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Perez, E., Cardosi, J., Coombes, Y., Devine, J., Grossman, A., Kullmann, C., Kumar, C.A., Mukherjee, N., Prakash, M., Robiarto, A., Setiawan, D., Singh, U., y Wartono, D., «Comment accélérer le développement de l’assainissement rural ?». Water and Sanitation Program, WSP, S.l., p. vii, 56 p., 9 fig., 6 tab., 2012.
Hagan, J.M., Hughes, R., y Smith, J., «Designing gender-sensitive sanitation for floating villages», vol. 12. WaterAid, S.l., p. 9 p.; 8 fig., 2012.
Goudel, C., «Investing in people : using human shit and urine as organic fertilizer, energy saving and economic development in vulnerable communities of Nepal :..», presented at the 2012-10-29, S.l., 2012, p. 10 p.; 3 tab.; 2 fig.; 7 photographs.
Kilsby, D., «Putting a gender lens on WASH practice in Liquica, Timor-Leste», vol. 13. WaterAid, S.l., p. 8 p.; 6 fig., 2012.
Bekele, A., «Reaching the poor and vulnerable community in rural Afghanistan through CLTS», presented at the 2012-01-31, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2012, p. 7 p.; 1 fig.; 2 photographs.
United nations water secretariat, «Sanitation drive to 2015 : planners’ guide». United Nations Intersecretariat Group for Water, S.l., p. 72 p.; ill.; photographs; boxes, 2012.
Venkataramanan, V., Naman, J., Crocker, J., Streyle, M., Kolsky, P., Bartram, J., Saywell, D., Nelligan, M., Elliott, M., Fisher, F.M., y Rowe, D.R., «Testing CLTS approaches for scalability : systematic literature review». University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Plan International USA, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, p. 27 p. : 2 fig., 3 tab., 2012.
Greene, K., Romano, G., y Morshed, G., «Women’s WASH platforms in Bangladesh and Cambodia», vol. 14. WaterAid, S.l., p. 8 p.; 8 fig., 2012.
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