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close this bookFood, Water and Family Health: A Manual for Community Educators (UNDP - WHO, 1994, 108 p.)
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Open this folder and view contentsUnit 1: Healthy water and better sanitation
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Sources of information

TALC - Teaching Aids at Low Cost. For complete list of books and teaching material, write to: TALC, P.O. BOX 49, St. Albans, Herts, AL1 4AX, UK

AHRTAG - Appropriate Health Resources & Technologies Action Group Ltd. For other publications write to: AHRTAG, I London Bridge Street, London SE1 9SG, UK

Developing Countries Farm Radio Network - Provides radio scripts on health, nutrition, hygiene, gardens and food production. DCFRN, 595 Bay Street, Suite 9, Toronto, Ontario, M5G 2C3, CANADA

INTRAH - Publishes training and reference materials that complement its comprehensive human resources development programs and that can be used either as written by trainers or trainees or adapted to meet local needs. INTRAH, University of North Carolina, 208 N. Columbia St. CB#8100, Chapel Hill, NC 27514, USA

Note: Technical information on the design of wells, boreholes, handpumps, standposts, Improved latrines, slow sand filtration, urban sanitation, may be obtained from government ministries as well as from UNDP, UNICEF, WHO, the UNDP/World Bank Water and Sanitation Programme, and nongovernmental organizations.

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