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Title8th ITN Africa conference, Accra, Ghana, 25th-29th November, 1996 : papers
Publication TypeConference Report
Year of Publication1996
AuthorsTREND -Kumasi, GH, Training, Research and Networking for Development
Pagination18 papers + abstracts
Date Published1996-11-01
PublisherTraining Research and Networking for Development (TREND)
Place PublishedKumasi, Ghana
Keywordsdemand responsive approaches, east africa, networks, planning, training, training centres


1. Abstracts of conference papers
2. An appraisal of sewerage maintenance in Ghana / Lukma Y. Salifu
3. Audience-based message design for community hygiene education: an experience from the Kumasi Health Education Project, Kumasi, Ghana / Solomon Panford
4. Commitment of local authorities: observations from some districts in the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana / Kwasi Dadie-Amoah
5. Community based, demand driven sector initiatives: how sustainable can they be / Graham Jones & F. Mauwena Dotse
6. Community management of operation and maintenance: challenges to sustainable water and sanitation development / Festus Kwame Kwadzokpo
7. Community perceptions of the Mozambique Sanitation Programme / Anon
8. Community water supply management / Grace N. Nkambule
9. Follow up : a necessary component for sustainability of the latrine construction programme: observations in six districts in Ashanti Region / Amadeus Mensah Akorli
10. Impact of alternative sanitation technology on the lives of African women / Nonhlanhla Mjoli-Mncube
11. Institutional development of community management groups for rural water supply and sanitation: an overview / UNDP-World Bank Regional Water and Sanitation Group East and Southern Africa
12. A paper on management training for sustainability of water and sanitation projects / Abimola Davies-Cole
13. The private sector in community water and sanitation programme in Ghana: the case of partner organizations in Brong Ahafo Region / Kwame Frempah-Yeboah
14. Promotion of rural sanitation in Ghana: Brong Ahafo experience / Anon
15. Quelle strategie pour perenniser la gestion des dechets solides a Conarky / Daouda Camara
16. SARAR: The mistress of change in distress: A case study on the sinking image of the Sarar participatory methodology in Ghana / Oliver Frompoing
17. Solar water pumping: a reliable water supply alternative for peri-urban areas of developing countries / Mahamadou Tounkara
18. Sustainability of rural water supplies in Uganda / Tom Kayamba Mwesa
19. The use of participatory approaches in designing community based water and sanitation programmes / Oduro Donkor

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