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Full Text Journals and NewslettersCDC – Emerging Infectious DiseasesICDDRB – Journal of Health, Population and NutritionNIEHS – Environmental Health PerspectivesIRC – SOURCE Water SanitationWHO Bulletin – Malaria, DecemberWHO Bulletin – Child Mortality, OctoberWHO Bulletin – Environment and Health, SeptemberPubMed Abstracts
(click on author’s name)1 – Curtis V, Cairncross S, Yonli R.Domestic hygiene and diarrhoea – pinpointing the problem. IN: Trop Med Int Health. 2000 Jan;5(1):22-32. 2 – Grimason AM, Davison K, Tembo KC, Jabu GC, Jackson MH.Problems associated with the use of pit latrines in Blantyre, Republic of Malawi.
J R Soc Health. 2000 Sep;120(3): 175-82.3 – Cheung YB. – The impact of water supplies and sanitation on growth in Chinese children. J R Soc Health. 2000 Jun;119(2):89-91.

4 – Hadi A. – A participatory approach to sanitation: experience of Bangladeshi NGOs. Health Policy Plan. 2000 Sep;15(3):332-337.5 – Emerson PM, Cairncross S, Bailey RL, Mabey DC. – Review of the evidence base for the ‘F’ and ‘E’ components of the SAFE strategy for trachoma control. Trop Med Int Health. 2000 Aug;5(8):515-27. Review.6 – Nasinyama GW, McEwen SA, Wilson JB, Waltner-Toews D, Gyles CL, Opuda-Asibo J.Risk factors for acute diarrhoea among inhabitants of Kampala District, Uganda.  S Afr Med J. 2000 Sep;90(9):891-8.7 – Onwujekwe O, Chima R, Okonkwo Economic burden of malaria illness on households versus that of all other illness episodes: a study in five malaria holo-endemic Nigerian communities.
Health Policy. 2000 Nov 17;54(2):143-159.

8 – Lindblade KA, Walker ED, Wilson ML. – Early warning of malaria epidemics in African highlands using Anopheles (Diptera: Culicidae) indoor resting density. J Med Entomol. 2000 Sep;37(5):664-74.9 – Govere J, Durrheim D, la Grange K, Mabuza A, Booman M.Community knowledge and perceptions about malaria and practices influencing malaria control in Mpumalanga Province, South Africa. S Afr Med J. 2000 Jun;90(6):611-6.

10 – Kitron U. – Risk maps: transmission and burden of vector-borne diseases.
Parasitol Today. 2000 Aug;16(8): 324-5. 11 – Kleinschmidt I, Bagayoko M, Clarke GP, Craig M, Le Sueur D.A spatial statistical approach to malaria mapping. Int J Epidemiol. 2000 Apr;29(2):355-61.12 – Ghebreyesus TA, Haile M, Witten KH, Getachew A, Yohannes M, Lindsay SW, Byass P.Household risk factors for malaria among children in the Ethiopian highlands.
Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg. 2000 Jan-Feb;94(1):17-21.
Web Sites Started in 2000 EHP NicaraguaManaging Water for African CitiesMIMCOM: Malaria Research ResourcesRoll Back MalariaSanitation ConnectionUNICEF/WESWATERMARKSearchable DatabasesDevelopment Experience Clearinghouse – USAIDIRCDOC – IRC PubMed – National Library of MedicineID21 Development Research Service – DFIDWorld Development Sources –  World Bank World Health Organization Library – WHOInformation Sources 2000DFID/WELL – Guidance Manual on Water Supply and Sanitation ProgrammesIIED – Drawers of Water IIIRC – Integration of Water Resource Management in Water and Sanitation ProjectsPAHO – Dengue Education Campaign: SurinamePAHO – Health Situation in the Americas: Basic Indicators 1995-1998SEI – Environmental Change and Human Health in Countries of Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific – USAID – Evaluation of Malaria Interventions in Africa: A Review and Assessment of Recent ResearchUSAID – NGO Networks for Health: Technical Approach to Behavior ChangeUSAID – Urban Wastewater Reuse for Crop Production in MexicoWELL – A Review of Policy and Standards for Wastewater Reuse in Agriculture: A Latin American PerspectiveWELL –  Guidelines for Wastewater Reuse in Agriculture and Aquaculture: Recommended Revisions Based on New Research Evidence WHO/UNICEF – Global Water Supply and Sanitation Assessment 2000WHO – Climate Change and Human Health: Impact and AdaptationWHO – Global Surveillance of Epidemic Prone Infectious DiseasesWHO – Guidelines for Drinking Water QualityWHO – Human Health and Dams.WHO – Policy Analysis Management of Health Care WastesWorld Bank – Independent Water and Sanitation Providers in Africa: Full Reporr of a Ten-Country StudyWorld Bank – Methodology for Participatory Assessment with Communities, Institutions and Policy MakersWRI – World Resources 2000-2001: People and EcosystemsWSSCC – Vision 21: Water for People

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