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Activity ReportsActivity Report 144 Eritrea: Malaria Surveillance, Epidemic Preparedness, and Control Program Strengthening  (download 1.80 MB PDF file)Activity Report 143. Promoting Hygiene Behavior Change within C-IMCI: The Peru and Nicaragua Experience(download 187K PDF file)Activity Report 142. “Making Cities Work” The Greater Cairo Healthy Neighborhood Program. An Urban Environmental Health Initiative in Egypt (download 5.46 MB PDF file)Activity Report 141. Participatory Community Monitoring for Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene The NicaSalud Experience (download 125K PDF file)Activity Report 140. Community-based Environmental Management Program for Malaria Control in Kampala and Jinja, Uganda. Final Report (download 1.5 MB PDF file)Activity Report 139. Summary Report: Combining Hygiene Behavior Change with Water and Sanitation in the Dominican Republic (download 450K PDF file)Activity Report 138. Strengthening Hygiene Promotion in the West Africa Water Initiative (WAWI) Partnership in Ghana, Mali and Niger (download 325K PDF file)Strategic ReportsStrategic Report 12. Improving the Health of the Urban Poor Learning from USAID Experience (download 288K PDF file)Strategic Report 11.Children’s Feces Disposal Practices in Developing Countries and Interventions to Prevent Diarrheal Diseases. A Literature Review (download 508K PDF file)Strategic Report 10. Advancing Hygiene Improvement for Diarrhea Prevention: Lessons Learned (download 172 K PDF file)Strategic Report 9. Participatory Monitoring & Evaluation for Hygiene Improvement Beyond the toolbox: What else is required for effective PM&E? A Literature Review (download 356K PDF file)Strategic Report 8. Assessing Hygiene Improvement: Guidelines for Household and Community Levels (download 743K PDF file)See More…Joint PublicationsJoint Publication 13. Preventing Childhood Diarrhea Through Hygiene Improvement (download 450K PDF file) Joint Publication 12E. Evaluation of Peru’s National Sanitation Policies (download 482K 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 10. Implementation of Integrated Vector Management in the WHO-African Region: Progress Report 2000-2003 (download 112K PDF file) Joint Publication 9. Title II Final Evaluation, Report of Findings. (download 620K PDF file).Joint Publication 8. The Hygiene Improvement Framework, A Comprehensive Approach for Preventing Childhood Diarrhea. (download 428K PDF file).Joint Publication 7. Improving Health through Behavior Change A Process Guide on Hygiene Promotion.  (download 1.65MB PDF file).See More…Guidelines and Tools:Joint Publication 7. Improving Health through Behavior Change A Process Guide on Hygiene Promotion.  (download 1.65 MB PDF file).Activity Report 135. Technical Assistance to the Government of India for Urban Health Planning and National Guidelines (download 520K PDF file)Activity Report 128. Planning Tools for the Nepal Public Private Partnership for Handwashing Initiative (download 368K PDF file)Strategic Report 8. Assessing Hygiene Improvement: Guidelines for Household and Community Levels (download 743K PDF file) Activity Report 124. West Africa Water Initiative (WAWI) Monitoring and Evaluation Plan, Program Framework and Indicators. (download 306K PDF file).See More…EHP Briefs EHP Brief 25. Healthy People in a Healthy Environment: Integrating Population, Health and the Environment in Madagascar(download 873K PDF file).EHP Brief 24. Improving Small Town Sanitation in Jamaica- A Success Story (download 800K PDF file).See More…PresentationsImplementing Health Strategies at the Community Level Using a Partnership ApproachHealth Vulnerability Assessment in Urban Slums: A Tool for Targeting Interventions and Scarce ResourcesEHP/Nepal Achievements and Final Year Activities Reaching an Expanded Audience with Water, Sanitation and Hygiene InformationSee More…Reports and ArticlesWHO-USAID: Addressing the Links between Indoor Air Pollution, Household Energy and Human HealthPECS News, Spring 2003:  When the Whole is Greater than the Sum of its Parts: Integrated Indicators for Population-Environment Programs, Global HealthLink Article by EHP: Reaching an Expanded Audience with Environmental Health InformationSanitation Policy Thematic Overview Paper (IRC web-based paper prepared in collaboration with EHP)Framework for Action:Child Diarrhea PreventionE-Conference SummariesE-Conference on Safe Excreta DisposalE-Conference on the Hygiene Improvement FrameworkMission-Funded ReportsSAFE WATER SYSTEMS: An Evaluation of the Zambia CLORIN ProgramNational Consultation: Improving the Health of the Urban Poor – Lessons Learned and the Way ForwardMalaria Epidemic Forecasting and Preparedness Manual Highlights from the Sixth Annual Assessment and Mid-term Review Workshop on Malaria Control in EritreaNepal Vector-Borne Disease Program CD-ROMThis interactive CD-ROM is designed to provide information related to the prevention and control of vector-borne diseases—malaria, Japanese encephalitis and Kala-azar—in Nepal.
