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Netwas resource centre has a wide collection of unique materials in water and sanitation field. They are categorised in different subject fields below and total to about 4,000 books.

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Water supply and sanitation

  1. Ankersmit, W. (Ed.). (1998). Water Supply and Sanitation in Developing Countries. Hague, Netherlands: Netherlands Development Assistance .
  2. Appleton, B. (1994). Water: A Priority for Life. Hague, Netherlands: IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre.
  3. Bank, T. W. (1986). Information and Training for Lo-Cost Water Supply and Sanitation. (M. McGarry, Ed.) Washington, D.C, USA: International Bank for Recontruction and Development.
  4. Bank, T. W. (1986). Information and Training for Low-Cost Water Supply and Sanitation. Washington, D.C, U.S.A: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
  5. Barbara Evans, Joe MnMahon and Ken Caplan . (2004). The Partnership Paperchase .
  6. Bernard Collignon, Marie-France Couilliot. (1999). Water Supply and Sanitation. Saint-Etienne, France: Dumas.
  7. Black, a. (1978). Learning what Works. UNDP.
  8. Boot, M. T. (1991). Just Stir Gently. Hague, Netherlands: IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre.
  9. Brikke, F. (2000). Operation and Maintenance of Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Systems . Geneva, Switzerland : WHO.
  10. Broome, J. (1986). Information and Training for Lo-Cost Water Supply and Sanitation. (M. McGarry, Ed.) Washington, D.C, USA: International Bank of Reconstruction and Develpment.
  11. Broome, J. (1986). Information and Training for Lo-Cost Water Supply and Sanitation. (M. McGarry, Ed.) Washingtin, D.C, USA: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
  12. Cairncross, S. (1992). Sanitanition and Water Supply: Practise Lessons From the Decade. Washington, D.C, USA: Iternational Bank for Reconstrution and Development .
  13. Centre, I. I. (2000). Action Monitoring for Effectiveness. (K. Shordt, Ed.) Delft, Netherlands: DANIDA.
  14. Centre, I. I. (1988). Community Self-Improvement in Water Supply and Sanitation . Hague, Netherlands: IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre.
  15. Centre, I. I. (1997). Highlights on Water Supply and Sanitation . Hague , Netherlands: IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre.
  16. Centre, I. I. (1991). Partner for Progress. Hague, Netherlands: IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre .
  17. Dangerfield, B. J. (Ed.). (1983). Water Supply and Sanitation in Development Countries . London, England: The Institute of Water Engineering and Scientists.
  18. Dangerfield, B. J. (Ed.). (1983). Water Supply and Sanitation in Development Countries. London, England: The Institute of Water Engineers and Scientists.
  19. David Nyamwaya, Peter Akuma. (1986). A Guide To Health Education in Water and Sanitation Programmes. Nairobi, Kenya: AMREF.
  20. E. J . Schiller and B. G. Latham. (1986). Information and Training for Lo-Cost Water Supply and Sanitation. (D. Trattles, Ed.) Washington, D.C, USA: Iternational Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
  21. Eirah Gorre-Dale, Dick De Jong and Jack Ling. (1993). Communication in Water Supply and Sanitation . (P. Mclntyre, Ed.) IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre .
  22. Evans, P. (1992). Paying the Piper. Hague, Netharlands: IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre.
  23. Francois Brikke, Maarten Bredero, Tom De Veer and Jo Smet. (1997). Linking Technology Choice with Operation and Maintenance for Low-Cost Water Supply and Sanitation . Geneva, Switzerland: IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre.
  24. Gibson, N. C. (Ed.). (1984). Human Resources Development Handbook. Geneva: WHO.
  25. Golladay, F. L. (1983). Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Sanitation . Washington ,D.C, USA: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
  26. Grover, B. (1983). Water Supply and Sanitation Project Preparation Handbook. Washington, D.C, U.S.A: International Bank for Recontruction and Development .
  27. Heijnen, H. (Ed.). Information Development. UK: Bowker-Saur .
  28. Hillel I. Shuval, C. G. (1981). Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Sanitation. Washington, D.C, UAS: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development .
  29. Hine, D. (1986). Information and Training for Lo-Cost Water Supply and Sanitation. (N. MacMillan, Ed.) Washington, D.C, USA: International Bank fro Reconstruction and Development.
