Full Index for Volumes 1 to 20 (July 1982 to April 2002). For any further details please email:

Biogas

Treatment of night soil by biogas digester in China. Zhao Xjhui 6(4)

Why don't we use the night soil to produce biogas? Peter-John Meynell 1(3)

Capacity Building

A mandate to manage: Hitosa’s large-scale gravity-flow water-supply system. Keith Wright 15(2)

A useful, utility partnership: Africa's water companies unite. Mohammed Fouad Djerrari and Jan G. Janssens 15(4)

A win-win option: joint management of the West Bank’s aquifers. Eran Feitelson 15(4)

Banking on the poor: microfinancing South Africa's water supply and sanitation. Frank Hartvelt and Anton B. Deiters 15(4)

Building institutional capacity for sanitation. Kathleen Shordt and Marielle Snel 20(3)

Building on tradition: Zimbabwe's Shallow wells. N. Mtakwa and E. Climbunde 15(3)

Can pay, will pay: securing a slum water supply for squatters. Dibalok Singha 15(2)

Capacity building: Beyond the 'Project' approach. Guy Alaerts, Frank Hartvelt and Jeroen Warner 15(4)

Collaboration or collision course? NGO/government partnership in Tanzania. Julie Jarman and Catherine Johnson 15(2)

Coping with the brain drain: building capacity in the training environment. Maarten Blokland and Jeroen Warner 15(4)

Lasting solutions: governments and communities re-examine roles. Dave Mather 15(2)

Not a numbers game: making policy for maximum impact and sustainability. Richard C. Carter, Desta Demessie and Mogus Mehari 16(3)

Rejuvenating the Rhine: the long road to integrated river management. Pieter Huisman, Koos Wieriks and Joost de Jong 15(4)

Rural demand management: local needs, local potential. L. Abrams and J. Warner 15(4)

Seeing (but not smelling) is believing: Kerala's compost toilet. Paul Calvert 15(3)

Six years on: what happened to the Dublin principles? Jon Lane and Julie Jarman 16(3)

The people's machinery local democracy and development in Andhra Pradesh. S. Paramasivan 15(2)

The researchers: why knowledge is more valuable than gifts. Eveline Bolt, Norah Espejo, and Marc Lammerink 15(2)

The spring-box solution: choosing the right water-supply technology for Southern KwaZulu Natal. Antony Lenehan 15(2)

Turning around an organization: institution building in Sri Lanka. M. Wickramage 15(4)

Water quality monitoring and NGOs. Guy Howard 16(1)

Water, sanitation and hygiene understanding. Technical Brief 51 15(3)

Why networking works: the Philippines International Training Network. Rosario Villaluna 15(4)

Community projects and participation

A community-based handpump rehabilitation and maintenance programme. Birgit Madsen 8(3)

A dirty business: income generation in Kampala. J. Morgan 18(2)

A fine balance: water wisdom from the KAWAD project, India. Kaushik Mukherjee 20(3)

A mandate to manage: Hitosa’s large-scale gravity-flow water-supply system. Keith Wright 15(2)

A participatory approach to watershed development programmes: understanding constraints and exploring solutions. Y. V. Malla Reddy 19(2)

A reflection on ten years' work in Rural water supplies. Karl Wehrle 1(4)

Accentuate the positive: promoting behaviour change in Lucknow's slums. Valarie Curtis, Prabhakar Sinha and Shyamoli Singh 16(2)

Achieving success in community water supply and sanitation projects. Charles Chandler 5(2)

Addressing WATSAN needs. John Butterworth, Y.V. Malla Reddy and Charles Batchelor 20(3)

AHJASA: ongoing management and maintenance support for Honduras' community water systems. Andrew Trevett and Omar Nunez 16(3)

At a price? The truth about community construction. S. Sutton 18(2)

Building water supplies on social foundations. 1(2)

Buying into rural water supply. Michael Wood and Negash Dhinna 14(4)

Clean water in Kola. Hilary Byrne 1(3)

Collaboration or collision course? NGO/government partnership in Tanzania. Julie Jarman and Catherine Johnson 15(2)

Community action in India. 1(1)

Community management. Technical Brief 30 10(2)

Community mobilization: where is the entry point? Juliet Waterkeyn 9(4)

Community participation in Zimbabwe. Patricia Walsh 2(2)

Community sanitation in Yoff, Senegal. C. Bockman Weisburd 19(1)

Consumer involvement in bacteriological testing of well water in Kibwezi, Kenya. Melvin Woodhouse 8(4)

Contracting NGOs to implement rural water and sanitation projects in Bolivia. Andrew W. Karp 11(1)

Driven by need, leaning by experience. Joel Bolnick, Shawn Cuff, Ana Dizon Arif Hasam, Diana Mitlin and Perween Rahman 16(2)

Environmental management plans for the communities of Lucknow. Shaleen Singhal and Amit Kapur 20(4)

From users to managers: community involvement in water-supply and sanitation projects. May Yacoob 9(1)

Get organized: self-help and partnership in urban Pakistan. Jude Tavanyar 16(2)

Goals for the future: mapping out the route to a ‘clean and healthy world’. B. Appleton 18(4)

Health managing in the city. A Resources Guide 16(2)

Hidden benefits: linking relief and development in Kabul. Roberta Kessler 16(4)

Implementing a participatory, gender-based approach in Baluchistan. I. Lagerweij and C. Vulto 18(1)

In the light of experience: water policy and use in Uganda. George Bagamuhunda and Gilbert Kimanzi 16(3)

Integration of the formal and informal sector: waste disposal in Hyderabad, India. M. Snel 17(3)

Lesson in Listening. S. Melchior-Tellier 11(2)

Maintenance of rural water supplies in Zimbabwe. Frances Cleaver 9(4)

New skills, new lives: Kerala’s women masons. Thresiamma Mathew 17(1)

Not a numbers game: making policy for maximum impact and sustainability. Richard C. Carter, Desta Demessie and Mogus Mehari 16(3)

Participatory strategies in water, health and rural development programmes. K. Balachandra Kurup 10(2)

Peer education without pressure: spreading hygiene messages in Burkina Faso. Marjolein Dieleman and San Traoré 16(1)

People and the Decade: technology and community. John Pickford 1(2)

People are at the heart of sanitation. Dick de Jong 14(3)

People, livelihoods and decision-making in catchment management: a case study from Tanzania. Tom Franks and Frances Cleaver 20(3)

People's Volunteer Weir Programme: a three-way collaboration in irrigation. Prakob Wirojanagud 8(3)

PME under the spotlight: a challenging approach in St Vincent. Katja Jobes 16(4)

Poverty, infrastructure and the environment. Louis Y. Pouliquen 9(3)

Promoting villager participation in water-tank construction. Tavatchai Traitongyoo 5(4)

Public standposts. Technical Brief 26 9(1)

Rainwater harvesting for survival and development. Z. Qiang and L. Yuanhong 18(3)

Reflections on a rural water supply project in Zambia. Joanne Hammeiber 7(1)

Rural demand management: local needs, local potential. L. Abrams and J. Warner 15(4)

Rural water supply systems: an alien body for the public good – case study of Indonesia, 1999-2000. P. Minnigh and M. Moeliono 19(3)

