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  1. A hidden crisis: strengthening the evidence base on the current failures of rural groundwater supplies * (2015)
    Bonsor, H.C.
  2. A methodology for evaluating education and training activities: a case study in Ethiopia * (2015)
    Coff, B.
  3. A mobile based system for monitoring usage of household latrines and hygiene practices in Madhya Pradesh, India * (2015)
    Nayak, V.
  4. Acceptability of urban water, sanitation, electricity and transport servicesÊ * (2015)
    Smout, I.
  5. Access to emergency sanitation for Pakistani women: a case study in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan * (2015)
    Ahmed, W.
  6. Accessibility audit for mainstreaming the rights of the persons with disabilities in Bangladesh * (2015)
    Ahmed, S.
  7. Achieving sustainable operation and maintenance of water and sanitation facilities: findings from selected primary schools in northern Uganda * (2015)
    Namata, T.
  8. Adapting the life-cycle costs approach for rural water supply in DRC through the DRC WASH Consortium * (2015)
    Jones, S.
  9. Alternatives in ecological sanitation: a comparison of systems in Uganda * (2015)
    Kamuteera, E.
  10. An assessment of the informal water sector in the provision of water supply services to consumers in Idah town, Nigeria * (2015)
    Ataguba, C. O.
  11. An update of themes and trends in urban community-led total sanitation projects * (2015)
    Myers, J.
  12. Analysing and supporting spare parts and maintenance supply chains for handpumps in rural DR Congo * (2015)
    Jones, S.
  13. Attitudes and practises with regard to emptying of onsite systems in Maputo, Mozambique * (2015)
    BŠuerl, M.
  14. Barriers to access water and sanitation services by the urban poor in larger towns of Madhya Pradesh, India: an assessment of citizens' perception * (2015)
    Kumar, C.
  15. Behaviour change determinants: the key to successful WASH strategies * (2015)
    Egreteau, D.
  16. Bengali women's ideas about water quality * (2015)
    Hanchett, Suzanne
  17. Biogas production in refugee camps: when sustainability increases safety and dignity * (2015)
    Eyrard, Julien
  18. Biosand filters in schools: can they be restarted after abandonment over the long holidays? * (2015)
    Reed, M.
  19. Challenges of sustaining urban water supply for rapidly growing post-war city: a case study of Hargeisa City * (2015)
    Farah, Kassim O.
  20. CLTS lessons learnt in Nakuru * (2015)
    Murigi, P.
  21. Community participation in water and sanitation services: role of Panchayati Raj in India * (2015)
    Bhattacharyya, Udaybhanu
  22. Community Water Plus: assessing the pluses of successful community-managed rural water supply in India * (2015)
    Hutchings, P.
  23. Cost structure of water supply system in Kolkata: analysis of Kolkata Municipal Corporation budget * (2015)
    Chakraborty, Prakriti Kumar
  24. Dealing with messy problems: lessons from water harvesting systems for crop production in Burkina Faso * (2015)
    Bunclark, Lisa
  25. Delivering sustainable water supply in fragile and conflict affected states: experiences from Syria * (2015)
    Boot, Niall Lawrence David
  26. Department level changes in pediatric diarrhea and mortality after a large-scale WASH program in Honduras * (2015)
    Deal, J.
  27. Desludging of difficult sludge with easy equipment designs: results of field-testing in Blantyre, Malawi * (2015)
    Spit, J.
  28. Determinants of service sustainability: small piped water schemes in rural Rwanda * (2015)
    Wolfsbauer, M.
  29. Disruptive design in sanitation marketing: lessons from product and process innovations in Bangladesh * (2015)
    MacArthur, J.
  30. EcoSan: sustainable solution to sanitation problem in rural India * (2015)
    Gupta, A.
  31. Effect of eliminating open defecation on diarrhoeal morbidity: an ecological study of Namable sub-County, Kenya * (2015)
    Njuguna, J.
  32. Effective and sustainable WASH services: a case study of a community-managed project (CMP) approach in Ethiopia * (2015)
    Suominen, A.
  33. Effectiveness of the community-based maintenance system for rural water supply facilities in Uganda * (2015)
    Kiwanuka, J.
