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EHPBest practices for Dengue prevention and control in the Americas. Strategic Report 7
EHPSanitation in small towns: summary report. Activity Report 117
IRCAdvocacy for water, environmental sanitation and hygiene: Thematic Overview Paper
IRCHygiene promotion: Thematic Overview Paper
IRCHIV/AIDS and water: Thematic Overview Paper
IRCSmall community water supplies: technology, people and partnership
UNEP/UNICEF/WHOChildren in the new millennium: environmental impact on health
WEDCControlling and preventing disease: the role of water and environmental sanitation interventions 
WHODomestic water quantity, service level and health.
WHOGuidelines for drinking water quality. 3rd ed.
WHOThe right to water.
WHO BulletinThe Global Burden of Diarrhoeal Disease, as Estimated from Studies Published Between 1992 and 2000. March 2003.
WHO BulletinEvaluation of a Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Education Intervention on Diarrhoea in Northern Pakistan. March 2003
World BankWater Week Presentations, March 4-6, 2003
PAHODocuments on dengue prevention and control
UNICEFCIMCI – Community Management of Childhood Illnesses
WEDCServices for the urban poor: Guidelines for policy makers, planners and engineers
WEDCOperation, maintenance and sustainability of services for the urban poor
January 2003
WHOThe health effects of indoor air pollution
WSPFighting arsenic, listening to rural communities: findings from a study on willingness to pay for safe drinking water in rural Bangladesh
WSPWillingness to pay for arsenic-free, safe drinking water in rural Bangladesh-methodology and results
EHPBrief 11: A framework for action: child diarrhea prevention
EHPBrief 12: Local government support to community managment of environmental health in Benin
EHP Strategic Report 4: Creating an enabling environment for community-based rural water supply, sanitation and hygiene promotion systems. Case study: Reforming the Rural Department of the national water agency (INAPA) in the Domican Republic
IRCSupporting community management: A manual for training in community management in the water and sanitation sector
WHO/TDRDengue: vanquishing the enemy
IRCKey factors for sustainable cost recovery in the context of community-managed water supply
PRBMaking the link : population, health, and environment wallchart
PAHODrains and you: a manual for drainage maintenance workers
WHOMicrobiological agents in drinking water
WHOWHO Strategy on air quality and health
WHOHealthy villages: a guide for communities and community health workers
Previous Weblogs
Nov/Dec 2002 Environmental Health Webliography

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