Six years on: what happened to the Dublin principles? Jon Lane and Julie Jarman 16(3)

Small-scale private involvement in water supply provision in Tanzania. V. J. Boydell 18(1)

Social capital: the ‘missing link’ in water resources management. Mercy Dikito-Wachtmeiser 20(2)

Soci-economic aspects of water selling. Brian Mathew 10(2)

Strategic sanitation planning: it’s all very well, but…J. Colin and C. Brocklehurst 19(1)

Sustainable Livelihoods Approaches: an explanation. Patrick Moriarty 20(3)

The Decade and beyond. Joseph Christmas and Carel de Rooy 9(3)

The development of water supply and sanitation: North and South. Frank Solomon 2(1)

The informal sector: what is it worth? M. Ali 17(3)

The researchers: why knowledge is more valuable than gifts. Eveline Bolt, Norah Espejo, and Marc Lammerink 15(2)

The six elements: managing water in Central Asia. B. Gungoren and G. Regallet 17(2)

The Water Decade: personal reflections. John Kalbermatten 9(3)

There’s a right way to do it: informal arrangements for local resource management in Zimbabwe. Frances Cleaver 16(4)

Towards community-managed drinking-water schemes in Nepal. John R. Williamson 2(2)

Training. Technical Brief 53 16(1)

Uganda: keeping a country clean through its schools and communities. Regina C. Faul-Doyle and Brendan A. Doyle 15(1)

Urban-rural disparity in water supply in Morocco. P. Koenig 18(3)

Using local organizations to design low-cost sanitation systems in Pakistan. Nadeem Afzal 20(4)

Water and livelihoods – what’s new? Tamsyn Barton 20(3)

Water and sanitation interventions: the need for a more integrated approach? S. Lewin, C. Stephens and C. Hunt 17(4)

Water as the source of community empowerment: part 1. M. Karp, L. C. Meza and S. C. De León 17(3)

Water as the sources of community empowerment: part 2. A. Karp, L. C. Meza and S. C. De León 17(4)

Water for small rural communities in Guatemala. Barbara Cullen 6(1)

Water for the urban poor. Paul Friedlander 9(1)

Water in Liberia: how war affects policy formulation and implementation. Karen Cleaver Thompson and Josephine Crawshaw 16(3)

Water quality monitoring and NGOs. Guy Howard 16(1)

Water source selection. Technical Brief 55 16(3)

Water: and more – for the barrios of Tegucigalpa. Karin Metell and Anna Maria Mooijman 17(1)

Who cares about water? J.O. Dranger 13(3)

Women’s water rights. Vandana Shiva 17(1)

Decade

Blair Laboratory's contributions to the Water Decade. Peter Morgan and Harry McPherson 4(1)

How the Yemen is trying to meet the aims of the Water Decade. Zohra Merabet 2(4)

Immediate supply or final solution? Eddie Thomas 1(3)

Non-government organizations in the Water Decade. David Collett 2(2)

People and the Decade: technology and community. John Pickford 1(2)

Reflections on The Decade. Boleslaw Jan Kukielka 3(1)

The Decade: some personal comments. John Kalbermatten 1(3)

Water and words. Charles Kerr 4(3)

Education and training

A mandate to manage: Hitosa’s large-scale gravity-flow water-supply system. Keith Wright 15(2)

Accentuate the positive: promoting behaviour change in Lucknow's slums. Valarie Curtis, Prabhakar Sinha and Shyamoli Singh 16(2)

AHJASA: ongoing management and maintenance support for Honduras' community water systems. Andrew Trevett and Omar Nunez 16(3)

Assessing a VIP latrine construction training course. Marianne Symons 10(4)

At a price? The truth about community construction. S. Sutton 18(2)

Being prepared: finding and training relief-workers. Bobby Lambert 15(1)

Better rewards make better technicians. Charles Kerr 1(2)

Challenges facing school sanitation and hygiene education from the perspective of the school teacher. M. Snel, E. Bolt and L. Postma 19(1)

Clean up your act: development theatre for water and sanitation. L. Levert 14(1)

Collaboration or collision course? NGO/government partnership in Tanzania. Julie Jarman and Catherine Johnson 15(2)

Communication and health education planning for sanitation programmes. John Hubley 5(3)

Community mobilization: where is the entry point? Juliet Waterkeyn 9(4)

Coping with the brain drain: building capacity in the training environment. Maarten Blokland and Jeroen Warner 15(4)

Depend or survive: sanitation and hygiene promotion in the Aral Sea disaster zone. F. Haupt 18(1)

Effective environmental education: constraints and prerequisites. K. Krishna Mohan and D.L. Saywell 13(2)

Engineers and urban malaria: part of the solution or part of the problem? Pete Kolsky 16(2)

Field-irrigation in the Peruvian Andes. Willem H.M. van Immerzeel 9(4)

Greater expectations: technology choices for community-managed water supply in the new South Africa. M. Rall, J. de Jager 15(3)

Health images: water images. Bob Linney 10(1)

Hidden benefits: linking relief and development in Kabul. Roberta Kessler 16(4)

Hygiene practices among H’mong communities of Vietnam. Glenn Laverack, Laurent Fages and Duong Thi Thanh. 20(2)

Institutional and human resource development. J.H. Austin, H. Ottersletter and F. Rosensweig 5(4)

Lasting solutions: governments and communities re-examine roles. Dave Mather 15(2)

Learning to share knowledge: a Zimbabwean case study. Sue Laver 6(3)

Lesotho makes strides in rural water supplies. Adrian Clark 1(2)

More than just technical skills required. T. Hayward 19(3)

Participatory learning for water and sanitation. John Hubley 12(3)

Participatory strategies in water, health and rural development programmes. K. Balachandra Kurup 10(2)

Peer education without pressure: spreading hygiene messages in Burkina Faso. Marjolein Dieleman and San Traoré 16(1)

Practical training workshops for urban water supply. Peter Sowrey 6(2)

Pre-testing posters for water and sanitation. Bob Linney 4(2)

Sanitation training in Nepal. Vanessa Tobin 4(2)

School sanitation and hygiene education in Mysore District. M. Kumar and M. Snel 19(2)

School sanitation and hygiene promotion for effective learning. M. Snel and K. Shordt 19(4)

Sunshine and fresh air: a practical approach to combating water-borne disease. Rob Reed 15(4)

Teaching aids for water and sanitation. Jim Watt and Richard Laing 3(4)

The ‘Atakwa’ incubator for bacteriological testing. Richard Brown, Tom P. Curtis and Andrew Metcalfe 20(4)

The researchers: why knowledge is more valuable than gifts. Eveline Bolt, Norah Espejo, and Marc Lammerink 15(2)

Three creative solutions to the training challenge. M. Blokland and H. Savenije 15(4)

Training engineering supervisors for small-scale irrigation development in Nigeria. T. Vaishnav 9(4)

Training female sanitation volunteers. Joy Morgan 11(2)

Training for small-scale and rural water supply projects. Robin Turrell 6(2)

Training in low-cost water supply and sanitation: an Indonesian experience. Juli Soemirat Slamet 9(4)

Training in specific maintenance skills. Ken Batty 6(2)

