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Rodriguez, D.J., Berg, C. van den, y McMahon, A., «Investing in water infrastructure : capital, operations and maintenance». World Bank, Washington, DC, USA, p. viii, 44 p.; 2 tab.; 5 fig.; 7 boxes, 2012.
Pedi, D., Kov, P., y Smets, S., «Sanitation marketing lessons from Cambodia : a market-based approach to delivering sanitation». Water and Sanitation Program, WSP, S.l., p. 22 p.; 6 tab.; 7 fig.; 9 boxes, 2012.
Gebreegziabher, K. y Tadesse, T., «Household demand for improved water supply services in Mekelle City, Northern Ethiopia», Water policy : official journal of the World Water Council, pp. p. 125 - 142; 6 tab.; 2 fig., 2011.
Heath, T., «Pragmatic but principled : background report on integrated water resource management». Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor, WSUP, London, UK, p. 17 p. : 3 boxes; 2 fig.; 1 tab., 2010.
Anwar, F. y Ahmad, M., «Rawalpindi Water and Sanitation Agency, Punjab, Pakistan : laying the blueprint for a model water utility». Water and Sanitation Program (WSP) - South Asia, Islamabad, Pakistan, p. 15 p.; 4 tab.; 3 fig.; 6 boxes; 9 photographs, 2010.
Ratna Reddy, V., Rammohan Rao, M.S., y Venkataswamy, M., «"Slippage" : the bane of drinking water and sanitation sector : a study of extent and causes in rural Andhra Pradesh». p. 21 p. : 6 fig., 7 tab., 2010.
Parkinson, J., «Decentralised domestic wastewater and faecal sludge management in Bangladesh». GHK International, London, UK, p. 44 p. : 11 fig., 1 tab., 2005.
Frias, J. y Mukherjee, N., «Private sector sanitation delivery in Vietnam : harnessing market power for rural sanitation». Water and Sanitation Program - East Asia and the Pacific, WSP-EAP, Jakarta, Indonesia, p. 15 p. : 5 boxes, 4 fig., 3 tab., 2005.
Fawcett, B., Manase, G., y Mulenga, M., Building links for improved sanitation in poor urban settlements : recommendations from research in southern Africa. Southampton, UK: Institute of Irrigation and Development Studies (IIDS), University of Southampton, 2004, p. xii, 71 p. : boxes, fig., photogr., tab.
Jackson, B., «Sanitation and hygiene in Kenya : lessons on what drives demand for improved sanitation». Water and Sanitation Program - East and Southern Africa, Nairobi, Kenya, p. 11 p. : boxes, photogr., tab., 2004.
Onjala, J.O., «Managing water scarcity in Kenya : industrial responses to tariffs and regulatory enforcement». Roskilde University, Department of Environment, Technology and Social Studies, Roskilde, Denmark, p. 329 p. : 7 boxes, 34 fig., 39 tabs., 2002.
Marin, P., «Output-based aid (OBA) : possible applications for the design of water concessions». World Bank, Washington, DC, USA, p. 36 p. : boxes, fig., tab., 2002.
Ahmad, J.K., Goldar, B.N., Jakariya, M., y Misra, S., «Willingness to pay for arsenic-free, safe drinking water in rural Bangladesh : methodology and results». Water and Sanitation Program - South Asia, New Delhi, India, p. 16 p. : 2 fig., photogr., 4 tab., 2002.
Hutton, G., «Economic evaluation and priority setting in water and sanitation interventions», in Water quality : guidelines, standards and health : assessment of risk and risk management for water-related infectious disease, 2001, pp. P. 333-359 : 1 box, 5 tab.
Manase, G., Mulenga, M., y Fawcett, B., «Linking urban sanitation agencies with poor community needs in Southern Africa : a study of Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa», in People and systems for water, sanitation and health : proceedings of the 27th WEDC conference, Lusaka, Zambia, 2001, 2001, pp. P. 185-188.
World Bank -Washington, DC, US, «Water and sanitation», in Tanzania : social sector review, 1999, pp. p. 160-179 (Chapter 8) : 3 boxes, 11 tab.
Katko, T.S. y Hukka, J.J., «Towards viable drinking water services», Natural resources forum, pp. p. 161-167 : 5 fig., 1997.
Varley, R.C.G., Yacoob, M., y Smith, S., «Beyond participation : locally based demand for environmental health in peri-urban areas», vol. no. 6. Environmental Health Project (EHP), Arlington, VA, USA, p. iii, 28 p., 1996.


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