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Safe drinking water: who is willing to pay the price?
C. Chapoy (ed); C. Null / International Initiative for Impact Evaluation, 2012
This briefing, the second issue of the Evidence Matters series, distills policy relevant evidence from a recent 3ie systematic review ‘Willingness to pay for cleaner water in less developed countries". The review summarises rese...
Mainstreaming gender into Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) programmes: a training manual for water professionals
Gender and Water Alliance, 2009
The training manual on mainstreaming gender into Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) programmes is an integrated approach to both gender and WASH issues. It aims to provide participatory gender-sensitive training to water profes...
The impacts of climate change, over-fishing and pollution on the world's oceans
C. Nelleman (ed); S. Hain (ed); J. Alder (ed) / United Nations [UN] Environment Programme, 2008
The world’s oceans are already under stress as a result of overfishing, pollution and other environmentally-damaging activities in the coastal zones and now on the high seas. Climate change is presenting a further and wide-rangi...
What does water as a human right mean in the Middle East and North Africa region?
A.K. Biswas (ed); E. Rached (ed); C. Tortajada (ed) / International Development Research Centre, 2008
In 1992, a United Nations declaration proclaimed water as a human right. However, the water profession and the vast majority of governments in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region have not paid much attention. This on...
Successful peacebuilding through environmental cooperation in the Middle East
N. Harari; J. Roseman / EcoPeace Friends of the Earth Middle East, 2008
Whilst the Israeli-Palestinian conflict does not stem from an ecological cause, issues such as water supply and water scarcity, pollution of groundwater and solid waste management are important regional issues and a shared burden...
How to implement participatory water monitoring
The Office of the Compliance Advisor Ombudsman, 2008
Participatory monitoring is one established and accepted way for the public to make informed decisions. Through the collection of data that is credible to multiple parties, participatory monitoring can become an essential instrument f...
Managing water reserves in the North-western Sahara aquifer system
Sahara and Sahel Observatory, 2008
The North-western Sahara aquifer system (NWSAS) shared by Algeria, Libya and Tunisia contains considerable water reserves; however, it is largely unrenewable and not fully exploitable. This resource is now confronting many risks due t...
Producing clean pathogen-free water using the sun, a plastic bottle and corrugated iron!
R. Meierhofer; M. Wegelin / The SODIS Reference Center, 2002
Access to safe drinking water is a major issue faced by a large number of the world’s population. In an attempt to address this issue, multiple water processing methods have been developed. One such method is the Solar Wate...
Water resource challenges for the Middle East and North Africa Region
World Bank, 2008
Part of a series of development reports, this paper highlights the key challenges facing the Middle East and North Africa Region (MENA). In particular, it aims to show how water is integrated into the wider economic policies of the co...
How to dispose of pesticide stockpiles
Africa Stockpiles Programme, 2007
This manual presents the key issues associated with obsolete pesticides and the Africa Stockpiles Programme (ASP). It provides information and resources to help non-governmental organisations (NGOs) play their part in the success...
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Safe drinking water: who is willing to pay the price?
C. Chapoy (ed); C. Null / International Initiative for Impact Evaluation, 2012
This briefing, the second issue of the Evidence Matters series, distills policy relevant evidence from a recent 3ie systematic review ‘Willingness to pay for cleaner water in less developed countries". The review summarises rese...
Mainstreaming gender into Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) programmes: a training manual for water professionals
Gender and Water Alliance, 2009
The training manual on mainstreaming gender into Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) programmes is an integrated approach to both gender and WASH issues. It aims to provide participatory gender-sensitive training to water profes...
The impacts of climate change, over-fishing and pollution on the world's oceans
C. Nelleman (ed); S. Hain (ed); J. Alder (ed) / United Nations [UN] Environment Programme, 2008
The world’s oceans are already under stress as a result of overfishing, pollution and other environmentally-damaging activities in the coastal zones and now on the high seas. Climate change is presenting a further and wide-rangi...
What does water as a human right mean in the Middle East and North Africa region?
A.K. Biswas (ed); E. Rached (ed); C. Tortajada (ed) / International Development Research Centre, 2008
In 1992, a United Nations declaration proclaimed water as a human right. However, the water profession and the vast majority of governments in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region have not paid much attention. This on...
Successful peacebuilding through environmental cooperation in the Middle East
N. Harari; J. Roseman / EcoPeace Friends of the Earth Middle East, 2008
Whilst the Israeli-Palestinian conflict does not stem from an ecological cause, issues such as water supply and water scarcity, pollution of groundwater and solid waste management are important regional issues and a shared burden...
How to implement participatory water monitoring
The Office of the Compliance Advisor Ombudsman, 2008
Participatory monitoring is one established and accepted way for the public to make informed decisions. Through the collection of data that is credible to multiple parties, participatory monitoring can become an essential instrument f...
Managing water reserves in the North-western Sahara aquifer system
Sahara and Sahel Observatory, 2008
The North-western Sahara aquifer system (NWSAS) shared by Algeria, Libya and Tunisia contains considerable water reserves; however, it is largely unrenewable and not fully exploitable. This resource is now confronting many risks due t...
Producing clean pathogen-free water using the sun, a plastic bottle and corrugated iron!
R. Meierhofer; M. Wegelin / The SODIS Reference Center, 2002
Access to safe drinking water is a major issue faced by a large number of the world’s population. In an attempt to address this issue, multiple water processing methods have been developed. One such method is the Solar Wate...
Water resource challenges for the Middle East and North Africa Region
World Bank, 2008
Part of a series of development reports, this paper highlights the key challenges facing the Middle East and North Africa Region (MENA). In particular, it aims to show how water is integrated into the wider economic policies of the co...
How to dispose of pesticide stockpiles
Africa Stockpiles Programme, 2007
This manual presents the key issues associated with obsolete pesticides and the Africa Stockpiles Programme (ASP). It provides information and resources to help non-governmental organisations (NGOs) play their part in the success...
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United Nations University International Network on Water, Environment and Health (UNU-INWEH)
Academic institution supporting water management capacity
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