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  1. Menstrual management in communal sanitation facilities: recommendations to eThekwini Municipality * (2013)
    Truyens, Carley
  2. Water, stakeholders and common ground. Challenges for multi-stakeholder platforms in water resource management in South Africa (PhD thesis Wageningen University) (2006)
    Simpungwe, Eliab
  3. Design of civil engineering facilities for developing communities, with particular reference to water supply and sanitation provision in the urban areas of South Africa. PhD thesis University of Witwatersrand (2002)
    Van Ryneveld, Mark Berrange; University of Witwatersrand, Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment
  4. Free basic water management and policies in rural municipalities - case of Bushbuckridge in South Africa [Distance Learning] (2015)
    Muhuwa, H.S.M.
  5. Accountability arrangements to combat corruption: Synthesis report and case study survey reports * (2007)
    Cavill, S.; Sohail, M.
  6. South Africa: study of non-state providers of basic services *
    Delay, Simon; Gilson, Lucy; Hemson, David; Lewin, Keith M.; Motimele, Mphela; Scott, Rebecca; Wadee, Haroon; University of Birmingham, School of Public Policy; University of Birmingham, International Development Department; London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM); Water, Engineering and Development Centre (WEDC); University of Sussex, Centre for International Education; University of Witwatersrand, Centre for Health Policy; University of Witwatersrand, Education Policy Unit; HRSC, South Africa
  7. Communication within multi-stakeholder platforms in water resources management (2007)
    De Cosmi, Debora
  8. Lessons learned from NGO experiences in the water and sanitation sector: Water and NGOs workshop, 21 January 1998 * (1999)
    Smout, Ian; Parry-Jones, Sarah
  9. Case studies on LED [local economic development] and poverty (0)
    Isandla Institute; South Africa, Department of Constitutional Development


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