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close this bookTechnical notes: Special Considerations for Programming in Unstable Situations (UNICEF, 2000, 490 p.)
close this folderChapter 17: Managing Water Resources
View the documentForenote
View the documentRationale
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View the documentBasic Principles
Open this folder and view contentsIdentifying Priorities
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View the documentAssessing Water Needs
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View the documentFurther Guidance (Essential References)

Further Guidance (Essential References)

Cairncross, S., and R. Feachem, Environmental Health Engineering in the Tropics: An Introductory Text, New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1983

Davis, Jan, and Robert Lambert, Engineering in Emergencies: A practical guide for relief workers, London: IT Publications, 1995

WEDC (1999) Out in the cold: Emergency Water Supply and Sanitation for Cold Regions by Buttle M. and Smith M. of WEDC Loughborough University, UK.

Lloyd B. and Helmer R. (1991), Drinking Water Quality in Rural Areas (Longman Scientific and Technical)

Benson A. S. (1990), Control of Communicable Diseases in Man (American Public Health Association)

Health Frontiers (1999), Helping the Children: A practical Handbook for complex humanatarian emergencies by Mandalakas A., Torjesen K., and Olness K. (Johnson and Johnson Pediatric Institute)

House, Sarah, and Bob Reed, Emergency Water Sources: Guidelines for selection and treatment, WEDC, 1997

IRC, Taking Care of Your Water Supply: a manual for community-based operation and maintenance of piped water systems, The Hague: IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, 1993

UNHCR, Programme and Technical Support Section, Water Manual for Refugee Situations, Geneva: UNHCR, 1992

WHO, Guidelines for drinking-water quality: Vol.3: Small Community Supplies, (2nd ed.), Geneva: World Health Organization, 1997

Also refer to the more extended list of references at end of Chapter 19 (Sanitation).