V., Water and women's work in Malanje, Angola. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK, p. ca. 90 p. : fig., maps, tabs., 1988.
USAID -Washington, DC, US, UNDP -New York, NY, US, and Peace Corps -Washington, DC, US, The water of Ayole. UNDP (United Nations Development Programme), New York, NY, USA, p. video (28 min.): VHS, Pal, 1988.
Bah, O., Women and water supply development in Sierra Leone, Journal of rural development (Korea), pp. p. 97-109: fig., tab., 1988.
Kenya/Finland Rural Water Development Project -KE, World Bank. Regional Water and Sanitation Group for East and Southern Africa -Nairobi, KE, Kwale Water and Sanitation Project -Kwale, KE, and Lake Basin Development Authority -Kisumu, KE, Workshop on management of and community involvement in rural water supply and sanitation projects joint workshop for Kenya/Finland Rural Water Development Project, Kwale Water and Sanitation Project and the Rural Domestic Water Supply and Sanitation Progr. S.n., Lion Hill, Nakuru, Kenya, p. ca. 190 p., 1988.
Buringa, J., Yemeni women in transition : how development cooperation could fit in. Netherlands, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, DGIS, The Hague, The Netherlands, p. 104 p., 1988.

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