Environmental Health Update—March 30, 2001


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Selected World Bank Research Information

Infectious Diseases/Malaria

  • The Economical Control of Infectious Diseases
  • Optimal Policies for Controlling Infectious Diseases
  • The Economics of Malaria
  • The Value of Preventing malaria in Tembien, Ethiopia
  • Malaria and Growth

Mortality/Health Issues

  • How Access to Urban Potable water and Sewerage Connections Affects Child Mortality
  • The Health Effects of Air Pollution in Delhi, India
  • Air pollution and Health Effects: A Study of Respiratory Illness Among Children in Santiago, Chile
  • Child Mortality and Public Spending on Health: How Much Does Money Matter?

Water Supply/Sanitation

  • Community Comanagement of Urban Environmental Quality: Water, Sanitation, and Water Pollution Control
  • Designing Pro-Poor Water and Sewer Concessions: Early Lessons from Bolivia
  • Institutions, Politics, and Contracts: The Attempt to Privatize the water and Sanitation Utility of Lima, Peru
  • Pricing, Subsidies, and the Poor: Demand for Improved water Services in Central America
  • Financing the Future: Infrastructure Needs in Latin America, 2000-05
  • Infrastructure Coverage and the Poor: A Global Perspective
  • Infrastructure and Growth: A Multicountry Panel Study
  • Water Challenge and Institutional Response (A Cross-Country Perspective)
  • Designing Pro-Poor water and Sewer Concessions: Early Lessons from Bolivia

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