Training in wastewater reuse techniques. K. Vairavamoorthy, V. Jothiprakash and S. Krishamoorthi 19(4)

Training in well construction. Ivor Feist 6(2)

Training non-technical workers. Ray Isely and Fred Rosensweig 3(2)

Training through work experience. W.K. Tayler 2(1)

Training village women as health promoters in Tanzania. Kristian Laubjerg 4(3)

Training. Technical Brief 53 16(1)

Uganda: keeping a country clean through its schools and communities. Regina C. Faul-Doyle and Brendan A. Doyle 15(1)

Using drama to put across messages about water and sanitation. 3(2)

Water quality monitoring and NGOs. Guy Howard 16(1)

Water, sanitation and hygiene understanding. Technical Brief 51 15(3)

World Water Vision and Vision 21. A Resources Guide 18(4)

Emergency measures

A few buckets more: reducing sand-invasion and siltation in Angola. M. Osola 17(2)

A performance evaluation and modification of the UNICEF upward-flow water filter. V. P. Singh and M. Chaudhuri 12(2)

An engineering response to the needs of Burmese refugees. Martin Gambrill 13(1)

Being prepared: finding and training relief-workers. Bobby Lambert 15(1)

Coping with equipment in emergencies. Paul Sherlock 6(4)

Disinfecting tube-well water: the evolution of a new technology. Richard Luff and Enamul Hoque 16(2)

Drilling water wells in disaster areas. Alan Hayes 6(4)

Emergency sanitation for refugees. Technical Brief 38 12(2)

Emergency water supply in cold regions. Technical Brief 18(2)

Emergency water supply. Technical Brief 44 13(4)

Engineers, humanitarian relief, and water supplies. Bobby Lambert 13(1)

Environmental sanitation for the control of cholera in Lisungwi Refugee Camp, Malawi. F. Mulemba, P. Nabeth 12(4)

From emergency relief to long-term development. Jan Davis 6(4)

Hidden benefits: linking relief and development in Kabul. Roberta Kessler 16(4)

Missed opportunities cost lives: vector control in emergencies. M. Thomson 15(1)

More than just technical skills required. T. Hayward 19(3)

More than navel-gazing: guidelines for emergency sanitation and water-supply programmes. John Adams 15(1)

Oxfam in Goma: a public health learning experience. S. McKenzie, R. de la Haye 15(1)

Pit latrines in Nepal: the refugee dimension. Jonathan Puddifoot 14(2)

Pour-flush toilets and waste stabilization ponds in a refugee camp. Leo Glensvig and Dorte Glensvig 8(1)

Provision for the aftermath: lessons learnt. A. Fox 19(3)

Rehabilitation of hafirs in Sudan. Cole P. Dodge and Maden Zelenika 6(1)

Rethinking the unthinkable: effective excreta disposal in emergency situations. Jim Howard 15(1)

Simple measures make all the difference. T. Gould 19(3)

Tackling water-supply problems in Uganda with REDR. Peter Shaw and Alan Hayes 3(2)

The software of emergency water supplies. Roland Sewell 6(4)

Water and sanitation in emergencies. A Resources Guide 19(3)

Water for Sarajevo. Jo Parker 13(1)

Water in Liberia: how war affects policy formulation and implementation. Karen Cleaver Thompson and Josephine Crawshaw 16(3)

Water supply, health and vulnerability in floods. J. McCluskey 19(3)

Evaluation

A dirty business: income generation in Kampala. J. Morgan 18(2)

Accentuate the positive: promoting behaviour change in Lucknow's slums. Valarie Curtis, Prabhakar Sinha and Shyamoli Singh 16(2)

Always room for improvement? Interagencyinter-agency guidelines for M&E. Tom de Veer 15(1)

Assumptions and realities in water and sanitation programmes. R. Carter, S. Tyrrel and P. Howsam 18(2)

Catchment surveillance for water resource management. Barry J. Lloyd and Teresa Thorpe 16(1)

Developing evaluation guidelines for studying hygiene practices. Sandy Cairncross 10(1)

Drinking-water quality. A Resources Guide 16(1)

Healthier values: realistic approaches to drinking-water quality. Guy Howard 16(3)

Measuring sustainability in the water sector. Joanne Harnmeijer and Sally Sutton 12(1)

Measuring sustainability: recent lessons from Indonesia. N. Mukherjee 18(1)

Monitoring and evaluating a prject's effectiveness. Peter Tschumi 10(1)

Monitoring and surveillance: key points 16(1)

Out of the mouths of babes: an honest evaluation of water and sanitation in Ecuador. J. T. Visscher, M. Garcia, C. Madera A. Benavides, and E. Quiroga 14(3)

Oxfam in Goma: a public health learning experience. S. McKenzie, R. de la Haye 15(1)

PME under the spotlight: a challenging approach in St Vincent. Katja Jobes 16(4)

Sanitary investigations as a sanitation monitoring tool. M. D. Smith and Samar M. Husary 19(3)

Sanitary surveying. Technical Brief 50 15(2)

Sanitation in Colombia's low-income settlements: selection, implementation, and evaluation. I. R. Tarquino, M. E. Ince 13(2)

Surface water drainage: how evaluation can improve performance. Technical Brief 17(1)

The latrine acquisition curve: a tool for sanitation evaluation. Chris Smith 7(1)

The researchers: why knowledge is more valuable than gifts. Eveline Bolt, Norah Espejo, and Marc Lammerink 15(2)

Training. Technical Brief 53 16(1)

Urban-rural disparity in water supply in Morocco. P. Koenig 18(3)

Water quality monitoring and NGOs. Guy Howard 16(1)

Water source selection. Technical Brief 55 16(3)

Water supply and quality issues in Central and Eastern Europe and the Newly for Independent States. Jamie Bartram and Jens Jacob 16(1)

WHO's Minimum Evaluation Procedure. 2(1)

Yardsticks for cleanliness? Indicators for sanitation. A. Almedom and A. Chattejee 13(3)

Finance and cost recovery

A dirty business: income generation in Kampala. J. Morgan 18(2)

At a price? The truth about community construction. S. Sutton 18(2)

Banking on the poor: microfinancing South Africa's water supply and sanitation. Frank Hartvelt and Anton B. Deiters 15(4)

Boreholes mean business. Y. Touré 17(1)

Can pay, will pay: securing a slum water supply for squatters. Dibalok Singha 15(2)

Catching up upgrading Botswana's rainwater catchment. John Gould 15(3)

Community self-financing of water and sanitation systems. B. Rahardjo, D. O'Brien 12(3)

Community-partnered procurement: a socially sensitive option. Andrew Cotton and Muhammad Sohail 16(2)

Cost-effective systems for solid waste management. M. Coffey 17(3)

Driven by need, leaning by experience. Joel Bolnick, Shawn Cuff, Ana Dizon Arif Hasam, Diana Mitlin and Perween Rahman 16(2)

Financial sustainability. A Resources Guide 18(1)

Financing water-development projects. A beginners’ guide to 17(1)

Mechanisms for sustainability in a supply-driven environment. P. Iyer 18(1)

Natural wastewater treatment to stimulate the local economy. Siemen Veenstra, Peter van der Steen and Huub Gijzen 20(1)