  30. Hine, D. (1986). Information and Training for Low-Cost Water Supply and Sanitation. Washington, D.C, USA: International Balnk for Reconstruction and Development.
  31. Hukka,J., Juhola, P., Katko, T., Morange, H. and Pietila, P. (eds.). (1994). Sound Institutional Strategies for Water Supply and Sanitation Services . Tampere , Finland.
  32. IDWSSD, WHO. International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade . (B. Appleton, Ed.) WHO.
  33. IRC. (1995). A Developing Crisis. Hague: IRC.
  34. IRC. (1995). Achievements and Challenges. Hague: IRC.
  35. IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre , Cinara. (1997). Technology Transfer in Water Supply and Sanitation Sector: A Learning Experience from Colombia. (J. T. Visscher, Ed.) Hague, Netherlands: IRC, Cali, CINARA.
  36. IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre , WHO. (1991). Inventory of Selected Training Matreials in Water Supply and Sanitation . Hague, Netherlands: IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre .
  37. IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre , WHO. (1990). Towards Sustainable Water and Sanitation . IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre .
  38. IRC. (1995). No More Business as Usual. Hague: IRC.
  39. IRC, UNICEF. (1987). Evaluating Water Supply and Sanitation Projects. Hague, Netherlands: IRC.
  40. IRC, WHO. (1988). Water Supply and Sanitation in Developing Countries. Hague, Netherlands: IRC Internationsl Water and Sanitation Centre.
  41. Jahan, M. F. (Ed.). (2000). Participatory Management of Low-Cost Water Supply and Sanitation (1st ed.). ITN-Bangladesh .
  42. Janelle Plummer, Piers Cross. (2006). Tackling Corruption in the Water and Sanitation Sector in Africa . Nairobi, Kenya.
  43. Jennifer Sara, A. G. (1996). Rurals Water Supply and Sanitation in Bolivia. Washington, D.C, USA: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development .
  44. Johan Rockstrom, Goran Nilsson Axberg, Malin Falkenmark, Mats Lannerstad, Arno Rosemarin, Ian Caldwell, Anders Arvidson and Mattias Nordstrom. (2005). Sustainable Pathways to Attain the Millenium Development . Stockholm International Water Institute .
  45. John M. Kalbermatten, D. S. (1980). Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Sanitation . Washington, D.C, USA: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
  46. John M. Kalbermatten, D. S. (1980). Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Sanitation . Washington, D.C, USA: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development .
  47. John M. Kalbermatten, D. S. (1980). Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Sanitation . Wasgington, D.C, USA: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development .
  48. John M. Kalbermatten, D. S. (1980). Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Sanitation. Washington,D.C, USA: Inernational Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
  49. John M. Kalbermatten, DeAnn S. Julius and Charles G. Gunnerson. (1980). Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Sanitation. Washington, D.C , USA: Iternational Bank for Reconstruction and Development .
  50. K.J. Bender, A. Van Dam, J. Forget and E. Gorre-Dale . (1989). Information and Training for Low-Cost Water Supply and Sanitation . Washington, D.C, USA: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development .
  51. Katko, T. S. (1997). Water. Helsinki, Finland: FIWA.
  52. MacMillan, M. M. (Ed.). (1986). Information and Training for Lo-Cost Water Supply and Sanitation. Washington, D.C, USA: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development .
  53. Mayling Simpson-Hebert. (1983). Methods for Gathering Socio-Cultural Data for Water Supply and Sanitation Projects. Washington, D.C, USA: International Bank of Reconstruction and Development.
  54. McGarry, H. A. (Ed.). (1989). Rural Water Supply and Sanitation in Pakistan. Washington, D.C, USA: The International Bank foe Reconstruction and Development.
  55. McGarry, M. (1986). Information and Training for Lo-Cost Water Supply and Sanitation. (N. MacMillan, Ed.) Wahington , D.C, USA: Iternational Bank for Reconstruction and Development .
  56. McPherson, H. (1986). Information and Training for Lo-Cost Water Supply and Sanitation. (R. Tarasofsky, Ed.) Washington ,D.C, USA: Internation Bank of Reconstruction and Development.
  57. Meera Mehta , Thomas Fugelsnes. (2003). Water Supply and Sanitation in PRSPs in Sub-Saharan Africa:. Water and Sanitation Program .
