Second information kit - Using human waste safely for livelihoods, food production and health (#01, #02) - Second Information Kit on the third edition for the Guidelines for the Safe Use of Wastewater, Excreta and Greywater in Agriculture and Aquaculture

WHO, FAO, IDRC, IWMI (2008)

Published in: 2008

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World Health Organization (WHO)

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WHO, FAO, IDRC, IWMI

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#01 Guidance documents related to the Guidelines
- Guidance Note for national programme managers and engineers: Applying
the guidelines along the sanitation ladder by Pay Drechsel and Bernard
Keraita
- Guidance Note on Microbial Risk Assessment by Duncan Mara, Andrew
Hamilton and Andy Sleigh
- Guidance Note on health-based targets by Bruce Gordon and Robert Bos
- Guidance Note for national programme managers and engineers: Options
for simple on-farm water treatment in developing countries by O.O.
Cofie, B. Kerata and P. Dreschsel
- The Wealth of Waste, the economics of wastewater use in agriculture.
Executive Summary of FAO Water Report 35 by J. Winpenny, I Heinz and S.
Koo-Oshima
- Lessons learned from the WHO/FAO/IDRC project in Ghana, Jordan and
Senegal by M. Redwood and Robert Bos

#02 From Policy to Action
- A concept note on sanitation safety plans: using sanitation safety
plans as a vehicle to implement the Guidelines by Th.-A. Stenstroem,
Eva Barrenberg

#03 Announcements and calls
#04 Order Forms

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WHO, FAO, IDRC, IWMI (2008). Second information kit - Using human waste safely for livelihoods, food production and health (#01, #02) - Second Information Kit on the third edition for the Guidelines for the Safe Use of Wastewater, Excreta and Greywater in Agriculture and Aquaculture. World Health Organization (WHO)

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