  34. Efffect of poor performance of water utility in Port Harcourt, Nigeria * (2015)
    Wami, Meleruchi
  35. Empowering for dignity: best practices of community WASH committees in North Lebanon * (2015)
    Arab, N.
  36. Enabling investment in urban sanitation services through the sustainable full cost recovery principle * (2015)
    Abeysuriya, K.
  37. Evaluating water delivery systems using continuous objective measurements of supply and demand * (2015)
    Ermilio, Jordan
  38. Evolving an effective market based WaSH response whilst responding to the Syria crisis, and more specifically the cooperation with the local Government in Syria itselfÊ * (2015)
    Lamb, Jenny
  39. Expanding preparedness: integrating emergency response with water sector development in the S(P)EEDWater tool * (2015)
    Szanto, Gabor
  40. Exploring the capacity building ladder * (2015)
    Reed, B.
  41. Faecal sludge management in Faridpur, Bangladesh: scaling-up through service level agreements * (2015)
    Stevens, Lucy
  42. Faecal sludge management in peri-urban Malawi: investigating the policy gaps * (2015)
    Nyirenda, D. C.
  43. Faecal sludge treatment by vermifiltration: proof of concept * (2015)
    Furlong, C
  44. From emergency to development or vice versa? Key lessons from the innovation of a well drilling method * (2015)
    van Kinderen, I.
  45. Gender and social inclusive WASH planning and policy in Nepal * (2015)
    Sah, R. D.
  46. Gendered priorities for improved sanitation: insights from Kisumu Kenya * (2015)
    Jewitt, S.
  47. Great expectations: self-supply as a formal service delivery model for rural water in Ethiopia * (2015)
    Mekonta, L.
  48. Healthy-Home approach: lasting changes in hygiene behaviour in rural Bangladesh * (2015)
    Mukherjee, S
  49. Horizontal challenges: WASH and nutrition integration * (2015)
    Bery, R.
  50. Human rights to water and sanitation in India: voices from the people and accountability of duty bearers * (2015)
    Arickal, B
  51. Hygiene promotion in Ebola: embedding best practices for safe and dignified burials Ð the case of Freetown, Sierra Leone. * (2015)
    Flachenberg, Franck
  52. Hygiene promotion: designing a simple, scalable programme in rural Mozambique * (2015)
    Beale, J.
  53. Identification of suitable zones for manual drilling using borehole data, thematic maps and remote sensing * (2015)
    Fussi, Fabio
  54. Improving self-supply water sources as a key to reach the water related SDG * (2015)
    Holtslag, Henk
  55. Inclined plate settler for emergency water treatment: final design * (2015)
    BŽdard, G.
  56. Informal waste workers on Lagos dumpsites: analysis of gender difference in sources of livelihood * (2015)
    Obadina, A.
  57. Innovative mechanisms for improving self-supply services * (2015)
    Olschewski, Andre
  58. Integrating infant and young child feeding with community-led total sanitation: a case study of strategic partnership to fight stunting in Jigawa and Katsina states of Nigeria * (2015)
    Ogunjobi, Bioye
  59. Integrating WASH, nutrition and health programmes to tackle malnutrition in Eastern Chad * (2015)
    Bauby, A. L.
  60. Is the sanitation sector ready for the post 2015 goals? Lessons learnt from Zambia * (2015)
    Kennedy-Walker, R.
  61. Learning from implementation of the sanitation and hygiene master plan in Nepal * (2015)
    Adhikari, A. K.
  62. Lessons on small towns water and sanitation reforms in Jigawa State, Nigeria * (2015)
    Yakubu, N.
  63. Mainstreaming menstrual hygiene management: lessons from a decade of programme and policy work * (2015)
    Mirza, S. Y.
  64. Mainstreaming social marketing in Tdh WASH interventions in South Asia * (2015)
    Kharal, L.
  65. Micro-insurance: a proposed practical solution to mitigate handpump maintenance challenges in Malawi. * (2015)
    Chisenga, B.