  58. Meera Mehta and Kameel Virjee. (2003). Financing Small Water Supply and Sanitation Service Providers . WSP.
  59. Mehta, M. Meeting the Financing Challenge for Water Supply and Sanitation . Wshington, D.C, USA: The World Bank, Water and Sanitation Program.
  60. Mehta, M. (2004). Meeting the Financing Challenge for Water Supply and Sanitation . Nairobi, Kenya: Water and Sanitation Program.
  61. Morgan, P. (1990). Rural Water Supply and Sanitation. Zimbambwe: Macmillan Education Ltd.
  62. Narayan, D. (1993). Participatory Evaluation . Washington, D.C, USA: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development .
  63. Obeng, L. (1986). Information and Training for Lo-Cost Water Supply and Sanitation. (D. Trattles, Ed.) Washington, D.C, USA: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development .
  64. Obeng, L. (1986). Information and Training for Lo-Cost Water Supply and Sanitation. (G. Tschannerl, Ed.) Washington, D.C, USA: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development .
  65. Organizaion, W. H. (2000). Africa 2000 Initiative for Water Supply & Sanitation .
  66. Organization, W. H. (2000). Africa 2000 Intiative for Water Supply and Sanitation .
  67. Param Iyer, Barbara Evans, Jason Cardosi and Norman Hicks. (2005). Rural Water Supply, Sanitation and Budget Support-Guidelines for Task Teams . International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
  68. Parker, S. (1993). Information Management in the Water and Sanitation Sector. Hague, Netherlands: IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre.
  69. Philip Roark, Jonathan Hodgkin, Alan Wyatt. (1993). Models of Management Systems for the Operation and Maintenance of Rural Water Supply and Sanitation System . Washington, USA: Environmental Health Project .
  70. Program, W. a. (2001). Decentralization (Esther Muya ed.). Uganda.
  71. Program, W. a. New Designs for Water and Sanitation Transaction . Washinton, D.C: PPIAF.
  72. Program, W. a. New Designs for Water and Sanitation Transactions. Washington, D.C, USA.
  73. Razak, V. (1984). Human Resource Development. U.S.A: Office of Health Bureau for Science and Technology.
  74. Reed, B. (2001). Working Together . UK: WEDC.
  75. Reynolds, J. (1992). Handpump:Towards a Sustainable Technology Research and Development During the Water Supply and Sanitation Decade. Wahington, D.C, USA: The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
  76. Sanitation, I. C. (1987). Interwater Thesaurus for Community Water Supply and Sanitation. Hague, Netherlands: IRC Community Water Supply and Sanitation.
  77. Serageldin, I. (1994). Water Supply, Sanitation and Environmental Sustainability . Washington, D.C, USA: The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development .
  78. Susan Graas, Annette Bos, Caroline Fugueres and Tunde Adegoke. (2007). Partnerships in the Water and Sanitation Sector . Netherlands: International Water and Sanitation Centre.
  79. Trattles, D. (1986). Information and Training for Lo-Cost Water Supply and Sanitation. (B. Latham, Ed.) Washington, D.C, USA: International Bank for Recontruction and Development.
  80. UNDP. (1990). Global Consultation on Safe Water and Sanitation for the 1990s. Delhi, India.
  81. UNDP. (1986). Information and Training for Low-Cost Water Supply and Sanitation . Wahington D.C, U.S.A: International Bank for Recostruction and Development.
  82. UNDP. (1986). Information and Training for Low-Cost Water Supply and Sanitation. Washington, D,C, U.S.A: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development .
  83. UNDP. Water and Sanitation for Health: Toward the year 2000. New York: International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade.
  84. UNDP. (1988). Water and Sanitation Towards Equitable and Sustainable Development. Washington,D.C, USA: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
  85. UNDP. (1990). Workshop on Goals and Indicators for Monitoring and Evaluation foe Water Supply and Sanitation. Geneva, Switzerland.