Planning and managing water projects. A Resources Guide 16(4)

Sitting in the hot seat: the role of the sanitation manager. A. Coad 17(3)

Small-scale private involvement in water supply provision in Tanzania. V. J. Boydell 18(1)

Small-town and rural water provision in Ghana. Stephen Nkansa Buabeng 16(4)

Soci-economic aspects of water selling. Brian Mathew 10(2)

Sustainable Livelihoods Approaches: an explanation. Patrick Moriarty 20(3)

The challenges ahead: water resources management for the next millennium. Frances Cleaver and Tom Franks 16(4)

The Falaj: A traditional co-operative system of water management. Part 1. Sally Sutton 2(3)

The Falaj: Modern problems and some possible solutions. J.S. Birks 2(4)

The role of small-scale independent water providers in urban areas. Mike Albu and Cyrus Njiru 20(3)

Water as the source of community empowerment: part 1. M. Karp, L. C. Meza and S. C. De León 17(3)

Water for the urban poor. Paul Friedlander 9(1)

Water law and the right to a basic water supply. Peter Howsam 16(3)

Water and livelihoods – what’s new? Tamsyn Barton 20(3)

Water: and more – for the barrios of Tegucigalpa. Karin Metell and Anna Maria Mooijman 17(1)

Whose water supply? Costs, management and maintenance in Southern Africa. Paul Taylor 15(3)

Groundwater/Wells/Boreholes/Springs

A few buckets more: reducing sand-invasion and siltation in Angola. M. Osola 17(2)

A multi-disiplinary approach to drilling Boreholes in Senegal. Hilary Suman 2(4)

An economic impact: productive waterpoints in dryland areas. C. Lovell, G. Nhunhama, S. Sunguro and O. Mugweni 17(2)

An electronic sensor for monitoring water levels in Deep wells. Mark Austin 6(1)

Assisting groundwater recharge by gully-plugging. T.S. Randhawa 3(2)

At a price? The truth about community construction. S. Sutton 18(2)

Bangkok's deteriorating groundwater. Chandran Nair 9(3)

Biological iron removal from well-handpump water supplies. Sean Tyrrel, Sue Gardner, Peter Howsam and Richard Carter 16(4)

Boreholes mean business. Y. Touré 17(1)

Building on peace: upgrading water and sanitation technology in Mozambique. Zvidzai C.N. Zana 15(3)

Building on tradition: Zimbabwe's Shallow wells. N. Mtakwa and E. Climbunde 15(3)

Collector wells in basement aquifers. E.P. Wright and R. Herbert 4(2)

Development and the environment. Ron Bannerman 11(3)

Domestic water use in Morocco’s Tessaout Amont irrigation system. E. Boelee, H. Laamrani, K. Khallaayoune and S. Watts 18(1)

Drilling and pump replacement incentive in Uganda. C.P. Dodge, J.D. Skoda, T. Ekvall and A. Espie 5(2)

Drilling water wells in disaster areas. Alan Hayes 6(4)

Extracting clean water from streams in south-western Ethiopia. W.J. Bradfield 10(3)

Ferrocement well for Micronesia. Stephen J. Winter 6(2)

Geology of water supplies. C. P. Young 3(2)

Geophysics – taking the magic out of black boxes. Alan MacDonald 20(2)

Greater expectations: technology choices for community-managed water supply in the new South Africa. M. Rall, J. de Jager 15(3)

Groundwater dams. Technical Brief 24 8(4)

Groundwater development using jetted boreholes. Richard Carter 3(3)

Groundwater in the developing world: problems and solutions. Richard Carter 20(2)

Groundwater – potential but not panacea. Richard Carter and Sean F. Tyrrel 20(2)

Improving rural water supply in Sierra Leone. O.M. Bah 6(1)

Intake from rivers. Technical Brief 22 8(2)

Iron in handpump water supplies: prevention or cure? Sean Tyrrel, Richard Carter and Peter Howsam 20(2)

Learning by breaking: how wells evolved in Côte d’Ivoire. A. Henry 18(2)

Lining a hand-dug well. Technical Brief 4 3(4)

Low-cost water-well drilling in Africa. Richard Carter, Kerstin Danert, Peter Ball, Ronnie Rwamwanja and Jamil Ssebalu 20(2)

Now in my backyard: Zimbabwe's upgraded family well programmes. P. Morgan E. Chimbunde, N. Mtakwa, and A. Waterkeyn 14(4)

On-site sanitation and urban aquifer systems in Uganda. M. Barrett, M. Nalubega, S. Pedley 17(4)

Pit latrines: a source of contamination in peri-urban Dhaka? D. Macdonald, K. M. Ahmed, M. S. Islam, A. Lawrence and Z. Z. Khandker 17(4)

Power and people: aspects of micro-hydro. Andrew Scott 10(2)

Protecting a shallow seepage spring. Tim Rous 4(2)

Protecting a spring. Technical Brief 3 3(3)

Protecting springs: an alternative to spring boxes. Technical Brief 34 11(2)

Sahel: case study - The Gambia. 2(1)

Shallow drum-lined wells for guineaworm eradication. M.J. Ayotamuno, M.K.C. Sridbar, W.R Brieger, W.Y. Sangodoyin and P.N. Vyne 11(2)

Shallow wells for low-cost water supply in Tanzania. Robert Trietsch 3(1)

Simple drilling methods. Technical Brief 43 13(3)

Slotted bamboo tubewell screen. Technical Brief 5 4(1)

Small steps count: building on traditional methods for rural water supply. Peter Morgan 15(3)

Spring capping in the Peruivan highlands. Kate Wedgewood and Jamie Bartram 10(3)

The spring-box solution: choosing the right water-supply technology for Southern KwaZulu Natal. Antony Lenehan 15(2)

Tubewells and their construction. C.K. Stapleton 2(1)

Unsealed wells: water quality implications. Roger Wright 3(3)

Upgrading family wells in Zimbabwe. Peter Morgan and Ephraim Chimbunde 9(3)

Upgrading traditional wells in north-west Namibia. Alex Bor 15(3)

Upgrading traditional wells. Technical Brief 39 12(3)

Water and sanitation in the South Pacific. Tony Marjoram 2(1)

Water and sanitation interventions: the need for a more integrated approach? S. Lewin, C. Stephens and C. Hunt 17(4)

Water for the forgotten people: Botswana's revolutionary well-jetting technology. J. Andrews 14(4)

Water from sand. Erik Nissen-Petersen 4(3)

Water supply and quality issues in Central and Eastern Europe and the Newly for Independent States. Jamie Bartram and Jens Jacob 16(1)

Water use in the Andes. Jamie Bartram and Barry Lloyd 10(3)

Water-well bucket protection in Zambia. Dermot Carty 8(4)

Weathered rock aquifers: vital but poorly developed. Richard Taylor 20(2)

Wells for Mali. 1(4)

Whose water supply? Costs, management and maintenance in Southern Africa. Paul Taylor 15(3)

Health

A handwashing communication intervention in Guatemala. Elena Hurtado and Elizabeth Mills Booth 13(3)

A lesson about water Schistosomiasis. K.E. Mott 4(1)