  66. Mobile-enabled payment as an innovative water utility cost recovery method in Nigeria * (2015)
    Ezenwaji, E E
  67. mPMIS: An intelligent WASH monitoring system of payment by result (PbR) approach * (2015)
    Morshed Alam, K.
  68. Multi-faceted approach to introducing household water treatment technology in South Africa * (2015)
    Zulu, S.
  69. One WASH National Program (OWNP) Ethiopia: a SWAp with a comprehensive management structure * (2015)
    Goyol, K B
  70. Partnerships in sanitation service management and infrastructure provision in Kumasi, Ghana * (2015)
    Nyarko, K.
  71. Performance evaluation of sewerage systems: a case of Himachal Pradesh * (2015)
    Gill, Dharmendra
  72. Philippines: The challenges of the transition from emergency to development after Typhoon Haiyan * (2015)
    Ockelford, J
  73. Pit emptying business model: lessons learnt from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania * (2015)
    Godfrey, Amaka
  74. Pledge for making India open defecation free by 2019: opportunity and challenge * (2015)
    Mishra, Vinod Kumar
  75. Political economy influences on enterprise engagement in Indonesia, Vietnam and Timor-Leste * (2015)
    Willetts, Juliet
  76. Principles and challenges in scaling up CLTS: experiences from Madhya Pradesh (India) * (2015)
    Arickal, B
  77. Professionalisation of local WASH actors: a public-private partnership model for WASH effectiveness * (2015)
    Harvey, A.
  78. Promoting sustainability in refugee and IDP responses * (2015)
    Bastable, Andy
  79. Rapid assessment of prepaid water systems in Africa * (2015)
    Heymans, C.
  80. Real time monitoring of rural sanitation at scale in Zambia using mobile-to-web technologies * (2015)
    Osbert, N.
  81. RedR responses to changing humanitarian needs * (2015)
    Hodgson, R.
  82. Replicating the sanitation marketing model of the low-cost product Easy Latrine in Sindh Province, South Pakistan * (2015)
    Awan, D.
  83. Role of school health clubs in promotion of better health in Wakiso, Central Uganda * (2015)
    Nakijoba, L.
  84. Sabar Shouchagar: an emerging and inspiring district level model for eliminating open defecation in India * (2015)
    Salim, P.B.
  85. Sanitation in Challenging Environments (SCE) Project: mobilising sector engagement and innovation in Cambodia * (2015)
    Bukauskas, K.
  86. Saving water in the home: investigating water conservation in Kingston and St Andrew, Jamaica * (2015)
    Patterson, N.
  87. Septage treatment in Indonesia: lessons from field investigations in seven cities * (2015)
    Tayler, K
  88. Sharing water, sanitation, and hygiene knowledge through online spaces * (2015)
    Mills, O.
  89. Should NGOs lead post-emergency sanitation marketing? Experience from Jacmel, Haiti * (2015)
    Mazeau, Adrien P.
  90. Smart technologies for urban and peri-urban communities: Amref Health Africa's experience in promoting water borne/pour flush toilets in Uganda * (2015)
    Namata, T.
  91. Social and economic factors influencing the choice of water supply in rural Karnataka, India * (2015)
    Linneck, S.
  92. Social and psychological impact of limited access to sanitation: MHM and reproductive tract infections * (2015)
    Mishra, Vinod Kumar
  93. Solar powered water pumping in refugee camps: lessons learnt from East and Horn of Africa * (2015)
    Kraehenbuehl, M.
  94. Solid waste management in refugee camps: a case study from Myanmar * (2015)
    Di Bella, V
  95. Strengthening the role of WASH and disabilities in Bangladesh * (2015)
    Snel, M
  96. Success indicators and barriers to access: a study of community-based water management in Uganda * (2015)
    Check, K.
  97. Supplementing government initiatives for universal access to sanitation through district-wide approach * (2015)
    Prakash, Amar
  98. Sustainability of hand-dug wells in Tanzania: results from a post-evaluation * (2015)
    Gill, Laurence
  99. Sustainability of WASH practices: hygiene behaviour in the rural settings of Bangladesh * (2015)
    Dey, N. C.
  100. System-based decision trees for the selection of sanitation technologies * (2015)
    Ramoa, Ana Rita

 

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