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K'Akumu, O.A., Privatization model for water enterprise in Kenya, Water policy : official journal of the World Water Council, pp. p. 539-557 : 1 fig., 2 tab., 2006.
Smits, S., Verhagen, J., and Uytewaal, E., Proceedings of the symposium on sustainable water supply and sanitation : strengthening capacity for local governance, 26-28 September 2006, Delft, the Netherlands. IRC, Delft, The Netherlands, p. 20 papers, ca. 200 p., 2006.
Carter, R., Belete, E., Berhe, E., Defere, E., Horecha, D., and Negussie, Y., Reducing the costs of borehole drilling in Africa : insights from Ethiopia, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 7-9 : 1 box, 4 photogr., 1 tab., 2006.
IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, The Hague, NL, Regional workshop on microfinance in Sub-Saharan Africa, Dakar 12-14 December 2005 : microfi nance and innovative mechanisms to achieve the MDGs in the water and sanitation sector in Sub-Saharan Africa : report of proceedings. IRC, Delft, The Netherlands, p. vi, 41 p. : fig. photogr., tab., 2006.
Red de Agua y Saneamiento de Honduras -Tegucigalpa, HN, RAS-HON and Ente Regulador de los Servicios de Agua Potable y Saneamiento -Tegucigalpa, HN, ERSAPS, Reglamento de juntas administradoras de agua. Ente Regulador de los Servicios de Agua Potable y Saneamiento, ERSAPS, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, p. 42 p., 2006.
Saktivadivel, R., Rehabilitation and management of tanks in India : a study of select states. Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines, p. ix, 102 p. : fig., tab., 2006.
Dardenne, B., The role of the private sector in peri-urban or rural water services in emerging countries, in OECD Global Forum on Sustainable Development “Public-Private Partnerships in Water Supply and Sanitation – Recent Trends and New Opportunities” : 29-30th of November 2006, Paris, 2006, p. 47 p. : 3 fig., 10 photos.
Nickum, J.E. and Lee, Y.-S.F., Same longitude, different latitudes : institutional change in urban water in China, North and South, Environmental politics, pp. p. 231 – 247, 2006.
Sarpong, K and Mensah Abrampah, K., Small water enterprises in Africa. No. 4. Ghana : a study of small water enterprises in Accra. Loughborough, UK: Water, Engineering and Development Centre, Loughborough University of Technology, WEDC, 2006, p. 143 p. : 6 boxes, 33 fig., 5 photogr., 29 tab.
Jasko, C., So close to the city, so far from the pipes : the governance of water & sanitation and the peri-urban poor. Development Planning Unit, University College London, London, UK, p. 11 p. : 16 boxes, 2006.
UN-HABITAT -Nairobi, KE, United Nations Human Settlements Programme and Sulabh International -New Delhi, IN, Social marketing of sanitation. Nairobi, Kenya: UN-Habitat, United Nations Centre for Human Settlements, 2006, p. vii, 99 p. : 9 boxes, 16 fig.
Perret, S.R. and Stevens, J.B, Socio-economic reasons for the low adoption of water conservation technologies by smallholder farmers in southern Africa: a review of the literature, Development Southern Africa, pp. p. 461-476 : 3 boxes, 2 fig., 2006.
Bhatnagar, V., Solid waste management initiatives in small towns : lessons and implications. Water and Sanitation Program - South Asia, New Delhi, India, p. 28 p. : 12 boxes, 6 fig., photogr., 6 tab., 2006.
IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, The Hague, NL, Global Water Partnership - Stockholm, SE, GWP, and Global Water Partnership Advisory Center at IWMI -Colombo, LK, GWP, Taking a multiple-use approach to meeting the water needs of poor communities brings multiple benefits, vol. no. 18. p. 6 p. : 3 boxes, 1 fig., 4 photogr., 2006.
Dhungana, M., Theoretical model of knowledge management for Water Users' Associations in South Asia. UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands, p. ix, 63 p. : fig., tab., 2006.
Snel, M. and Smet, J.E.M., The value of environmental sanitation : case studies, vol. no. 42. IRC, Delft, The Netherlands, p. 133 p. : boxes, fig. tab., 2006.
Sherlock, P., Water and sanitation for refugees and internally displaced people, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 2-4 :3 photogr., 2006.
Sijbesma, C. and Dijk, M.P. van, Water and sanitation: institutional challenges in India. New Delhi, India: Manohar, 2006, p. 298 p. : fig., tab.
Grey, D. and Sadoff, C., Water for growth and development : a theme document of the 4th World Water Forum. Mexico City, Mexico: National Water Commission of Mexico, 2006, p. 56 p. : boxes, fig.
Egger, U.K., Work the net : a management guide for formal networks. Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ), New Delhi, India, p. 144 p. : 6 fig., ill., tab., 2006.
Fisher, J., Allocating national resources in the water and sanitation sector , vol. no. 11. Water and Environmental Health at London and Loughborough (WELL), Loughborough, UK, p. ca. 4 p. : fig., 2005.
Asian Development Bank -Manila, PH, Apex bodies : the coordinating eye behind water sector reforms. Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines, p. 1 p., 2005.
Mattila, H., Appropriate management of on-site sanitation, vol. no. 537. Tampere, Finland: Tampere University of Technology, 2005, p. 151 p. : 25 fig., 9 tab.
Geurts, M. and Bruijne, G. de, At the end of the pipe? : proceedings of expert meetings held in the Netherlands January-March 2005. WASTE, Gouda, The Netherlands, p. CD-ROM (70 p. : boxes), 2005.
Pybus, P. and Buckle, H., Bulk suppliers of potable water : building awareness and overcoming obstacles to water demand management, vol. no. 3. p. 56 p. : 6 boxes, photogr., 2005.