  86. UNDP, UNESCO, UNICEF. (1997). Clean Water and Better Sanitation. (B. Musumba, Ed.) Motif Creative Atrs Ltd.
  87. UNDP, WSP, EUWI. (2006). Getting Africa on Track tp Meet the MDGs on Water and Snitation. Africa.
  88. UNICEF. (1979). Assignment Children. (D. P. Mandl, Ed.) UNICEF.
  89. UNICEF. (1990). Global Consultation on Safe Water and Sanitation for the 1990s. Delhi, India: UNICEF.
  90. UNICEF. UNICEF Strategies in Water and Environmental Sanitation . New York: UNICEF.
  91. UNICEF. (1994). Water and Environmental Sanitation. Uganda.
  92. Vincent Zajac, S. M. (1984). Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Sanitation. Washington, D.C, USA: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
  93. Volta Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project.
  94. White, D. A. (1981). Community Participation in Water and Sanitation. Hague, Netherlands: IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre .
  95. WHO. (1986). Institutional Development in Community Water Supply and Sanitation. Geneva: WHO.
  96. WHO. (1984). International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade. (B. Appleton, Ed.) Geneva: WHO.
  97. WHO. (1985). International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade. London.
  98. WHO. (1990). The International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade . Geneva, Switzerland : CWS .
  99. WHO. (1983). The International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade. Geneva, Switzerland : CWS.
  100. WHO. (1985). The International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade. Geneva, Switzerland: CWS.
  101. WHO. (1990). Water Supply and Sanitation. Geneva.
  102. WHO, DGIS. (1988). International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Consultation. Hague, Netherlands: WHO.
  103. WHO, U. Meeting the MDG Drinking Water and Sanitation . Geneva , Switzerland: WHO, UNICEF.
  104. Witold Rybezynski, C. P. (1982). Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Sanitation. Washington, D.C, USA: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development .
  105. Wolf, J.-P. (1991). Water 7 Sanitation 89- A Synthesis. Berne, Switzerland: SCD.
  106. WSP. (2003). Better Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor. Kenya.

 


Water management

  1. Bank, W. (1995). Water Resources Management (3rd ed.). Washington DC, United States of America.
  2. Bont, C. d. (2000). Delft,s Water. IHE Delft.
  3. Claudia Sadoff, M. M. (2009). Water Management,WWater Security and Climate Change Adaptation:early Impacts and Essential Responses. Global Water Partnership.
  4. Coomunities, E. (1998). Towards Sustainable Water Resource Management.
  5. Eglal Rached, E. R. (Ed.). (1996). Water Management in Africa and the Middle East. Canada: International Development Resarch Centre.
  6. Lange, E. d. (Ed.). (1998). Learning in the Field. Hague, Netherlands.
  7. N.C.Thanh, A. K. (Ed.). (1990). Enviromentally Sound Water Mangement. Delhi: Oxford University Press.
  8. Ndambuki, J. M. (2001). Multi-Objective Groundwater Quantity Management. Netherlands: DUP Science.
  9. Rogers, P. Comprehensive Water Resource Management.
  10. Ryan, F. (1994). Water Management in Homes adnd Villages. Ryan Foundation.
  11. Ton Schouten, P. M. (2003). Community Water,Community Management (1st. ed.). London, UK: ITDG.
  12. Urban Water Management. (1997). France: Hydrocom Editions.
  13. Visscher, J. T. (1994). Towards Better Water Resources Management. Hague, Netherlands: IRC.
  14. Water and Air Resource Management. (1968). U.S.A: International Business Machine Corparation.
  15. Wendy S.Ayres, A. B. (1997). Intergrated Lake and Reservoir Management (1st ed.). Wasington dc, U.S.A.

 

Health and hygiene

 

  1. A Simple Solution Oral Rehydration Therapy in Kenya. UNICEF.
  2. A guide to Leprosy for Field Staff. (1977). Nairobi , Kenya: AMREF.
  3. A Handbook on Diarrhoea Control For Leaders and Community Workers . CDD, PRITECH & UNICEF.
  4. A Participatory Approach for Hygiene Education and Promotion.
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  7. Abebe, L. S. (1986). Hygienic Water Quality: Its Relation to Health and Testing Aspects in Tropical Conditions. Tampere, Finland.
  8. Acres, L. M. (Ed.). (1996). Abstracts on Hugiene and Communicable Diseases (Vol. 71 No 8). CAB International.
  9. Acres, L. M. (Ed.). (1996). Abstracts on Hugiene and Communicable Diseases (Vol. 71 No 6). CAB International.
  10. Acute Watery Diarrhoea and Cholera in the Horn, C. a.
  11. Afya (Vol. 20). (1986). Nairobi, Kenya: AMREF.
  12. Ali, A. (1991). Status of Health in Napal. South South Soilidarity & Nepal, India: Resource Centre for Primary Health Care, Nepal & South South Soilidarity.
