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References in the Source Book and Regional Overviews indicate publications that have been used to derive the information. These may be consulted if further or more detailed information is desired. The following list of publications has been provided to indicate recent materials that have been published on matters related to the subject of the Source Book.

Black, M (1998) Learning What Works - A 20 year Retrospective View on International Water and Sanitation Cooperation, World Bank, Washington DC, USA
The UNDP - World Bank Water and Sanitation Program was originally conceived as an applied research project aimed at supporting cooperative efforts in the Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade. The Program has proven to be a Remarkable experiment in development partnerships. This case study by Maggie Black traces the developments which have guided thinking and action in the water and sanitation sector and the Program experience during the last 20 years.

Brikké, F, Bredero, M, de Veer, T and Smet, J (1997) Linking Technology Choice with Operation and Maintenance for Low-Cost Water Supply and Sanitation, IRC, Delft, Netherlands

CEHA (1998) Report on the CEHA Regional Workshop on Low-Cost Technology for Domestic Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse, WHO Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean, Centre for Environmental Health Activities, Amman, Jordon

Chorus, I, Ringelband, U, Schlag, G, and Schmoll, O (Eds.) (2000) Proceedings of the International Conference on Water, Sanitation and Health - Resolving conflicts between drinking-water demands and pressures from society's wastes. World Health Organisation Water Series, IWA, London

Collignon, B and Vezina, M (2000) Independent Water and Sanitation Providers in African Cities: Full Report of a Ten-Country Study, World Bank, Washington DC, USA

Cotton, A. and Saywell, D. (1998) On-Plot Sanitation in Low-income Urban Communities, WEDC, Loughborough University, UK.

Cotton, A. and Saywell, D. (1998) Strategic Sanitation, WEDC, Loughborough University, UK.

Dayal, Rekha, van Wijk, C, and Mukherjee, N (2000) Methodology for Participatory Assessments with Communities, Institutions and Policy Makers, World Bank, Washington DC, USA

de Jong, D, Mendonca, V and Luciani, S (1997) Resources on Participatory Approaches and Communication for Water and Sanitation Programming: annotated references (Advocacy and Communication Strategies Working Group, Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council), Geneva

de Lange, E, Ocampo, P, Muñoz, N and Teun Visscher, J (1997) Simplified Water Quality Assessment for Multi-Stage Filtration, IRC, Delft, Netherlands

DFID Guidance Manual on Water Supply and Sanitation Programmes (1999) WELLS, Leicestershire, UK

Dietvorst, C (Ed) SOURCE Water and Sanitation News Service

Haarmeyer, D, and Mody, A (1998) Competition, Contracts and Regulation in Water Sanitation, World Bank Water and Sanitation Division, Washington DC, USA

Ho, G (Ed.) (1999) Proceedings of the Workshop on Adopting, Applying and Operating Environmentally Sound Technologies for Domestic and Industrial Wastewater Treatment for the Wider Caribbean Region. IETC Report no. 5, p. 68 - 74, UNEP IETC, Osaka/Shiga.

IRC (2000) Integrated Water Resource Management in Water and Sanitation Projects - Lessons from Projects in Africa, Asia and South America, IRC, Delft, Netherlands

IRC (1998) Operation and Maintenance of Sanitation Systems in Urban Low-Income Areas in India and Thailand: report on a joint research programme, 1989-1993, IRC, Delft, Netherlands

JICA (1997) Preparation of Development Plans for Environmental Sanitation in Developing Countries, A Reference and Brief, Department of Social Development Studies, Tokyo

Kemper, K, and Marino, M (1999) Institutional Frameworks in Successful Water Markets, Brazil, Spain, and Colorado, USA, World Bank Technical Paper No. 427, Washington DC, USA

Kingdom, B (1999) Benchmarking Water and Sanitation Utilities: A Start-Up Kit, World Bank Water and Sanitation Division, Washington DC, USA

Marino, M (1999) An Integrated Approach to Wastewater Treatment: Where, When and How Much to Invest, World Bank, Washington DC, USA

NOWRA (1999) Proceedings of the NOWRA - New Ideas for a New Millennium,8th Annual Conference and Exhibit, Jekyll Island, Georgia

Peasey, A (2000) Health Aspects of Dry Sanitation with Waste Reuse, WELL Studies in Water and Environmental Health, Task No. 324, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London

Pickford, J (Ed.) (1999) 25th WEDC Conference on Intergrated development for water supply and sanitation, WEDC, Leicestershire, UK

Pickford, J (Ed.) (1999) 24th WEDC Conference: Sanitation and Water for All, WEDC, Leicestershire, UK

Regional Water and Sanitation Group for East Asia and Pacific (1999) Community Based Sewer Systems in Indonesia: A Case Study in the City of Malang - Draft, UNDP - World Bank Water and Sanitation Program, Jakarta

Rose, G D (1999) Community-based Technologies for Domestic Wastewater Treatment and Reuse: Options for urban agriculture, IRDC Research Program: Cities Feeding People, Report Series 27 (

Sasse, L (1998) DEWATS Decentralised Wastewater Treatment in Developing Countries, BORDA Bremen Overseas Research and Development Association, Bremen.

