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  1. PPP and the Poor: The real obstacles to universal access to drinking water in developing countries. (Thoughts stemming from how poor neighbourhood populations living in Port-au-Prince (Haiti) and Buenos Aires (Argentina) experience access to drinking water) * (2005)
    Botton, Sarah; Brailowsky, Alexandra; Matthieussent, Sarah; Sohail, M.
  2. PPP and the Poor: Water and sanitation tariffs for the poor. Guidance notes * (2004)
    Sohail, M.
  3. Running water: More technical briefs on health, water and sanitation (1999)
    Shaw, Rod
  4. Rural water supply in Africa: Building blocks for handpump sustainability * (2004)
    Harvey, Peter; Reed, Bob
  5. Sanitation for primary schools in Africa * (2008)
    Reed, Bob; Shaw, Rod; Chatterton, Ken
  6. Small-scale water supply: A review of technologies (2003)
    Skinner, Brian
  7. Strategic sanitation approach: A review of the literature (1998)
    Saywell, Darren; Cotton, Andrew
  8. Sustainable sewerage: Guidelines for community schemes (1995)
    Reed, R.A.
  9. The worth of water: Technical briefs on health, water and sanitation (1991)
    Pickford, John
  10. Water and sanitation for disabled people and other vulnerable groups: Designing services to improve accessibility [also available in French] * (2005)
    Jones, Hazel; Reed, Bob

 

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