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  18. Bo Balldin , Richard Hart, Rolf Huendes ans Zier Versluys. Child Health (1st ed.). Africa Medical and Research Foundation.
  19. Boot, M. (1995). Hygiene Education in Bangladesh. New York: UNICEF.
  20. Boot, M. T. (1984). Making the Links. Hague, Netherlands : IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre.
  21. Boot, M. T. (1989). Making the Links. Hague , Netherlands : IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre.
  22. Brelet-Rueff, C. (1997). Helping Children in the Humid Tropics: Water Education. Ibadan, Nigeria: International Institute of Tropical Agriculture.
  23. C.R.Swift. (1977). Mental Health. Nairobi, Kenya: AMREF.
  24. Cairncross, E. B. (2004). Sustainability of Hygiene Behaviour and the Effectiveness of Change Interventions (Vol. Booklet 1). Delft, Netherlands: IRC International Water and Sanitatin Centre.
  25. Cairncross, K. S. (2004). Sustainability of Hygiene Behaviour and the Effectiveness of Change Interventions (Vol. Booklet 2). Delft, Netherlands : IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre.
  26. Caring with Confidence. (1997). AHRTAG.
  27. Centre, I. I. (1992). Health through Sanitationa and Water.
  28. Control of Diarrhoeal Diseases in the Community. Kampala, Uganda: Republic of Uganda Ministry of Health.
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  31. Curtis, V. (1998). The Danger of Dirt : Household Hygiene and Health .
  32. D. Nyamwaya, K. M. (1994). A Guide to Health Promotion Through Water and Sanitation. Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania: Health Behaviour and Education Department, AMREF .
  33. Diarrhoeal Diseases Control. (1982). WHO.
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  38. Floyd B. Taylor, William E. Wood. (1982). Guideline on HeallthAspects of Plumbing. Hague, Netherlands : International Reference Centre for Community Water and Sanitation.
  39. Forget, G. (1992). Health and the Environment. Ontario, Canada: International Development Research Centre.
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  41. Gilbert, R. L. (Ed.). (1996). Abstracts on Hugiene and Communicable Diseases (Vol. 71 No 5). CAB International.
  42. Gilbert, R. L. (Ed.). (1996). Abstracts on Hugiene and Communicable Diseases (Vol. 17 No 4). CAD International.
  43. Gilbert, R. L. (Ed.). (1996). Abstracts on Hugiene and Communicable Diseases (Vol. 17 No 4). CAB International.
  44. Gilbert, R. L. (Ed.). (1996). Abstracts on Hugiene and Communicable Diseases (Vol. 71 No 2). CAB International.
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  48. Health, R. o. Control of Diarrhoeal Diseases in the Community. UNICEF.
  49. health, R. o. (2006). Malaria For Health Workers in Kenya. Nairobi, Kenya: Division of Malaraia Control.
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  53. Information on AIDS Teachers. AMREF.
  54. J. Maneno, P.Schluter, A. C. Sjoerdsma, L.C Vogel, F. Savage King. (1982). Outpatient Services. Nairobi, Kenya: Ministry of Health Kenya.
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  57. John Briscoe, R. G. (1985). Measuring the Impact of Water Supply and Sanitation Facilities on Diarrhoea Morbidity: Prospects for Case- Control Methods. Geneva: WHO.
  58. Kanki, V. C. (1998). Happy, Health and Hygienic (Vol. 1). New York, USA: UNICEF.
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  60. Kerr, C. (Ed.). (1995). Community Health and Sanitation. London , UK: Intermediate Technology .
  61. KWAHO. 3 Decade of Exellence. KWAHO.
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  63. Listorti, J. A. (1996). Bridging Environmental Health Gaps (Vol. 1). Environmentally Sustainable Development Division Africa Technical Department.
  64. Listorti, J. A. (1996). Bridging Environmental Health Gaps (Vol. 2). Environmentally Sustainable Development Division Africa Technical Department.