A simple sand filter to reduce guinea worm disease. M.K.C. Sridhar, O.O. Kale and J.D. Adeniyi 4(2)

Accentuate the positive: promoting behaviour change in Lucknow's slums. Valarie Curtis, Prabhakar Sinha and Shyamoli Singh 16(2)

Always room for improvement? Interagencyinter-agency guidelines for M&E. Tom de Veer 15(1)

Assessing the environmental health impact: an expert system approach. Martin Birley 9(2)

Behind the technical approach to slum improvement. Meera Bapat and Nigel Crook 8(1)

Better sanitation to beat mosquito breeding. 5(1)

Biological iron removal from well-handpump water supplies. Sean Tyrrel, Sue Gardner, Peter Howsam and Richard Carter 16(4)

Can pay, will pay: securing a slum water supply for squatters. Dibalok Singha 15(2)

Child to child: special schooling in KwaZulu-Natal. E. Breslin, C. Madrid and A. Mkhize 17(1)

Clean water for the Central African Republic. Stephanie Loiacono 2(1)

Communication and health education planning for sanitation programmes. John Hubley 5(3)

Community mobilization: where is the entry point? Juliet Waterkeyn 9(4)

Defluoridation of water supplies. T.K. Tjiook 2(1)

Depend or survive: sanitation and hygiene promotion in the Aral Sea disaster zone. F. Haupt 18(1)

Disinfecting tube-well water: the evolution of a new technology. Richard Luff and Enamul Hoque 16(2)

Drinking-water source deterioration: an urgent problem. Part 1. T. Bastemeyer and M. D. Lee 11(1)

Drinking-water source deterioration: an urgent problem. Part II. T. Bastemeyer and M. D. Lee 11(2)

Engineers and urban malaria: part of the solution or part of the problem? Pete Kolsky 16(2)

Environmental sanitation for the control of cholera in Lisungwi Refugee Camp, Malawi. F. Mulemba, P. Nabeth 12(4)

Environmental sanitation: a health approach for cholera control. Jose A. Hueb 12(4)

Environmental upgrading of irrigation systems to control Schistosomiasis. Mahmoud Abu-Zeid 9(2)

Eye and skin diseases. Technical Brief 25 9(1)

Health aspects of water and sanitation. Sandy Cairncross 7(1)

Health care and sanitation in Peru: developing appropriate technologies. Steve Maher 7(3)

Health images: water images. Bob Linney 10(1)

Health managing in the city. A Resources Guide 16(2)

Health, water and sanitation 1. Technical Brief 17 7(1)

Health, water and sanitation 2. Technical Brief 19 7(3)

Healthier values: realistic approaches to drinking-water quality. Guy Howard 16(3)

Hidden benefits: linking relief and development in Kabul. Roberta Kessler 16(4)

How not to grow mosquitoes in African towns. Jo Lines 20(4)

Hygiene and health education in primary schools in Lesotho. Virginia Dlangamandla 6(4)

Improved piped water supplies in Peru. Barry Lloyd, Mauricio Pardon and Jamie Bartram 7(3)

Improving conditions of workers on tea estates. Sue Eckstein 3(4)

Incorporating institutional and legal requirements. Robert Bos 9(2)

Kisumu Primary Health Care Project. Mathew Onduru 7(1)

Missed opportunities cost lives: vector control in emergencies. M. Thomson 15(1)

No half measures: sustaining health from water and sanitation systems. S. Esrey 14(3)

Not by pumps alone. Sumi Krishna 3(4)

Nova União Village, Brazil: the impact of a new water supply. H. Kloos, A. Gazzinelli and R. Correa Oliveria 19(4)

On-site sanitation and groundwater: the art of balancing unknown risks? G. Howard 17(4)

On-site sanitation and urban aquifer systems in Uganda. M. Barrett, M. Nalubega, S. Pedley 17(4)

Oral rehydration therapy: A cure but not a solution. Denise Ayres 1(2)

Oxfam in Goma: a public health learning experience. S. McKenzie, R. de la Haye 15(1)

Peer education without pressure: spreading hygiene messages in Burkina Faso. Marjolein Dieleman and San Traoré 16(1)

Pit latrines: a source of contamination in peri-urban Dhaka? D. Macdonald, K. M. Ahmed, M. S. Islam, A. Lawrence and Z. Z. Khandker 17(4)

Pollution from on-site sanitation: the risks? – What risks? D. Saywell 17(4)

Practical ways to prevent the spread of cholera. AHRTAG 12(4)

Reflections on a rural water supply project in Zambia. Joanne Hammeiber 7(1)

Rural health in northern Pakistan. James Muir 5(2)

Rural water supply, sanitation and health education in Thailand: Can success follow success? Nongluk Tunyavanich and Kevin Hewison 8(3)

Schistosomiasis: transmission and control. J.M. Jewsbury 1(3)

Schoolchildren help solve sanitation problems in Tanzania. Eben Mwasha 14(3)

Seeing (but not smelling) is believing: Kerala's compost toilet. Paul Calvert 15(3)

Shallow drum-lined wells for guineaworm eradication. M.J. Ayotamuno, M.K.C. Sridbar, W.R Brieger, W.Y. Sangodoyin and P.N. Vyne 11(2)

Sunshine and fresh air: a practical approach to combating water-borne disease. Rob Reed 15(4)

Target 1995: guinea worm eradication. Donald Hopkins 8(2)

Teaching by example: promoting hygiene and sanitation in primary schools. Maria Sorensson 14(1)

The environmental transitions of cholera. Ann Storey 12(4)

The prevention and control of cholera. Jamie Bartram and Guy Howard 12(4)

The role and responsibilities of engineers and agriculturalists. A. Kandiah 9(2)

The spread and control of cholera in Bangladesh. M.S.Islam, O.M.Bateman 12(4)

To spray or not to spray? H. Dobson 17(2)

Towards healthier water resources management. Redi Sloof 9(2)

Traditional methods of treating guinea worm. T.S. Randhawa 4(4)

Uganda: keeping a country clean through its schools and communities. Regina C. Faul-Doyle and Brendan A. Doyle 15(1)

Urban environmental health: fitting the pieces together. Pete Kolsky 16(2)

Using dragonflies to suppress mosquitoes in domestic water storage containers. Philip Corbet 4(3)

Using human waste. Technical Brief 18(3)

Vector-borne disease implications and their control. Brian Kay 9(2)

Water and sanitation in emergencies. A Resources Guide 19(3)

Water and sanitation interventions: the need for a more integrated approach? S. Lewin, C. Stephens and C. Hunt 17(4)

Water management and malaria control. George Davidson 1(4)

Water pollution and control measures in Liaoning Province. Che Xianxin and Bai Yongjiu 10(1)

Water source selection. Technical Brief 55 16(3)

Water supply and quality issues in Central and Eastern Europe and the Newly for Independent States. Jamie Bartram and Jens Jacob 16(1)

Water supply in primary health care: experiences of Amazon Indian communities. Jamie Bartram and Warren Johns 7(1)

Water supply, health and vulnerability in floods. J. McCluskey 19(3)

Water use and patterns of contamination in rural north-east Thailand. John Pinfold and Nigel Horan 9(4)