Shanahan, P, and Somlyódy, L (1998) Municipal Wastewater Treatment in Central and Eastern Europe: Present Situation and Cost-Effective Development, Washington DC, USA

Shordt, K (2000) Action Monitoring for Effectiveness, IRC, Delft, Netherlands

Simpson-Hebert, M and Wood S (Eds.) (1998) Sanitation Promotion. World Health Organization (WHO) Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborating Council (Working Group on Promotion of Sanitation WHO/EOS/98.5), Geneva.

Smout, I (1997) Water and NGO's - Proceedings of the Overseas Development Administration (ODA) workshop of UK NGO's working in the water and sanitation sector, WEDC, Leicestershire, UK

Smout, I and Parry-Jones, S (1998) Lessons Learned from NGO Experiences in the Water and Sanitation Sector, WELLS, Leicestershire, UK

Teun Visscher, J (1997) Technology Transfer in the Water Supply and Sanitation Sector: a learning experience from Colombia, IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, Delft, Netherlands

UNDP (1998) Water, UNDP, New York

UNICEF: School Sanitation and Hygiene Education (SSHE) together with its partners at global and country level is involved in the development of strategies and programmes to improve and promote sanitation and hygiene. Next to the promotion of sanitation and hygiene to ensure early child development (ECD), UNICEF is critically involved in the area of improved school sanitation and hygiene education. Below is a short list of resources related to SSHE. The Notes and News, is a news letter about the SSHE project and other SSHE issues, which will appear twice a year. of UNICEF WES for the manual of IRC, with for subscription to Notes and News of Voices of Youth for information about life skills-based education click "Explore Ideas", then "The Teachers" (*)

UNICEF (1997) Towards Better Programming: A Sanitation Handbook Water, Environment and Sanitation Technical Guidelines Series - No. 3, UNICEF, New York.

UNICEF (undated) UNICEF Water, Environment and Sanitation Technical Guidelines Series - Water Handbook, UNICEF, New York.

UNICEF (undated) UNICEF Water, Environment and Sanitation Technical Guidelines Series - Manual on Communication for Water Supply and Environmental Sanitation, UNICEF, New York.

United Nations Environment Programme - International Environmental Technology Centre (UNEP IETC) (1999) Workbook for Training in Adopting, Applying and Operating Environmentally Sound Technologies (ESTs) - Regional Workshop, IETC Report No. 6, UNEP IETC, Osaka.

United Nations Environment Programme - International Environmental Technology Centre (UNEP IETC) (1999) Proceedings of the International Regional Conference on Environmental Technologies for Wastewater Management, IETC Report No. 7, UNEP IETC, Osaka.

Water and Sanitation Division (1998) Bidding for Private Concessions, The Use of World Bank Guarantees, Project Finance and Guarantees Department, RMC Discussion Paper Series No. 120, World Bank Water and Sanitation Division, Washington DC, USA

Water and Sanitation Program (2000) 98-99 Report, World Bank, Washington DC, USA

This report reviews the continuity and change of the WSP, global learning initiatives as well as the regional highlights for the 12 month period from June 1998 to July 1999.

Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (2000) Vision 21: a shared vision for hygiene, sanitation and water supply and a framework for action, WSSCC, Geneva

WHO Office of Health Communications and Public Relations (1998) 3 [Three] billion people worldwide lack sanitation facilities, WHO Strategy on Sanitation for high-risk communities, WHO, Geneva

WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation (2000) Global water supply and sanitation assessment 2000 report, WHO, Geneva

WSSCC (1998) Forth Global Forum of the WSSCC, Manila, Philippines, 3-7 November 1997, Meeting Report, Volume 1, Forum Proceedings and Manila Action Programme, WSSCC, Geneva

WSSCC (2000) A Shared Vision for Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene and a Framework for Future Action, WSSCC, Geneva

This is the core document of "Vision 21: Water for the People" as it is presented before the World Water Forum in The Hague, Netherlands, on 13 March 2000.

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