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1986
C. Lindblad, Project design and extension training in cement stave rainwater cistern constructions in Togo : Volume I, vol. no. 172. Water and Sanitation for Health Project (WASH), Washington, DC, USA, p. vi, 51 p.: fig., photogr., 1986.
A. Appan, Wing, L. Kam, and Latham, B., Rainwater catchment : status and research priorities in the Southeast Asian region : proceedings of the regional seminar and workshop held in Khon Kaen, Thailand, 29 November to 3 December 1983, vol. 127e. International Development Research Centre (IDRC), Ottawa, Ont, Canada, p. 246 p.: fig., photogr., tab., 1986.
A. Pacey and Cullis, A., Rainwater harvesting : the collection of rainfall and runoff in rural areas. London, UK: IT Publications, 1986, p. viii, 216 p.: fig., tab., ill.
J. E. Turner, Report on technical assistance to the village-level water and sanitation project, CARE/Belize, vol. no. 193. Water and Sanitation for Health Project (WASH), Arlington, VA, USA, p. iii, 29 p., 1986.
Water, Engineering and Development Centre -Loughborough, GB, WEDC and IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, The Hague, NL, [.. title in Sinhalese ..] [Practical solutions in drinking water supply and wastes disposal for developing countries], 2nd rev.ed.nd ed., vol. no. 20. Ratmalana, Sri Lanka: National Water Supply and Drainage Board, 1986, p. 162 p.: fig.
D. Ray, Water harvesting in India, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 8-9: photogr., 1986.
1985
C. Pieck, Catchment and storage of rainwater. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: TOOL, 1985, p. 52 p.: fig.
H. J. McPherson and Gould, J., Experience with rainwater catchment systems in Kenya and Botswana, Natural resources forum, pp. p. 253-263 : 6 fig., 1 tab., 1985.
N. Zealand. M. NZ, Ferrocement tank construction for a rainwater collection system. New Zealand, Ministry of Works and Development, Directorate of Civil Engineering, Public Health, Wellington, New Zealand, p. 36 p.: ills., 1985.
U. Y. U. N. E. S. C. O. Re Montevideo, Interregional technology transfer encounter in Northeast Brazil, 15-25 April 1985 : final report. UNESCO Regional Office for Science and Technology for Latin America and the Cari, Montevideo, Uruguay, p. 58 p.: fig., 1985.
R. B. Isely, Low cost water supply and sanitation technologies, community participation, and health and socio-economic outcomes : an analysis of interrelationships. UNICEF Water, Environment and Sanitation Section, New York, NY, USA, p. 78 p.: fig., tab., 1985.
O. Larrea, Medidas alternativas propuestas para solucionar los problemas de suministro de agua a los nucleos de la colonizacion San Julian en Bolivia, vol. no. 140. Water and Sanitation for Health Project (WASH), Arlington, VA, USA, p. vii, 131 p.: fig., tab., 1985.
UNDP -New York, NY, US, WHO -New Delhi, IN, World Health Organization, and Bangkok, T. H. Mahidol Un, Provision of safe drinking water in rural poverty areas of Thailand : a case study in Yasothon Province. World Health Organization (WHO), New Delhi, India, p. 27 p.: fig., tab., 1985.
N. L. I. S. P. Delft Delft, Water supply : manual. Delft University of Technology, ISP, Delft, The Netherlands, p. 38 p.: fig., 1985.
1982
C. L. P. M. Pompe, Design and calculation of rainwater collection systems, in Proceedings of the International Conference on Rain Water Cistern Systems, 1982, pp. P. 151-157.
R. J. Heggen, Optimal catchment design by mariginal analysis, in Proceedings of the International Conference on Rain Water Cistern Systems, 1982, pp. P. 135-143.
G. B. Loughborou Loughborough and IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, The Hague, NL, Practical solutions in drinking water supply and wastes disposal for developing countries, 2nd rev. ed.nd ed., vol. no. 20. The Hague, The Netherlands: IRC, 1982, p. 115 p. in various pagings.

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