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Water supply and sanitation

Bern C, Martines J. de Zoysa I, Glass R. 1992. "The magnitude of the global problem of diarrhoeal disease: a ten-year update." Bull WHO 70:707-714.

Cairncross S. Feachem R.1993. Environmental Health Engineering in the Tropics. 2d ed. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester. Distributors: Macmillan and TALC (as above).

Morgan P. 1990. Rural Water Supplies and Sanitation. Blair Research Laboratory & Ministry of Health, Harare. Distributor: MacMillan (as above).

Simpson-Herbert M. 1983. Methods for Gathering Sociocultural Data for Water Supply and Sanitation Projects. UNDP/World Bank, Technology Advisory Group (TAG), Washington, D.C.

Wagner KG, Lanoix JN. 1958. Excreta Disposal for Rural Areas and Small Communities. WHO, Monograph Series, No. 39, World Health Organization Geneva.

Warren KS. Bundy D, Anderson R. Davis AR, Henderson DA, Jamison DT, Prescott N. Senft A. 1991. Helminth infection. In: Jamison DT, Mosley WH, eds. Evolving health-sector priorities in developing countries. World Bank, Washington, DC.

WASH Project. 1993. Lessons learned in water, sanitation and health thirteen years of experience in developing countries. Water and Sanitation for Health Project, Arlington, VA.

World Health Organization. 1983. Minimum Evaluation Procedure (MEP) for water supply and sanitation projects. WHO, Geneva. Distributor: WHO, Rural Environmental Health, Geneva.