Water, sanitation and hygiene understanding. Technical Brief 51 15(3)

Water: and more – for the barrios of Tegucigalpa. Karin Metell and Anna Maria Mooijman 17(1)

Water: quality or quantity? Technical Brief 52 15(4)

Weaning-food hygiene in a Guatemalan town. S. Saenz de Tejada and F. Cano 13(3)

Where are now? Studying hygiene behaviour. A. Ahnedom and V. Curtis 13(3)

Women carrying water: how it affects their health. Annie Dufaut 6(3)

Yardsticks for cleanliness? Indicators for sanitation. A. Almedom and A. Chattejee 13(3)

Hygiene

A hygiene intervention study in rural north-east Thailand. John Pinfold, John Hubley and Duncan Mara 10(1)

Challenges facing school sanitation and hygiene education from the perspective of the school teacher. M. Snel, E. Bolt and L. Postma 19(1)

Depend or survive: sanitation and hygiene promotion in the Aral Sea disaster zone. F. Haupt 18(1)

Developing evaluation guidelines for studying hygiene practices. Sandy Cairncross 10(1)

Goals for the future: mapping out the route to a ‘clean and healthy world’. B. Appleton 18(4)

Hygiene and health education in primary schools in Lesotho. Virginia Dlangamandla 6(4)

Hygiene education in primary schools. Barry Karlin 6(3)

Hygienic construction in remote African villages. W.E. Wood 1(3)

Hygiene practices among H’mong communities of Vietnam. Glenn Laverack, Laurent Fages and Duong Thi Thanh. 20(2)

Making soap. Technical Brief 8 4(4)

Not by pumps alone. Sumi Krishna 3(4)

Participatory strategies in water, health and rural development programmes. K. Balachandra Kurup 10(2)

Sanitary software. Arnold Pacey 1(1)

Sanitation: still an unsolved problem for Pulau Bidong. Richard Dowle 1(2)

School sanitation and hygiene education in Mysore District. M. Kumar and M. Snel 19(2)

School sanitation and hygiene promotion for effective learning. M. Snel and K. Shordt 19(4)

Water use and patterns of contamination in rural north-east Thailand. John Pinfold and Nigel Horan 9(4)

Irrigation and horticulture

Affordable water for irrigation: an experience in Niger. Jonathan Naugle 11(1)

A fine balance: water wisdom from the KAWAD project, India. Kaushik Mukherjee 20(3)

Addressing WATSAN needs. John Butterworth, Y.V. Malla Reddy and Charles Batchelor 20(3)

An economic impact: productive waterpoints in dryland areas. C. Lovell, G. Nhunhama, S. Sunguro and O. Mugweni 17(2)

And the desert shall bloom again. Bruno Robineau and Maryvonne Robineau 7(2)

Axial-flow propeller pump for small rice farms and fishponds. R.G. Stickney and G.C. Salaza 8(2)

Building intercultural bridges for the development of rural Peruvian communities. Carlos de la Torre and Ruben Sierra y Toribio Quiape 12(1)

Chinese water turbine pump. Chen Lunzhang 5(3)

Designing a spiral pump for irrigation. L.C.A. Naegel, J.G. Real and A.M. Mazaredo 10(2)

Developing draught animal equipment for irrigation. Graham Saunders 5(3)

Domestic water use in Morocco’s Tessaout Amont irrigation system. E. Boelee, H. Laamrani, K. Khallaayoune and S. Watts 18(1)

Environmental upgrading of irrigation systems to control Schistosomiasis. Mahmoud Abu-Zeid 9(2)

Environmentally sound irrigation projects. Linden Vincent 8(4)

Field-irrigation in the Peruvian Andes. Willem H.M. van Immerzeel 9(4)

Freedom to change: the Chivi experience. K. Murwira 13(4)

Freeing the channels: farmer managed water supply. Marc Lammerick, Isaack Oenga, and Simon Croxton 13(4)

Garden irrigation: alternative techniques and technology diffusion in dry regions. M. Murata and C. Lovell 17(2)

Growing in importance: vegetable gardening in the South. C. Batchelor 17(2)

Growing rice and fish concurrently. Nico Vromant and Nguyen Thi Hoai Chau 20(1)

Guide to constructing tyre gardens. C. Hudson 17(2)

Irrigation and the small farmer. A Resources Guide 17(2)

Irrigation for smallholders. A beginners guide to 18(1)

Irrigation management turnover: structural adjustment, or strategic evolution? Douglas Vermillion 12(1)

Low-lift irrigation pumps. Technical Brief 35 11(3)

Making assumptions: institutional constraints to irrigation design. Frans Huibers and Geert Diemer 13(4)

Minimizing the social impacts of dam construction. Otto Soemarwoto 10(2)

People's Volunteer Weir Programme: a three-way collaboration in irrigation. Prakob Wirojanagud 8(3)

Planning small-scale irrigation schemes. Harry Underhill 12(1)

Popular small-scale irrigation technology. Ian K. Smout 13(4)

Pot drip: an efficient low cost watering system. S. Mahajan, P. Pednekar and S. Patel 19(4)

Pre-fabricated fibre-reinforced cement irrigation channels. Francis Hillman 4(4)

Rainwater harvesting for survival and development. Z. Qiang and L. Yuanhong 18(3)

Simple irrigation technology for micro-scale irrigation. Robert Lambert and Richard Faulkner 7(4)

Simple weirs for diverting water. Tim Stephens 4(4)

Simplest is not always best: physical and climatic constraints to community water supply in Zimbabwe. P. Moriarty and C. Lovell 19(2)

Small-scale irrigation design. Technical Brief 42 13(2)

Small-scale irrigation in the nineties. Peter Stern 12(1)

Small-scale irrigation: the need for thorough feasibility studies. Richard Carter 12(1)

Strength through adversity: farmer-led irrigation in the Andes. Gonzalo La Cruz 13(4)

Sustainable Livelihoods Approaches: an explanation. Patrick Moriarty 20(3)

The Falaj: A traditional co-operative system of water management. Part 1. Sally Sutton 2(3)

The Falaj: Modern problems and some possible solutions. J.S. Birks 2(4)

The organization of small-scale irrigation in Peru. Teresa Ore 7(2)

The organization of water use in Ispacas, Peru. Patrick Mulvany 7(2)

The role of small irrigation schemes in Africa. Geoff Pearce 12(1)

To spray or not to spray? H. Dobson 17(2)

Training engineering supervisors for small-scale irrigation development in Nigeria. T. Vaishnav 9(4)

Training in wastewater reuse techniques. K. Vairavamoorthy, V. Jothiprakash and S. Krishamoorthi 19(4)

Using gabions to reinforce a weir. Dai Gwynne 5(3)

Using human waste. Technical Brief 18(3)

Water and the project cycle. Tom Franks 16(4)

Water current turbines for Sudan: using the energy in the Nile. Barbara Sexon and Peter Garman 9(3)

Water pollution and control measures in Liaoning Province. Che Xianxin and Bai Yongjiu 10(1)

Work that water! Hydroponics made easy. D. Midmore and W. Deng-lin 17(4)

World Water Vision and Vision 21. A Resources Guide 18(4)

