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A. Klutse, Etude comparative des modes de gestion des boues de vidange en Afrique de l'Ouest : analyse des problemes et recommandantions. Centre Regional pour l'Eau Potable et l'Assainissement a Faible Cout (CREPA), Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, p. 47 p. : photogr., 8 tab., 2004.
D. Edwards, Davis, J., and Bellido, E., Evaluation of Peru's national sanitation policies, vol. no. 12E. Environmental Health Project (EHP), Arlington, VA, USA, p. xxi, 75 p. : fig., tab., 2004.
EAWAG -Duebendorf, CH, Swiss Federal Institute for Environmental Science and Technology, Faecal sludge management and treatment (FSM) in developing countries : documents, posters, teaching material produced by SANDEC and its partners 1994-2004. Water and Sanitation in Developing Countries (SANDEC), Duebendorf, Switzerland, p. CD ROM, 2004.
P. Sharma and Srivastava, V., Focus on Maharashtra : alternate management approaches for village water supply system. Water and Sanitation Program - South Asia, New Delhi, India, p. 16 p. : 4 fig., 6 photogr., 4 tab., 2004.
J. Mbuvi and Njoroge, B., From hazard to convenience : towards better management of public toilets in the city of Nairobi. Water and Sanitation Program - African Region, Nairobi, Kenya, p. 12 p. : 3 boxes, 1 fig., 1 tab., 2004.
A. J. James, From sector reform to Swajaldhara : scaling up in India, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p.11-12 : 1 fig., 1 tab., 2004.
Global water scoping process : is there a case for a multistakeholder review of private sector participation in water and sanitation? : scoping report : full report. p. 107 p. : 1 box, 3 tab., 2004.
Global water scoping process : is there a case for a multistakeholder review of private sector participation in water and sanitation? : scoping report : executive summary. p. 25 p. : fig., photogr., tab., 2004.
N. Meisel, Governance culture and development : a different perspective on corporate governance. OECD, Paris, France, p. 142 p. : boxes, tab., 2004.
Global Water Partnership - Stockholm, SE, GWP, Guidance in preparing a national integrated water resources management and efficiency plan : advancing the wssd plan of implementation. Global Water Partnership (GWP), Stockholm, Sweden, p. 31 p. : 3 boxes, 1 fig., 2 tab., 2004.
EPA -Washington, DC, US, Guidelines for water reuse. US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Washington, DC, USA, p. xxviii, 450 p.: fig., photogr., tab., 2004.
WHO -Geneva, CH, World Health Organization, UN-HABITAT -Nairobi, KE, United Nations Human Settlements Programme, WSSCC -Geneva, CH, Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council, and Nairobi, K. E. U. N. E. P. -, Guidelines on municipal wastewater management : a practical guide for decision-makers and professionals on how to plan, design, and finance appropriate and environmentally sound municipal wastewater discharge systems.. UNEP GPA, The Hague, The Netherlands, p. xiv, 92 p. : 40 boxes, 4 checklists, 4 fig., 5 tab., 2004.
The impact of water on the poor : summary of an impact evaluation study of selected ADB water supply and sanitation projects, vol. no. 9. 2004, p. 20 p. : 3 boxes, photogr., 2 tabs.
M. O. R. Abu-Madi, Incentive systems for wastewater treatment and reuse in irrigated agriculture in the MENA region : evidence from Jordan and Tunisia. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: A.A. Balkema, 2004, p. xvi, 230 p. : fig., maps, tab.
A. J. James, India’s sector reform projects and Swajaldhara programme : a case of scaling up community managed water supply : submitted to the IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre. A.J. James, Environmental and Natural Resource Economist, Gurgaon, India, p. x, 93 p. : boxes, fig., tab., 2004.
A. Rogerson, The international aid system 2005-2010 : forces for and against change. Overseas Development Institute (ODI), London, UK, p. 37 p., 2004.
World Bank -Washington, DC, US, Kingdom of Morocco : recent economic developments in infrastructure (REDI) : water supply and sanitation sector. World Bank, Washington, DC, USA, p. viii, 90 p. : 30 fig., 25 tab., 2004.
M. Woodhouse, Baur, P., and Wakelin, O., The legal, institutional and financial framework to enable small scale service provision of rural water supplies in Africa : paper presented at the IWLRI, University of Dundee / AWRA International Specialty Conference 2004, Aug. 29 – Sept. 2. Water Management Consultants (WMC), Shrewsbury, UK, p. qo p. : fig., tab., 2004.
V. Srivastava, Lessons for India : Australia's water sector reforms. Water and Sanitation Program - South Asia, New Delhi, India, p. 16 p. : 7 boxes, 2 tab., 2004.
A. Vaidyanathan and Oudshoom, H. M., Managing water scarcity : experiences and prospects. New Delhi, India: Manohar, 2004, p. 434 p.
Z. W. (R. O. A. F. ) Con Harare and Water and Sanitation Program - Africa Region -Nairobi, KE, (WSP-AF), Moving from protest to proposal : building the capacity of consumer organisations to engage in urban water supply and sanitation sector reform in Africa. Consumers International, Harare, Zimbabwe, p. vi, 23 p. : boxes, tab., 2004.
S. Hickey, Participation : from tyranny to transformation? : exploring new approaches to participation in development. London, UK: ZED Books, 2004, p. x, 292 p.
B. Evans, McMahon, J., and Caplan, K., The partnership paperchase : structuring partnership agreements in water and sanitation in low-income communities. Building Partnerships for Development (BPDWS), London, UK, p. 34 p. : boxes, 2004.
W. T. Lincklaen Arriens and Soussan, J., Poverty and water security : understanding how water affects the poor, vol. no. 2. Manila, Philippines: Asian Development Bank, 2004, p. 28 p. : 4 boxes.
C. Harris and Janssens, J., Public and private sector roles in water supply and sanitation services : operational guidance for World Bank Group staff. World Bank, Washington, DC, USA, p. iv, 23 p. : 1 box, 3 fig., 3 tab., 2004.