Index of EHP Publications in French

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The initial letters refer to publication categories:  SB (Special Brochure); AS (Applied Study); JP (Joint Publication); and AR (Activity Report).  Most EHP publications in French are available electronically by following the links below. For information on how to order any publication unavailable electronically, return to the Publications page.

AR 113. Rapport de Fin de Projet, du CESH au Bénin Résume Analytiqué, Projet de Santé Environnementale, Gestion Communautaire de Santé Environnementale II (GESCOME II)Laurie Krieger; Salifou Yallou; December 2002. 

AR 79 Facteurs-risques environnementaux et comportementaux pour les maladies diarrhéiques infantiles: Une enquête dans deux villes au Maroc. Kelly, Patrick; Khanfir, Habib; David, Patricia H.; Arata, Michelle; and Kleinau, Eckhard F. September 1999.

AR 78 L’Activité CIMEP au Bénin: Un exemple des processus de décentralisation à venir. Yacoob, May; Kelly, Margo; Hibberd, Patricia; Yallou, Salifou; Miller, David; and Khanfir, Habib. September 1999.

AR 77 Maroc: Projet Intégré de Ouled Teima pour les eaux usées et leur réutilisation. Selim, Tarek. September 1999.

AR 50 Approches à base communautaire à la santé environnementale de villes secondaires en Afrique de l’Ouest et processus d’expansion: Comptes rendus d’un atelier organisé à Cotonou, Bénin, 18-20 mai 1998. Miller, David. July 1998.

AR 24 Placer les Questions de Santé environnementale dans le Contexte periurbain: eçons tirées du Projet GESCOME tunisien. Yacoob, May, and Kelly, Margo. September 1996.

AR 8  Diagnostic Socio-Environnemental: Analyse Socio-Economique, Hygienique et Environnementale de trois quartiers peripheriques R’tibat (Kasserine), Oued Blibane et Ksibet-Chott (Sousse). Boukraa, Ridha, and Bechraoui, Nadia. June 1995.

JP 3: Un Partenariat Public-Privé pour la Santé Publique : La Promotion du lavage des mains en Amérique Centrale. Janvier 2002. Request CD -ROM.

JP 2:Partenariats public-privé : Mobiliser les ressources pour atteindre des objectifs de santé publique : L’Initiative centraméricaine « Se laver les mains » sert de modèle. Frances Tain et Diane Bendahmane. Janvier 2002.

Enquête Santé, Population et Environnement, Madagascar. Année 2001

SB 1 Forger de partenariats communautaires pour le changement. EHP Staff. January 1998.  (Electronic version not currently available.)

AS 5 Vers une Meilleure Programmation: Manuel de l’Assainissement. UNICEF. April 1997.


Guidelines and Tools related to developing a hygiene promotion program in the Democratic Republic of Congo. For more information, see Activity Report 132.

1. C-IMCI Project: Training Module to train C-IMCI Teams (French)

2. C-IMCI Facilitator Guide and Participant Manual for C-IMCI Teams (French)

3. C-IMCI Project: Training Module to train Animators (French)

4. C-IMCI Facilitator Guide and Participant Manual for Animators (French)

5. Clean Village and Model Health Center Guide (French)

6. Guide for Institutional Relays (French)

7. Making Cities Work: Training Module to train the Urban Hygiene Coordinators (French)

8. Making Cities Work: Facilitator Guide and Participant Manual (French)

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