Legislation

The six elements: managing water in Central Asia. B. Gungoren and G. Regallet 17(2)

Urban environmental health: fitting the pieces together. Pete Kolsky 16(2)

Water law and the right to a basic water supply. Peter Howsam 16(3)

Management

A fine balance: water wisdom from the KAWAD project, India. Kaushik Mukherjee 20(3)

A mandate to manage: Hitosa’s large-scale gravity-flow water-supply system. Keith Wright 15(2)

A useful, utility partnership: Africa's water companies unite. Mohammed Fouad Djerrari and Jan G. Janssens 15(4)

A win-win option: joint management of the West Bank’s aquifers. Eran Feitelson 15(4)

Addressing WATSAN needs. John Butterworth, Y.V. Malla Reddy and Charles Batchelor 20(3)

AHJASA: ongoing management and maintenance support for Honduras' community water systems. Andrew Trevett and Omar Nunez 16(3)

Boreholes mean business. Y. Touré 17(1)

Capacity building: Beyond the 'Project' approach. Guy Alaerts, Frank Hartvelt and Jeroen Warner 15(4)

Catchment surveillance for water resource management. Barry J. Lloyd and Teresa Thorpe 16(1)

Community management of rural water supplies. Michael Wood 12(3)

Community management. Technical Brief 30 10(2)

Community-level management and maintenance. K.K. Munguti 7(4)

Cost-effective systems for solid waste management. M. Coffey 17(3)

Flood control and urban drainage management in Brazil. Carlos Tucci 20(4)

From users to managers: community involvement in water-supply and sanitation projects. May Yacoob 9(1)

Incorporating institutional and legal requirements. Robert Bos 9(2)

Integration of the formal and informal sector: waste disposal in Hyderabad, India. M. Snel 17(3)

Irrigation management turnover: structural adjustment, or strategic evolution? Douglas Vermillion 12(1)

Lasting solutions: governments and communities re-examine roles. Dave Mather 15(2)

Making rural water supply and sanitation projects sustainable. R. A. Boydell 18(1)

Managing information in the water and sanitation sector. J. Stephen Parker 13(1)

Managing seasonal man-made water resources in Botswana. Louise Fortmann 1(4)

New skills, new lives: Kerala’s women masons. Thresiamma Mathew 17(1)

People, livelihoods and decision-making in catchment management: a case study from Tanzania. Tom Franks and Frances Cleaver 20(3)

Planning and managing water projects. A Resources Guide 16(4)

Power and people: aspects of micro-hydro. Andrew Scott 10(2)

Privatization of water supplies in developing countries? Warren Pescod 3(2)

Privatizing Ghana's water sector: interested parties stakeholders. Carolyne Dennis 16(4)

Protect to survive: the case for rigorous environmental-resource management. Margaret E. Ince 13(2)

Provision for the aftermath: lessons learnt. A. Fox 19(3)

Rejuvenating the Rhine: the long road to integrated river management. Pieter Huisman, Koos Wieriks and Joost de Jong 15(4)

Rural demand management: local needs, local potential. L. Abrams and J. Warner 15(4)

Rural water supply development in the context of economic crisis and structural adjustment. Part 2. Ingvar Andersson 8(3)

Sanitary surveillance in Costa Rica's municipalities. Carmen Valiente and Stephen Pedley. 16(1)

Sitting in the hot seat: the role of the sanitation manager. A. Coad 17(3)

Six years on: what happened to the Dublin principles? Jon Lane and Julie Jarman 16(3)

Small watershed management in Thailand. Prakob Wirojanagud and Kevin Smith 8(3)

Small-town and rural water provision in Ghana. Stephen Nkansa Buabeng 16(4)

The challenges ahead: solid waste management in the next millennium. A. Cotton, M. Snel and M. Ali 17(3)

The challenges ahead: water resources management for the next millennium. Frances Cleaver and Tom Franks 16(4)

The Falaj: A traditional co-operative system of water management. Part 1. Sally Sutton 2(3)

The informal sector: what is it worth? M. Ali 17(3)

The need for an integrated approach. T. Vaishnav 12(3)

The need for champions in rural water supply. Tapio S. Katko 12(3)

The organization of small-scale irrigation in Peru. Teresa Ore 7(2)

The organization of water use in Ispacas, Peru. Patrick Mulvany 7(2)

The role of households and livelihood systems in South Asia. J. Beall 17(3)

The six elements: managing water in Central Asia. B. Gungoren and G. Regallet 17(2)

The state of water resources in Costa Rica. Yamileth Astorga Espeleta 20(1)

There’s a right way to do it: informal arrangements for local resource management in Zimbabwe. Frances Cleaver 16(4)

Towards a new philosophy on operation and maintenance. Ato Birru Ittissa 10(2)

Towards community-managed drinking-water schemes in Nepal. John R. Williamson 2(2)

Towards healthier water resources management. Redi Sloof 9(2)

Turning around an organization: institution building in Sri Lanka. M. Wickramage 15(4)

Water and the project cycle. Tom Franks 16(4)

Water as the source of community empowerment: part 1. M. Karp, L. C. Meza and S. C. De León 17(3)

Water as the sources of community empowerment: part 2. A. Karp, L. C. Meza and S. C. De León 17(4)

Watershed development. A Resources Guide 19(2)

Women’s roles: policy overview. Borjana Bulajic 17(1)

Women’s water rights. Vandana Shiva 17(1)

Marketing and promotion

A sanitation success story: the effects of demand creation in Bangladesh. Derrick O. Ikin 14(3)

Non-GOvernmental organizations

Assume nothing. A Resources Guide 18(2)

Child to child: special schooling in KwaZulu-Natal. E. Breslin, C. Madrid and A. Mkhize 17(1)

Church's role as a non-governmental organization. Keith Reynolds and Dawn Reynolds 7(4)

COFESFA: Malian women manage urban waste. A. Zaoude 17(1)

Disinfecting tube-well water: the evolution of a new technology. Richard Luff and Enamul Hoque 16(2)

Driven by need, leaning by experience. Joel Bolnick, Shawn Cuff, Ana Dizon Arif Hasam, Diana Mitlin and Perween Rahman 16(2)

Get organized: self-help and partnership in urban Pakistan. Jude Tavanyar 16(2)

Hidden benefits: linking relief and development in Kabul. Roberta Kessler 16(4)

New skills, new lives: Kerala’s women masons. Thresiamma Mathew 17(1)

Non-government organizations in the Water Decade. David Collett 2(2)

Not a numbers game: making policy for maximum impact and sustainability. Richard C. Carter, Desta Demessie and Mogus Mehari 16(3)

Partnerships in low-cost water technology. Imelda Richardson 7(4)

Rural water supply development in the context of economic crisis and structural adjustment. Part 2. Ingvar Andersson 8(3)

School sanitation and hygiene education in Mysore District. M. Kumar and M. Snel 19(2)

Selected reading on water policy and strategy. 16(3)

Six years on: what happened to the Dublin principles? Jon Lane and Julie Jarman 16(3)

Tesfish and the non-governmental organizations. Jember Teferra 7(4)

The Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council. Eirah Gorre-Dale 10(2)

Water and the project cycle. Tom Franks 16(4)

