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WHO -Geneva, CH, World Health Organization, Evaluating household water treatment options : health-based targets and microbiological performance specifications . Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization (WHO), 2011, p. v,59 p.; boxes; tab.; fig.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill -Chapel Hill, NC, US. Gillings School of Global Public Health. Water Institute, «International Network on Household Water Treatment and Safe Storage newsletter ». University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Gillings School of Global Public Health. Water Institute, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, 2011.
Nyarko, K.B., Dwumfour-Asare, B., Appiah-Effah, E., Moriarty, P.B., y Obuobisa-Darko, A., «Life-cycle costs in Ghana: costs of rural and small town sanitation services», WASHCost Ghana briefing note series, vol. 3. IRC, The Hague, p. 12 p.; 3 fig.; 6 tab.; 2 photographs, 2011.
Lüthi, C., Morel, A., y Tilley, E., «Integrate at the top, involve at the bottom – the household-centred approach to environmental sanitation», presented at the 2008-11-19, Delft, The Netherlands, 2008, p. 10 p.; ill.; 5 ref.; 3 fig.; 1 tab.; 4 images.
Brown, J., Sobsey, M.D., y Loomis, D., «Local drinking water filters reduce diarrheal disease in Cambodia: a randomized, controlled trial of the ceramic water purifier», American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene, pp. p. 394-400 : 2 fig., 4 tab., 2008.
Heierli, U., «Marketing safe water systems why it is so hard to get safe water to the poor – and so profitable to sell it to the rich ». Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), Bern, Switzerland, p. 114 p. : fig., tab., 2008.
USAID Global Development Alliance -Washington, DC, US, «Safe Drinking Water Alliance : experiences in Haiti, Ethiopia, and Pakistan : lessons for future water treatment programs». Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA, p. 75 p. : tab., 2008.
POUZN Project -Bethesda, MD, US, «Best practices in social marketing safe water solution for household water treatment : lessons learned from Population Services International field programs», vol. no. 2. The Social Marketing Plus for Diarrheal Disease Control: Point-of-Use Water Disinfection and Zinc Treatment (POUZN) Project, Abt Associates, Bethesda, MD, USA, p. 65 p. : boxes, fig., photogr., tab., 2007.
Clasen, T., «Household water treatment», Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 15-18, 2006.
Kleinau, E., Post, M., y Rosensweig, F., «Advancing hygiene improvement for diarrhea prevention : lessons learned», vol. no. 10. Environmental Health Project (EHP), Arlington, VA, USA, p. xi, 37 p., 2004.
Skinner, B., Shaw, R., y Water, Engineering and Development Centre -Loughborough, GB, WEDC, «Technical brief no. 58 : household water treatment 1», Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 15-18 : ill., 2 tab., 2003.
Shaw, R. y Skinner, B., «Technical brief no. 59 : household water treatment 2», Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 15-18 : 5 fig., 2003.
Sobsey, M.D., «Managing water in the home : accelerated health gains from improved water supply». World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, Switzerland, p. vii, 70 p. : 21 tab., 2002.
CREPA -Ouagadougou, BF, Centre Regional pour l'Eau Potable et l'Assainissement a Faible Cout, «Dispositif d'un poste d'eau potable : manuel de construction, d'installation, dútilisation et d'entretien». Centre Regional pour l'Eau Potable et l'Assainissement a Faible Cout (CREPA), Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, p. 25 p. : ill., 1998.
Ryan, F., How to convert sea water into drinking water : an easy-to-use manual. Bangalore, India: Books for Change, 1998, p. x, 43 p. : drwngs.
John, S. y Ahammed M., M., «A simple household method for the removal of iron from water», Aqua : journal of water supply research and technology, 1998.
Brelet-Rueff, C., «Helping children in the humid tropics : water education», vol. no. 11. UNESCO International Hydrological Programme, UNESCO-IHP, Paris, France, p. 64 p. : ill., photogr., 1997.
Wegelin, M. y Sommer, B., «SODIS at the turning point : a technology ready for use», SANDEC news, pp. p. 1-10 : 5 fig., 3 tab., 2 photogr., 1997.
EAWAG -Duebendorf, CH, Swiss Federal Institute for Environmental Science and Technology y SANDEC -Duebendorf, CH, «SODIS : solar water disinfection». Water and Sanitation in Developing Countries (SANDEC), Duebendorf, Switzerland, p. video (16 min.) : VHS Pal, 1997.


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