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Self Employed Women's Association -Ahmedabad, IN, SEWA and Water and Sanitation Program - South Asia -New Delhi, IN, Credit connections : Mahila Milan, Mumbai, Maharashtra. UNDP-World Bank, Regional Water and Sanitation Group - South Asia (RWSG-SA), New Delhi, India, p. 14 p. : 4 boxes, 3 fig., 12 photogr., 1999.
United Kingdom. Department for International Development -GB, DFID, Self Employed Women's Association -Ahmedabad, IN, SEWA, and Water and Sanitation Program - South Asia -New Delhi, IN, Credit connections : meeting the infrastructure needs of the informal sector through microfinance in urban India. Self Employed Women's Association, SEWA, Ahmedabad, India, p. Video (15 min.) : VHS, 1999.
OECD Development Assistance Committee -Paris, FR, OECD-DAC, DAC guidelines for gender equality and women's empowerment in development co-operation. OECD, Paris, France, p. 43 p., 1999.
Water and Sanitation Program - South Asia -New Delhi, IN, Empowerment through entrepreneurship in water and sanitation : women's Mela, November 25-26, 1999, Chitrakoot, Uttar Pradesh, India. Water and Sanitation Program - South Asia, New Delhi, India, p. 4 p. : photogr., 1999.
Wijk-Sijbesma, C.A. van, Formation genre et developpement 24 et 25 juin 1999. IRC, The Hague, The Netherlands, p. 7 p., 1999.
Commission on Gender Equality -Braamfontein, ZA, CGE, Gender analysis of the Maputo development corridor. Commission on Gender Equality, Braamfontein, South Africa, p. 84 p. : fig., tabs., 1999.
Coates, S., Gender and development approach to water, sanitation and hygiene programmes. Water, Engineering and Development Centre, Loughborough University of Technology, WEDC, Loughborough, UK, p. 20 p. : boxes, 3 tab., 1999.
Scheinberg, A., Muller, M., and Tasheva, E.L., Gender and waste : integrating gender into community waste management : project management insights and tips from an e-mail conference, 9-13 May 1998, vol. no. 12. WASTE, Gouda, The Netherlands, p. 41 p., 1999.
DANIDA -Copenhagen, DK, Gender and water supply and sanitation. DANIDA, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Copenhagen, Denmark, p. 16 p. : tab., 1999.
World Bank. Regional Water and Sanitation Group for East and Southern Africa -Nairobi, KE and Kenya. Ministry of Water Resources -KE, Gender assessment of Kwale water and sanitation project : Kenya country report. World Bank Regional Water and Sanitation Group for East and Southern Africa, Nairobi, Kenya, p. 41 p. : fig., tab., 1999.
DANIDA -Copenhagen, DK, Gender in water supply and sanitation : guiding questions. Denmark, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Copenhagen, Denmark, p. ii, 17 p. : 11 tab., 1999.
Bastidas, E.P., Gender issues and women's participation in irrigated agriculture : the case of two private irrigation canals in Carchi, Ecuador, vol. no. 31. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI), 1999, p. v, 21 p. : 4 fig., 7 tab.
South Africa. Department of Water Affairs and Forestry -ZA, Gender policy for department of water affairs and forestry. Pretoria, South Africa: South Africa, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, 1999, p. 26 p. : fig., tab.
Gulati, L., Ramalingam, and Gulati, I.S., Gender profile : Kerala. Netherlands Embassy, India, New Delhi, India, p. ca. 71 p. : tabs., 1999.
Porter, F., Smyth, I., and Sweetman, C., Gender works : Oxfam experience in policy and practice. Oxford, UK: Oxfam Publishing, 1999, p. v, 346 p.
World Bank. Regional Water and Sanitation Group for East Asia and Pacific -Jakarta, ID, Good for business : women better customers of urban water supply services. UNDP-World Bank Regional Water and Sanitation Group for East Asia and the Pacific, Jakarta, Indonesia, p. 6 p. : 2 boxes, 1 fig., 1 map, 5 photogr., 1999.
Humanity Libraries Project -Antwerp, BE, Humanity development library for sustainable development and basic human needs. Humanity Libraries Project, Antwerp, Belgium, p. CD-ROM : 616 MB, 1999.
Vulto, C. and Lagerweij, I., Implementing a participatory, gender-based approach in Baluchistan, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 5-7 : 1 box, 1 ill., 2 photogr., 1999.
Regmi, S.C. and Fawcett, B., Integrating gender needs into drinking-water projects in Nepal, Gender and development, pp. p. 62-72, 1999.
Clifton, D., A little gender handbook for emergencies or just plain common sense. Oxfam, Oxford, UK, p. 36 p., 1999.
World Water Council -Marseille, FR, Mainstreaming gender in water resources management : why and how : background paper for the World Vision process. World Water Council, Paris, France, p. 35 p. : photogr., tab., 1999.
Koppen, B. van, More crops and jobs per drop : managing water for gendered poverty alleviation and agricultural growth. International Water Management Institute (IWMI), Colombo, Sri Lanka, p. v, 20 p., 1999.
Maliro, D., Chakwana, R., Sibale, B., Naphiyo, A., and Bamusi, N., Participation, gender and demand responsiveness : making the links with impact and sustainability of water supply and sanitation projects : Malawi country report. Bunda College of Agriculture, Lilongwe, Malawi, p. vi, 35 p. : fig., tab., 1999.

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