Environmental Health Weekly Update – Nov 26 – 30, 2001

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News Chinese Herb Lauded in Malaria Treatment  International Herald Tribune  Dec 4 2001 Researchers Isolate Genes for Mosquitos Sense of Smell   Scientific American   Nov 28 2001 Remedies: Keeping Malaria at Bay, With Garlic  New York Times   Nov 26 2001 Study: Zinc boosts infants survival rates USA Today   Dec 04 2001 Rift Valley Fever Outbreak, Mauritania, 1998: Seroepidemiologic, Virologic, Entomologic, and Zoologic Investigations, 2001. EID Dispatch Aedes (Stegomyia) albopictus (Skuse), a New Potential Dengue Vector Widespread in South Cameroon, 2001. EID Dispatch Three Cases of Bacteraemia caused by Vibrio cholerae O1 in Blantyre, Malawi, 2001. EID Dispatch New ReportsEHP/BASICS·         The Story of a Successful Public Private Partnership in Central America: Handwashing for Diarrheal Disease Prevention, 2001.   PDF: 3.5MBWorld Bank Water Sanitation Program·         Durban Metro Water: Private Sector Partnerships to Serve the Poor, 2001
PDF: 349KB·         Identifying Demand Drivers for Sanitation Technologies, 2001.  PDF: 190KB·         Achieving sustained sanitation for the poor: Policy and strategy lessons, 2001.
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·         Lower Costs with higher benefits. Water and Sewerage Services for low income households. Lessons from EAPP, 2001.
PDF: 532KBWELL Project·         Environmental health promotion capacity building: A training guide based on CARE’s Hygiene Promotion Manual, 2001·         How safe is safe: a concise review of the health impacts of water supply, sanitation and hygiene, 2001.·         Sharing it out: Introducing water demand management – strategies for small towns, 2001.·         Whats cooking? Indoor air pollution, 2001.USAID Sponsored Reports·         2001 PVO executive contact list : US and international PVOs registered with USAID, 2001.   Download  896 KB·         Voluntary foreign aid programs : 2001 report of PVO engaged in overseas relief and development registered with the U.S. Agency for International
Download  1,818 KB·         From house to home : training health promoters in rural El Salvador, 2001.  Download  386 Kb·         NetMark baseline survey on insecticide treated materials (ITMs) : cross-national summary of findings, 2001.
Download  641 KB·         NetMark baseline survey on insecticide treated materials (ITMs) in Zambia, 2001.  Download  738 KBNetMark baseline survey on insecticide treated materials (ITMs) in Uganda, 2001.
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