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To order a copy of this CD-ROM, contact [email protected]New Source for EHP Publications  The Environmental Health Project is now a partner organization of Population and Health InfoShare. As a partner, EHP’s publications are now available on the PH InfoShare website at www.phishare.org/partners/EnvironmentalHealthProject. The publications can also be retrieved as email attachments through PH InfoShare’s email document delivery system at http://www.phishare.org/documents/EnvironmentalHealthProject/. For more reports go to EHP Publication Categories.
How to Access EHP ReportsIt is EHP’s goal to make its publications available electronically.  Virtually all publications from 1997 onward can be retrieved from this site in electronic format.  Documents are provided in PDF (Portable Document Format) and require either the Adobe Acrobat browser plug-in or the Acrobat Reader software for viewing.  These programs can be downloaded for free from Adobe.If you wish to receive a copy of an EHP publication which is not available electronically, please send an e-mail to [email protected].Index of publications by country or regionEHP II Index of publications by topic  EHP IIndex of publications by topic Index of publications in FrenchIndex of publications in Spanish
EHP Publication CategoriesStrategic Reports: Guidelines, frameworks, issue papers and policy papers that examine broad topics rather than specific field activities in one location.Activity Reports: Products of specific requests for technical assistance by USAID missions or bureaus. These reports are designed primarily to meet the need of the client. These reports also document the work of EHP in various countries or regions or in specific technical areas.  Publications from EHP II (1999–2004) start with Activity Report 101.  Those from EHP I (1993–1999) are numbered 1–79.Joint Publications: Products published by EHP in collaboration with other partners and publishers.Guidelines and Tools: Developed by EHP staff and partners to meet identified needs expressed by environmental health program implementers around the world. They are documents that provide direction for program managers to plan, implement and monitor environmental health activities in the field. They will be available in hard copy and posted on the web.EHP Briefs:  Brief, two-page summaries of EHP activities. Each EHP Brief focuses on an area of particular interest and addresses a general audience.E-Newsletter/EHP News: A monthly newsletter on EHP happenings and activities.  Initiated January 2001, distributed by e-mail.  To subscribe, please send your request to [email protected]CD-ROMs: A collection of documents and articles related to water, sanitation, hygiene, etc. Applied Studies: Peer-reviewed concept papers, guidelines, and frameworks on topics of broad interest in environmental health, aimed at the development community. All reports in this category were prepared during the first EHP contract (1993–1999).Capsule Reports: Short pamphlets (8–10 pages) that condense or synthesize information on a technical topic to reach a wide audience.EH&P: Periodic newsletters from EHP I (1993–1999).  Each issue contains an article on a particular topic of concern to EHP plus information on EHP activities.EHP Brochure in (English), (French) and (Spanish)Lessons Learned from EHP IILessons Learned from EHP I  Special Brochures: Illustrated booklets describing an EHP approach or methodology, with many field examples, diagrams, photos and guidelines for action.WASH ReportsGolden Oldies Now Available: EHP’s predecessor, the Water and Sanitation for Health (WASH) Project, in operation under three consecutive contracts from 1980–1994, published over 500 reports.  Print copies of all WASH reports are available from USAID’s Development Experience Clearinghouse.  Reports can be located in that system by author, title or subject, or by citing the USAID project  number. The three WASH contracts were project numbers 9311176, 9365942 and 9365973.  The following “golden oldies”– the most popular WASH reports also are available in print and/or electronic versions. To order print copies, contact [email protected].TR 32  Facilitator Guide for Conducting a Team Planning Meeting, by Wilma Gormley and Fred Rosensweig  (print copies also available in  French,  Spanish, and Russian).TR 37  Guidelines for Institutional Assessment: Water and Wastewater Institutions, by Donald E. Cullivan et al  (print copies also available in  French, Spanish, and Arabic).TR 41  Facilitator Guide for Conducting a Project Start-Up Workshop, by Daniel B. Edwards and John J. Pettit.TR 62  Tech Pack: Steps for Implementing Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Projects, by May Yacoob and Philip Roark (print copies available in English and Spanish).TR 66  Health Benefits from Improvements in Water Supply and Sanitation: Survey and Analysis of the Literature on Selected Diseases, by Steven Esrey et al. TR 85  Constraints in Providing Water and Sanitation Services to the Urban Poor, by Tova Maria Solo, Eduardo Perez, and Steve Joyce.TR 86 The Unique Challenges of Improving Peri-Urban Sanitation, by William Hogrewe, Steven D. Joyce, and Eduardo Perez.TR 87  Conducting a Team Planning Meeting for Studies and Concept Development Tasks: Facilitator’s Guide, by Fred Rosensweig and Steven Joyce.TR 88  Guidelines for Improving Wastewater and Solid Waste Management, by Richard N. Andrews et al. (13,183 KB).  Also available in Spanish (15,797KB).TR 89  Designing and Implementing Decentralization Programs in the Water and Sanitation Sector, by Daniel B. Edwards, Fred Rosensweig, and Edward Salt.TR 92  Making Interdisciplinary Teams Work: A Guide for Team Leaders and Technical Assistance Managers, by Claudia Liebler (260KB).Fact Sheet:  Water Reuse in Developing Countries (including Guidelines for Wastewater Reuse) (3,903KB).

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