HP Library Bulletin – Focus on Water/Sanitation
November 2, 2000

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New Web Sites 

EHP Nicaragua

Sanitation Connection


PUBMED Studies
Click on authors’ names for abstracts

Cheung YB.

The impact of water supplies and sanitation on growth in Chinese children.
J R Soc Health. 2000 Zhao J, Wang P, Shang L, Sullivan KM, van der Haar F, Maberly G.Endemic goiter associated with high iodine intake.
Am J Public Health. 2000 Oct;90(10):1633-5.

Blumenthal UJ, Mara DD, Peasey A, Ruiz-Palacios G, Stott R.Guidelines for the microbiological quality of treated wastewater used in agriculture: recommendations for revising WHO guidelines.
Bull World Health Organ. 2000;78(9):1104-16. Review.

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.

Griffin RJ, Dunwoody S.The relation of communication to risk judgment and preventive behavior related to lead in tap water.
Health Commun. 2000;12(1):81-107.

Recent Reports


Urban Water Supply Surveillance: A Reference Manual – 2000

WELL Project

World Bank Water Sanitation Program

World Health Organization

  • Assessing the Operation & Maintenance Status of Water Supply/Sanitation – 2000
  • Training Package of Ooperations & Maintenance for Rural Water Supply/Sanitation Systems – 2000

WSSCC Econferences (Background documents and archives)

  • People-centered approaches – ISW, IRC and WaterAid
  • Sanitation and hygiene promotion – SANDEC and EHP
  • Serving the urban poor – WSP and CERFE
  • WSS in a broader context – ISW and WaterAID
  • Institutional frameworks – IHE
  • Resource mobilisation and sustainability – WSP and Jon Lane
  • Targets, indicators and monitoring – WELL, EHP and WHO

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