Below are links to recently published environmental health articles and reports. Click on underlined text for the complete article or report.
- Soap the key to combat ‘liquid killers’
BBC, UK – May 21, 2003: Cholera has again become a prominent issue in global health affairs because it has flared up in the city of Basra in southern Iraq, in no small part because of …
- Opportunities for managing solid waste flows in the peri-urban interface of Bamako and Ouagadougou
- Decentralized wastewater management in peri-urban areas in low-income countries
- Empowering communities in the peri-urban areas of Colombo
- Participatory action planning in the peri-urban interface: the twin city experience, Hubli-Dharwad, India
- From everyday hazards to disasters: the accumulation of risk in urban areas
Abstracts of Recent Studies
- Environmental threats to children’s health in Southeast Asia and the Western Pacific. William A. Suk, et al. Environmental Health Perspectives, May 13, 2003. (Contact the EHP Library to request a pdf version of this article.)
- A review of rotavirus diarrhea in Pakistan: How much do we know?
Ali NK, Bhutta ZA.. J Coll Physicians Surg Pak. 2003 May;13(5):297-301.
- Intestinal parasites in children with diarrhea in Delhi, India. Kaur R, et al.
Southeast Asian J Trop Med Public Health. 2002 Dec;33(4):725-9.
- Sanitation and hygiene in urban and rural households in East Africa. Tumwine J, et al. Int J Environ Health Res. 2003;13(2):107-115.
- Global illness and deaths caused by rotavirus disease in children. Parashar UD, et al. Emerg Infect Dis. 2003 May;9(5):565-72.
- EHP – Lessons Learned from Assessment of the Environmental Health Project Website. Activity Report 118. 2003.
- EHP – Urban Environmental Health Strategies, Three Community-based Environmental Sanitation and Hygiene Projects Conducted in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Activity Report 119. 2003.
- IRC – Gender in Community Water Supply, Sanitation and Water Resource Protection: A Guide to Methods and Techniques. 2003.
- RBM – Africa Malaria Report. 2003.
- WHO – What happens when children live in unhealthy environments? Healthy Environments for Children: Fact Sheet. 2003.
- World Bank – Impregnated Nets Cannot Fully Substitute for DDT: Field Effectiveness of Malaria Prevention in Solomon Islands. 2003.
- World Water Council – Adopted Measures to Face Major Challenges in the Egyptian Water Sector. 2003.
- IWMI – Reuse of Wastewater for Agriculture
- WRI – Earthtrends: Environment Information Portal
- WHO – Healthy Environments for Children Alliance
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