  65. Lizette Burgers, M. B.-S. (1988). Hygiene Education in Water Supply and Sanitation Program. Hague, Netherlands : IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre.
  66. Lumbama, N. (1995). Environmental Health Education Module for Cities in Developing Countries. Nairobi, Kenya: Earth Care Africa.
  67. Malaria Control in Complex Emergencies. (2005). WHO.
  68. Marieke T. Boot, S. C. (Ed.). (1993). Actions Speak. Hague, Netherlands: IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre & London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine .
  69. McCusker, J. Epidemiology. AMREF.
  70. McCusker, J. (1978). Epidemiology in Community Health. Nairobi, Kenya: AMREF.
  71. Migue, D. M. (Ed.). (1988). Afya (Vol. 22). Nairobi: AMREF.
  72. Murre, C. V. Motivating Better Hygiene Behaviour: Importance for Public Health Mechanisms of Change. Hague, Netherlands : UNICEF.
  73. N.S.N.Rao. (1978). Elements of Health Statistics . TARA.
  74. Nadim, N. E. (1980). Rral Health Care in Egypt. Ottawa, Canada: International Development Research Centre.
  75. Noncommunicable Diseases: A Strategy for the African Region. (2000). WHO.
  76. Nyamwaya, D. (1985). A Hnadbook for Village Health Educators. Botswana: Ministry of Local Government and Lands, Republic of Botswana & UNICEF.
  77. Oduol, E. (1988). Kitabu Chenye Vielelezo Juu Ya Utunzaji wa Afya Zetu. (C. Msuya, Ed.) Nairobi, Kenya: AMREF.
  78. Oliver, C. W. Talking Drums. (C. W. Oliver, Ed.) Washington, D.C, USA: USAID.
  79. Ousseynou Guene, C. S. (1999). Promotion De I'hygiene du Milieu.
  80. Penina Ochola, Wilson K. Kisubi. (1992). Primary Helath Care: Experiences in Eastern and Southern Africa. Nairobi, Kenya: AMREF.
  81. Peter Schluter, J. M. Health Project Management. EMREF.
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  83. Principle and Practice of Cholera Control. (1970). Geneva: WHO.
  84. Response, D. o. Guidelines on Cholera Control. Ministry of Health & WHO.
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  86. Roberto Lenton, A. M. (2005). Health , Dignity, and Development:What will it take? UK & USA: Earthscan.
  87. Ryan, J. R. (1995). Hygiene Education in Zambia. New York, USA: UNICEF.
  88. Sally F. Bloomfield, K. J. (2006). Home Hygiene in Development Countries Prevention of Infection in the Home and the Peri-domestic Setting. UK & India: International Scientific Forum on Human Hygiene.
  89. Sandy Cairncross, D. O. (2003). Health, Environment and the Burden of Disease; A Guidance Note. London, UK: Department For International Development.
  90. Sara Wood, R. S.-H. (1998). PHAST-Step-by Step Guide: A Participatory Approach for the Control of Diarrhoeal Disease. Geneva, Switzerland: WHO.
  91. schordt, K. (1968). action Monitoring foe Effectiveness (Vol. Part 1). Delft, Netherlands: IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre.
  92. Shaffer, R. Beyond The Dispensary . AMREF.
  93. Shordt, K. (2000). Action Monitoring for Effectiveness (Vol. Part II : Fact Sheets). IRC Iternational Water and Sanitation Centre.
  94. Shordt, K. (2001). Hyigiene Promotion and Education. IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre.
  95. Simavi Clients Paper. (1995). Netherlands : SIMAVI.
  96. Steven A. Esrey, I. A. (2001). Closing the Loop. (R. Sawyer, Ed.) New York, USA: UNDP & SIDA.
  97. Susan C.M. Scrimshaw, E. H. (1987). RAP for Nutrition and Primary Health Care. USA: United Nation University, UNICEF & UCLA.
  98. Sustainability of Changes in Hygiene Behaviour. (2001). Kerela, India: Socio Economic Unit Foundation.
  99. Teka, G. -E. The Status of Environmental Health Programmes, their Multi-Sectorality and Co-ordination Mechanism in Ethiopia. Addis Ababa: Associate Professor Dept. of Community Health Faculty of Medicine .
  100. The Who Environmental Health Criteria. (1994). Geneva: UNEP, ILO & WHO.
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