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Kvarnström, E.; Petersens, E. (2004). Open Planning of Sanitation Systems. SEI. [1.23 MB]

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The objective of this capacity-building project was to produce a tentative manual for the planning and implementation of sanitation projects based on sanitation system function …

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UA magazine (2008). Water for Urban Agriculture. RUAF. [2.7 MB]

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ARGOSS (2001). Guidelines for assessing the risk to groundwater from on-site sanitation. NERC, British Geological Survey Commissioned Report, CR/01/142, UK. [1.29 MB]

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Guidelines for Assessing the Risk to Groundwater from On–Site Sanitation (ARGOSS) were developed to provide guidance on how to assess and reduce the risk of contamination of …

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Hutton, G., Haller, L., Bartram, J. (2007). Economic and health effects of increasing coverage of low cost household drinking-water supply and sanitation interventions to countries off-track to meet MDG target 10. WHO. [1.05 MB]

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The aim of this study is to estimate the health impacts and economic costs and benefits of improving water supply and sanitation services, with a focus on the least developed …

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Rockström, J., Nilsson Axberg, G., Falkenmark, M., Lannerstad, M., Rosemarin, A., Caldwell, I., Arvidson, A., Nordström, M. (2005). Sustainable Pathways to Attain the Millennium Development Goals - Assessing the Key Role of Water, Energy and Sanitation. SEI. [3.24 MB]

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The purpose of this study is twofold. First, to manifest the importance of the environment to attain the MDGs. Secondly, to make the case, based on scientific analyses on …

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Zomerplaag, J.; Mooijman, A. (2005). Child-Friendly Hygiene and Sanitation Facilities in Schools - Indispensable to effective hygiene education. IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre/UNICEF. [2.26 MB]

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Kvarnström, E., Emilsson, K., Richert Stintzing, A., Johansson, M., Jönsson, H., Petersens, E. af, Schönning, C., Christensen, J., Hellström, D., Qvarnström, L., Ridderstolpe, P., Drangert, J. (2006). Urine Diversion - One Step Towards Sustainable Sanitation. EcoSanRes. [2.77 MB]

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This report presents the current state of the art of urine-diverting systems, with focus on Swedish experiences of urine diversion. The intention is to inspire decision- and …

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Deegener, S., Wendland, C., Samwel, A., Samwel, M. (2009). Sustainable and safe school sanitation - How to provide hygienic and affordable sanitation in areas without a functioning wastewater system. Examples from Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia. Women in Europe for a Common Future (WECF), The Netherlands, Germany, France. [4.4 MB]

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School sanitation is an important but often neglected issue for public health. Children are most vulnerable and affected by poor sanitation conditions. Related diseases, …

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Schönning, C.; Stenström, T. A. (2004). Guidelines for the Safe Use of Urine and Faeces in Ecological Sanitation Systems. SEI. [2.47 MB]

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Ashley, H., Kenton, N., Milligan, A., Bongartz, P., Musembi Musyoki, S. (2009). Tales of shit Community-Led Total Sanitation in Africa - Participatory learning and action (issues 61). iied, IDS, Plan. [4.07 MB]

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Where do you shit? In developing countries, the answer to this question may determine whether you live or die. Around 2.6 billion people do not have access to a toilet. Instead, …

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