Reports on topics of interest or targetted to EHP’s key audiences. This category of papers is intended to be well researched, peer reviewed, and widely disseminated within the development community.
Applied Study 10. Behavior First: A Minimum Package of Environmental Health Behaviors to Improve Child Health. Favin, Michael, Yacoob, May, and Bendahmane, Diane B. May 1999.
(There is no report published as Applied Study 9.)
Applied Study 8. Institutional Lessons Learned in Environmental Health Programs. O’Toole, Laurence J. and Sencer, David J. March 1999.
Applied Study 7. Providing Urban Environmental Services for the Poor: Lessons Learned from Three Pilot Projects. McCommon, Carolyn, Perez, Eduardo A., and Rosensweig, Fred. December 1998.
Applied Study 6. Beyond Participation: Locally Based Demand for Environmental Health in Peri-Urban Areas. Varley, Robert C. G., Yacoob, May, and Smith, Scott. December 1996.
Applied Study 5. Vers une meilleure programmation : Manuel de l’Assainissement. UNICEF. July 1998.
Applied Study 5. Hacia una mejor programación: Manual sobre Saneamiento. UNICEF. July 1998.
Applied Study 4. Child Survival and Environmental Health Interventions: A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis. Varley, Robert C. G. November 1996.
Applied Study 3. Prevention: Environmental Health Interventions to Sustain Child Survival. Murphy, Helen, Stanton, Bonnie, Galbraith, Jennifer, Wijeyaratne, Panduka, and Arata, Andrew A. Revised February 1997.
Applied Study 3. Prevención: Intervenciones de Salud Ambiental para sostenimiento de Supervivencia Infantil. Murphy, Helen, Stanton, Bonnie, Galbraith, Jennifer, Wijeyaratne, Panduka, and Arata, Andrew A. Revised February 1997.
Applied Study 2. Financial Services and Environmental Health: Household Credit for Water and Sanitation. Varley, Robert C. G. January 1995.
Applied Study 1. Talking Drums: A Communication Handbook for Field Managers of River Blindness Prevention Programs. Oliver, Charles W. April 1994. (Electronic version not currently available.)
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