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  1. Community quality control monitoring of latrines and boreholes in the central north region of Burkina Faso * (2018)
    Kere, Cyrille
  2. Addressing corruption in infrastructure services in Georgia: A case study * (2007)
    Sekhniashvili, Maryam; Sulukia, Tamara; Sohail, M.
  3. Developing standard WASH practitioner competencies [Distance Learning] (2016)
    Cilliers, J.M.
  4. Financial management guide for sub-counties and lower councils issued under Regulation 4 of the Local Governments Financial and Accounting Regulations, 1998 (1998)
    Uganda, Ministry of Local Government
  5. Local Body (Financial Administration) Regulation, 2056 (1999) (2000)
    Nepal, His Majesty's Government, Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Aff; Law Books Management Board
  6. Accountability arrangements to combat corruption in the delivery of infrastructure services in Bangladesh: A case study * (2007)
    Institute for Development Policy Analysis and Advocacy (IDPAA) at PROSHIKA; Sohail, M.
  7. Accountability arrangements to combat corruption in the housing and municipal sector in Ukraine: Case study * (2007)
    Kyrylchuk, Ihor; Sohail, M.
  8. Creating accountability lines for sustainable rural water services in Tanzania * (2011)
    van Rooij, Jan Willem
  9. Ghana water sector improvement project - Fixed assets reevaluation study. Draft final report Volume 1: methodology and implementation (contract no 98 5887) (1999)
    WS Atkins International Ltd; Department For International Development (DFID); Ghana Water and Sewerage Corporation (GWSC); Ghana Ministry of Works and Housing
  10. Ghana water sector improvement project - Fixed assets reevaluation study. Final report Volume 1: methodology and implementation (contract no 98 5887) (1999)
    WS Atkins International Ltd; Department For International Development (DFID); Ghana Water and Sewerage Corporation (GWSC); Ghana Ministry of Works and Housing

 

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