|Sanitation Promotion (SIDA - SDC - WSSCC - WHO, 1998, 292 p.)|
|The challenge - A sanitation revolution|
|The problem of sanitation - WSSCC Working Group on Promotion of Sanitation|
|Commonly held wrong assumptions about sanitation - WSSCC Working Group on Promotion of Sanitation|
|Sanitation research needs - WSSCC Working Group on Promotion of Sanitation|
|Gaining political will and partnership|
|Principles and guidelines|
|Advocacy for sanitation - Sara Wood1 and Mayling Simpson-Hébert2|
|Mobilizing the media for sanitation promotion - WHO, Geneva, Switzerland|
|Mobilizing partners for sanitation promotion - Sara Wood1 and Mayling Simpson-Hébert2|
|Private-sector involvement in promoting sanitation - Sara Wood1|
|Social marketing for sanitation programmes - Sunil Mehra1|
|Securing political will in Uganda - John Odolon1|
|Sanitation in Surat - Ashoke Chatterjee1|
|Promotion through better programmes|
|Principles and guidelines|
|Important elements for a successful national sanitation programme - WSSCC Working Group on Promotion of Sanitation|
|Principles of better sanitation programmes - WSSCC Working Group on Promotion of Sanitation|
|Principle cards - WSSCC Working Group on Promotion of Sanitation|
|Features of better sanitation programmes - WSSCC Working Group on Promotion of Sanitation|
|Principles of sanitation in emergency situations (1) - John Adams1|
|Guidelines on achieving water supply and sanitation in peri-urban areas - WSSCC Urbanization Working Group|
|Principles of the strategic sanitation approach - Albert M. Wright1|
|A gender perspective in sanitation projects - Angela Hayden1|
|Hygiene behaviour-change: lessons from other sectors - Carol Jenkins1|
|Participatory approaches to community empowerment - John Odolon1|
|Participatory monitoring and evaluation of sanitation projects - Jennifer Rietbergen-McCracken1, Sara Wood2 and Mayling Simpson-Hébert3|
|Financing low-income household sanitation facilities through household credit - Robert Varley1|
|Checklist for planning better sanitation projects - WSSCC Working Group on Promotion of Sanitation|
|Checklist for planning sanitation in emergency situations - Mayling Simpson-Hebert1|
|Checklist for planning hygiene behaviour-change in sanitation projects - Mayling Simpson-Hebert1 and Sara Wood2|
|Gender checklist for planning sanitation projects - Angela Hayden1|
|Promotion through innovation|
|Promoting sanitation through children - Angela Hayden1|
|The Bal Sevak programme in India - Nandita Kapadia-Kundu and Ashok Dyalchand1|
|The HESAWA school health and sanitation package - Eben S. Mwasha1|
|Children as health and hygiene promoters in South Africa - Edward D. Breslin1, Carlos Madrid2 and Anderson Mkhize3|
|Promoting sanitation through community participation in Bolivia - Betty Soto T.1|
|Strengthening a rural sanitation programme using participatory methods in Uganda - John Odolon1|
|Towards an ecological approach to sanitation - Uno Winblad1|
|Promoting composting toilets for Pacific Islands - Leonie Crennan1|
|Peri-urban sanitation promotion in Mozambique - Darren Saywell1|
|Urine as fertilizer in Mexico City - Yoloquetzatl Ceballos1|
|Experimenting with dry toilets in El Salvador - Ron Sawyer1 and George Anna Clark2|
|Meeting demand for dry sanitation in Mexico - Ron Sawyer1|
|Low-cost sewerage - Duncan Mara1|
|Worm composting and vermitechnologies applicable to sanitation - S. Zorba Frankel1|
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Further information on a wide range of sanitation topics and related publications (including some on finance issues) can also be found on the Internet at the following address:
http://www.access.digex.net/~ehp and http://www.soc.titech.ac.jp/titsoc/higuchi-lab/icm