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G. Szántó, van Halem, D., Olivero, S., Rietveld, L. C., Pelgrim-Adams, A., Roy, D. C., Barendse, J., et Post, V., « Bangladeshi arsenic- and salt-mitigation sourcebook and decision-support tool : final report ». IRC, BRAC and Practica Foundation, The Hague, The Netherlands, p. 220 p. : 3 boxes, 24 fig., 26 tab., 2015.
A. Olschewski, Danert, K., Furey, S., et Klingel, F., « Review of frameworks for technology assessment ». SKAT (Swiss Centre for Development Cooperation in Technology and Management), St. Gallen, Switzerland, p. 52 p.; fig., tab., 2011.
C. Lüthi, Panesar, A., Schütze, T., Norström, A., McConville, J., Parkinson, J., Saywell, D., Ingle, R., et International Forum on Urbanism -Delft, NL, IFoU, Sustainable sanitation in cities : a framework for action. Rijswijk, The Netherlands: Papiroz Publishing House, 2011, p. 165 p. : boxes, fig.
J. H. Stern et Stern, A., « Water harvesting through sand dams », Echo development notes (EDN), p. ca 17 p. : 8 fig., 2011.
J. H. Stern et Stern, A., « Water harvesting through sand dams ». ECHO, Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization, North Ft. Myers, FL, USA, p. 20 p. : 9 fig., 2011.
J. Willetts, Carrard, N., Retamal, M., Mitchell, C., T. Hieu, N., et N. Giang, N. Dinh, « Cost-effectiveness analysis as a methodology to compare sanitation options in peri-urban Can Tho, Vietnam : paper presented at the IRC symposium ‘ Pumps, Pipes and Promises: Costs, Finances and Accountability for Sustainable WASH Services' in The Hague, T », presented at the 2010-11-01, The Hague, The Netherlands, 2010, p. 16 p. : 7 fig.
S. Godfrey et Gonzalez, L., « Crossfire: The key focus on challenging environments should be technological, paying special attention to physical design and construction », Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, p. p. 181-185, 2010.
S. Smits, van Koppen, B., Moriarty, P. B., et Butterworth, J., « Multiple-use services as an alternative to rural water supply services : a characterisation of the approach », Water alternatives : an interdisciplinary journal on water, politics and development, p. 102-121 : 2 fig., 5 tab., 2010.
K. Ministry o KE, « National strategy for environmental sanitation and hygiene 2010 – 2015 [Kenya] ». Kenya, Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation, Nairobi, Kenya, p. xi, 79 p. : 1 fig., 2 tab., 2010.
G. Morshed et Sobhan, A., « The search for appropriate latrine solutions for flood-prone areas of Bangladesh », Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, p. p. 236-245 : photogr., 3 tab., 2010.
D. Bouman, Novalia, W., Hiemstra, P., et Willemsen, J., Smart disinfection solutions : examples of small-scale disinfection products for safe drinking water. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: KIT Publishers, 2010, p. 70 p. : fig., photogr., techn. drwngs.
S. Babu, « Step by step : achieving sustainable sanitation : lessons from civil society experiences ». Arghyam, Bangalore, India, p. 63 p. : 5 boxes, diagr., 8 fig., 14 photogr., 6 tab., 2010.
P. Morgan et Shangwa, A., « Teaching ecological sanitation in schools : a compilation of manuals and fact sheets ». EcoSanRes, Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), Stockholm, Sweden, p. 335 p. : ill., 2010.
E. R. Djonoputro, Blackett, I., Rosenboom, J. - W., et Weitz, A., « Understanding sanitation options in challenging environments », Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, p. p. 186-203 : 1 box,photogr., 2 tab., 2010.
E. Baumann, Montangero, A., Sutton, S., et Erpf, K., « WASH technology information packages : for UNICEF WASH programme and supply personnel ». UNICEF, Copenhagen, Denmark, p. 190 p. : ill., 2010.


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