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These two sisters live in Mindriandry, Madagascar, a village close to one of the few remaining environmental corridors. EHP is working with a network of nongovernmental organizations to protect the environment in this ecologically important area and to improve the health and nutrition of the populace. (Photo: Eckhard Kleinau)

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Agency for International Development


BBIN Network for Vector-Borne Diseases (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal)

Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/SafeWater

CORE Group

Global Applied Research Network in Water
Supply and Sanitation (GARNET)

International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research/Bangladesh (ICDDR,B)

International Development Research Centre

IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre

Making Cities Work

Malaria Consortium

Malaria Foundation

Managing Water for African Cities

MEASURE Evaluation

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

National Malaria Research Programme/South Africa

Operation & Maintenance Network

Sanitation Connection: An Environmental Sanitation Network



WaterAid UK

Water and Sanitation Program 

Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council

WELL Project, Water and Environmental
Health at London and Loughborough

World Health Organization

WHO/Control of Tropical Diseases

WHO/Tropical Diseases Research

WHO/Water, Sanitation and Health

World Water Day—March 23, 2003

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