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D. Wright, «[Evaluation report SSNCC/WaterAid water and sanitation programme, Nepal]». WaterAid, London, UK, p. 16 p.: 2 tab., 1990.
I. N. J. P. S. Associ Bombay y Delhi, I. N. H. U. D. C. O. - New, «Evaluation study of low cost sanitation programme in the state of Maharashtra». Housing and Urban Development Corporation, New Delhi, India, p. 180 p.: tab., 1990.
Oxfam-Quebec -Montreal, Que, CA, «Montreal international forum : SOS: water is life = Forum international de Montreal : SOS: l'eau c'est la vie = Foro internacional de Montreal : SOS: agua es la vida». Oxfam-Quebec, Montreal, Que, Canada, p. various paging, 1990.
J. Harnmeijer, «The NGO in rural water supply : review of CHAAP's work». ETC, Leusden, The Netherlands, p. 32 p.: map, tab., 1990.
D. Macharia y E. Muya, W., «A report on NGO information needs assessment carried out in the Pacific/Africa/Asia/Latin America». Environment Liaison Centre International, Nairobi, Kenya, p. 36 p.: tab., 1990.
D. Narayan-Parker, «Self-help in a rural water project», World health forum, pp. p. 327-331, 1990.
L. K. Sarvodaya Moratuwa, «SRTS project report 1990». Sarvodaya Rural Technical Services, Moratuwa, Sri Lanka, p. 45 p. + annexes : fig., photogr., tab., 1990.
K. van der Poort, «Urban development, possibilities and limitations : on the occasion of the Tear Fund congress on urbanisation, Zeist, the Netherlands, 8 May 1990», in Christians in urban development, 1990, pp. P. 16-32 (marked 1-15) : fig., tab.
P. Roark y Brahmam, S., «Water supply and sanitation program design for NGOs in Haiti», vol. no. 297. Water and Sanitation for Health Project (WASH), Arlington, VA, USA, p. ix, 62 p.: fig., map, tab., 1990.
USAID -Washington, DC, US y PACT -New York, NY, US, «Asian linkages : NGO collaboration in the 1990s : a five-country study». Private Agencies Collaborating Together, New York, NY, USA, p. 236 p., 1989.
F. Dennis y Castleton, D., «Case studies in population and natural resources : Costa Rica». IUCN - International Union for Conservation of Nature, Gland, Switzerland, p. 37 p. : photogr., 1989.
K. - K. Munguti, «Community-level management and maintenance», Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 12-13, 20-21: photogr., 1989.
G. H. Ghana Wate Accra y London, G. B. WaterAid -, «Hand-dug wells, policy and options : 13th-17th July 1989, Mole, Northern Region, Ghana : a WaterAid conference on rural water delivery : conference report», vol. 1. WaterAid, Accra, Ghana, p. v, 48 p.: tab., 1989.
I. Richardson, «Partnerships in low-cost water technology», Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 2-7: photogr., 1989.
J. K. Lugonzo-Campbell, «Replacing community participation with NGO participation : a new approach», in Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Rain Water Cistern Systems : 2-4 August 1989, Manila, Philippines, 1989, pp. P. B2-1 - B2-12 : 1 fig.
M. Dewit y Schenk, H., Shelter for the poor in India : issues in low cost housing. New Delhi, India: Manohar, 1989, p. xvi, 147 p.: fig., tab.
I. A. Richardson, «WaterAid and the Third World : a parnership in low-cost technology», Journal of the Institution of Water and Environmental Management, pp. p. 188-197: fig., tab., 1989.
J. M. Kalbermatten, «WaterTech USA : a program for helping developing nations», Journal American Water Works Association, pp. p. 39-44: photogr., tab., 1989.
M. S. Muller y Toonen, D., Holland on habitat : a profile of the Netherlands experience with habitat in the Third World. Leiden, The Netherlands: LIDESCO, 1988, p. ii, 115 p.: photogr., tab.
M. Cernea, Nongovernmental organizations and local development, vol. no. 40. Washington, DC, USA: World Bank, 1988, p. v, 63 p.
WHO -Geneva, CH, World Health Organization y Nairobi, K. E. U. N. E. P. -, Urbanization and its implications for child health : potentials for action. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization (WHO), 1988, p. vi, 80 p.: fig., photogr., tab.


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