EHP Library Environmental Health Update No. 20-October 11, 2001 


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Current Journals

APHA Journal October 1 2001 (Full-text) The CARE砲DC Health Initiative: A Model for Global Participatory Research
[Full Text][Figures Only][PDF]Melding Disparate Cultures and Capacities to Create Global Health Partnerships
[Full Text][PDF]Making Health a Priority of US Foreign Policy
[Full Text][PDF]US Public Health Leaders Shift Toward a New Paradigm of Global Health
[Full Text][PDF]Not Just a Drop in the Bucket: Expanding Access to Point-of-Use Water Treatment Systems
[Abstract][Full Text][Figures Only][PDF]Challenges in Implementing a Point-of-Use Water Quality Intervention in Rural Kenya
[Abstract][Full Text][Figures Only] [PDF]  Collaboration, Cholera, and Cyclones: A Project to Improve Point-of-Use Water Quality in Madagascar
[Abstract] [Full Text] [Figures Only] [PDF]  Impact of the Safe Water System on Water Quality in Cyclone-Affected Communities in Madagascar
[Abstract] [Full Text] [Figures Only] [PDF]   Community Environmental Health Assessment in Peru’s Desert Hills and Rainforest
[Abstract] [Full Text] [Figures Only] [PDF]   Modeling and Reinforcement to Combat HIV: The MARCH Approach to Behavior Change
[Abstract] [Full Text] [PDF]  Cholera Prevention With Traditional and Novel Water Treatment Methods: An Outbreak Investigation in Fort-Dauphin, Madagascar
[Full Text] [PDF]   Seeking Safe Storage: A Comparison of Drinking Water Quality in Clay and Plastic Vessels
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Bulletin WHO – October 2001 (Full-text)

Diagnosis of malaria in a remote area of the Philippines: comparison of techniques and their acceptance by health workers and the community

Chronic respiratory diseases in developing countries: the burden and strategies for prevention and management

Economic and social determinants of disease

Recent Studies/Reports

IRC International Water/Sanitation Centre

Rooftop rainwater harvesting: DGIS policy supporting paper, 2001

Trends in watershed management in arid and semi-arid regions, 2001 

USAID Sponsored Reports

Do health services reduce maternal mortality? : evidence from ratings of maternal health programs
Jun 2001, Other USAID Supported Study
Institution: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Carolina Population Center
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Dimensions of ratings of maternal and neonatal health services : a factor analysis
Jun 2001, Other USAID Supported Study
Institution: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Carolina Population Center
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Pilot study of a rapid assessment method to identify areas for AIDS prevention in Cape Town, South Africa
May 2001, Other USAID Supported Study
Institution: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Carolina Population Center
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