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Joint Publications are products published by EHP in collaboration with other partners and publishers.

Joint Publication 1. The Story of a Successful Public-Private Partnership in Central America Handwashing for Diarrheal Disease Prevention. O. Massee Bateman, Camille Saadé, Diane B. Bendahmane. September 2001. EHP, USAID, BASICS II, UNICEF, The World Bank Group. Download 3.5MB PDF file.

Joint Publication 2. Public-Private Partnerships: Mobilization Resources to Achieve Public Health Goals, The Central American Handwashing Initiative Points the Way. May 2002. Francis Tain, Diane B. Bendahmane. EHP, USAID, BASICS II, UNICEF, The World Bank Group. Download 1.7MB (English)8.8MB (Spanish), or 1.7MB  (French) PDF file. 

Joint Publication 3. Public-Private Partnerships for Public Health Promoting Handwashing in Central America, a Compendium of Resources. May 2002. Francis Tain, Diane B. Bendahmane. EHP, USAID, BASICS II, UNICEF, The World Bank Group. Request CD-ROM.

Joint Publication 4. Prevention of Diarrhea Through Improving Hygiene Behaviors: The Sanitation and Family Education (SAFE) Pilot Project Experience. English. July 2002. Sandra L. Laston, Sumana Brahman, Sushila Zeitlyn, O. Massee Bateman, Raquiba A. Jahan. EHP, USAID, ICDDR,B Centre for Health and Population Research, CARE. Download 2.28MB PDF file.

Joint Publication 5. USAID Village and Sanitation Program West Bank of Palestine—Environmental Health Assessment—Phase I. English. July 2002. Ali Sha’Ar, Eckhard Kleinau, Patrick Kelly. EHP, USAID, Save the Children. Download 1.66MB PDF file. (Also available as RTF Zipped file

Joint Publication 6. USAID Village Water and Sanitation Program West Bank: Environmental Health Assessment — Phase II.English. July 2002. Ali Sha’Ar, Eckhard Kleinau, Patrick Kelly. EHP, USAID, Save the Children. Download 1.92MB PDF file

Joint Publication 7. Improving Health through Behavior Change A Process Guide on Hygiene Promotion. Download 1.65MB PDF file

Joint Publication 8. The Hygiene Improvement Framework, A Comprehensive Approach for Preventing Childhood Diarrhea. Download 428K PDF file.

Joint Publication 9. Title II Final Evaluation, Report of Findings. January 2004. EHP, USAID, CARE. Download 620K PDF file

Joint Publication 10. Implementation of Integrated Vector Management in the WHO-African Region: Progress Report 2000-2003 Download 112K PDF file

Joint Publication 11E. Behavioral Study of Handwashing with Soap in Peri-urban and Rural Areas of Peru  Download 577K PDF file

Joint Publication 12E. Evaluation of Peru’s National Sanitation Policies Download 482K PDF file

Joint Publication12S. Evaluación de las Políticas Nacionales de Saneamiento del Perú Download 524K PDF file
Joint Publication 13. Preventing Childhood Diarrhea Through Hygiene Improvement Download 450K PDF file

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