Water as the source of community empowerment: part 1. M. Karp, L. C. Meza and S. C. De León 17(3)

Water as the sources of community empowerment: part 2. A. Karp, L. C. Meza and S. C. De León 17(4)

Water policy and policy implementation. Richard C. Carter and Peter Howsam 16(3)

Water quality monitoring and NGOs. Guy Howard 16(1)

Operation and maintenance

A community-based handpump rehabilitation and maintenance programme. Birgit Madsen 8(3)

A pilot rural water surveillance project in Indonesia. Barry Lloyd and Sri Suyati 7(3)

AHJASA: ongoing management and maintenance support for Honduras' community water systems. Andrew Trevett and Omar Nunez 16(3)

Biological iron removal from well-handpump water supplies. Sean Tyrrel, Sue Gardner, Peter Howsam and Richard Carter 16(4)

Building on peace: upgrading water and sanitation technology in Mozambique. Zvidzai C.N. Zana 15(3)

Building on tradition: Zimbabwe's Shallow wells. N. Mtakwa and E. Climbunde 15(3)

Catching up upgrading Botswana's rainwater catchment. John Gould 15(3)

Challenges facing school sanitation and hygiene education from the perspective of the school teacher. M. Snel, E. Bolt and L. Postma 19(1)

Community-level management and maintenance. K.K. Munguti 7(4)

Community-managed water supply in the: new South Africa, Technology choices for: Greater expectations. M. Rall and J.de Jager 15(3)

Community-partnered procurement: a socially sensitive option. Andrew Cotton and Muhammad Sohail 16(2)

Design, operation and maintenance considerations of horizontal-flow roughing filters. T.S.A. Mbwette and M. Wegelin 8(1)

Driven by need, leaning by experience. Joel Bolnick, Shawn Cuff, Ana Dizon Arif Hasam, Diana Mitlin and Perween Rahman 16(2)

Emptying a full pit latrine. Technical Brief 54 16(2)

Handpump maintenance in Zimbabwe. Ngoni R. Mudege 11(4)

Innovative emptying: improving slum sanitation in Kibera. Madeleen Wegelin-Schunnga, J. Kitonga, and T. Kodo 14(3)

Learning by breaking: how wells evolved in Côte d’Ivoire. A. Henry 18(2)

Maintaining handpumped wells in Tanzania. M.B.E. Mtunzi and Nicholas Lombardi 11(4)

Maintaining handpumps. Technical Brief 33 11(1)

Maintenance of rural water supplies in Zimbabwe. Frances Cleaver 9(4)

Maintenance the key to handpump survival. Peter Morgan 11(4)

Malawi: clean water for the rural poor (Part II – construction and maintenance) J. Gus Liebenow 3(1)

MAPET: an appropriate latrine-emptying technology. Maria S. Muller and Jaap Rijnsburger 13(1)

Mechanisms for sustainability in a supply-driven environment. P. Iyer 18(1)

One-tier system: the Tilonia approach to handpump maintenance. Sanjit Roy 2(3)

On-plot sanitation. Technical Brief 18(1)

Operational lessons from a sanitation programme in Kerala. Kathleen Shordt and K. Balachandra Kurup 14(3)

Post-war restructuring: decentralizing Nicaragua’s rural O&M. H. Lockwood 18(2)

Rural water supply systems: an alien body for the public good – case study of Indonesia, 1999-2000. P. Minnigh and M. Moeliono 19(3)

Sanitary surveillance in Costa Rica's municipalities. Carmen Valiente and Stephen Pedley. 16(1)

Seeing (but not smelling) is believing: Kerala's compost toilet. Paul Calvert 15(3)

Sitting in the hot seat: the role of the sanitation manager. A. Coad 17(3)

The ‘Atakwa’ incubator for bacteriological testing. Richard Brown, Tom P. Curtis and Andrew Metcalfe 20(4)

The challenges ahead: solid waste management in the next millennium. A. Cotton, M. Snel and M. Ali 17(3)

The Falaj: Modern problems and some possible solutions. J.S. Birks 2(4)

The people's machinery local democracy and development in Andhra Pradesh. S. Paramasivan 15(2)

The siwil pipe-lifting device. Sibanda Zanamwe and Willem van Harderwijk 12(3)

The six elements: managing water in Central Asia. B. Gungoren and G. Regallet 17(2)

The spring-box solution: choosing the right water-supply technology for Southern KwaZulu Natal. Antony Lenehan 15(2)

Towards a new philosophy on operation and maintenance. Ato Birru Ittissa 10(2)

Training in specific maintenance skills. Ken Batty 6(2)

Upgrading traditional wells in north-west Namibia. Alex Bor 15(3)

Water source selection. Technical Brief 55 16(3)

Water supply and quality issues in Central and Eastern Europe and the Newly for Independent States. Jamie Bartram and Jens Jacob 16(1)

Whose water supply? Costs, management and maintenance in Southern Africa. Paul Taylor 15(3)

Working towards village-based handpump maintenance: UNICEF's approach in India. Kenneth D. Gray 3(1)

Planning and design

A woman’s place is in…watershed development. J. Seeley, M. Sarin and M. Batra 19(2)

Achieving success in community water supply and sanitation projects. Charles Chandler 5(2)

Appropriate technology for water supply. Peter Stern 3(4)

Assumptions and realities in water and sanitation programmes. R. Carter, S. Tyrrel and P. Howsam 18(2)

Basic water and sanitation technology for planning and designing projects. A beginners guide to 17(2)

Building institutional capacity for sanitation. Kathleen Shordt and Marielle Snel 20(3)

Building on peace: upgrading water and sanitation technology in Mozambique. Zvidzai C.N. Zana 15(3)

Capacity building: Beyond the 'Project' approach. Guy Alaerts, Frank Hartvelt and Jeroen Warner 15(4)

Choosing an appropriate technology. Technical Brief 49 15(1)

Church's role as a non-governmental organization. Keith Reynolds and Dawn Reynolds 7(4)

Communication and health education planning for sanitation programmes. John Hubley 5(3)

Community-partnered procurement: a socially sensitive option. Andrew Cotton and Muhammad Sohail 16(2)

Cost-effective systems for solid waste management. M. Coffey 17(3)

Data collection for the design of water and sanitation projects in Belize. Dan Campbell 6(3)

Defluoridation of water supplies. T.K. Tjiook 2(1)

Design, operation and maintenance considerations of horizontal-flow roughing filters. T.S.A. Mbwette and M. Wegelin 8(1)

Designing simple pipelines. Technical Brief 29 10(1)

Discharge measurements and estimates. Technical Brief 27 9(3)

Domestic water consumption in rural Guatemala. M. Trigg 18(2)

Drinking-water quality monitoring and surveillance. Mukundan Sugunan Pillay, Mustafa I. Selim and Debbie Siru 13(2)

Emptying a full pit latrine. Technical Brief 54 16(2)

Engineers and urban malaria: part of the solution or part of the problem? Pete Kolsky 16(2)

Environmental aspects of dam and reservoir projects: the World Bank's new policy. Robert Goodland 8(4)

Environmental management plans for the communities of Lucknow. Shaleen Singhal and Amit Kapur 20(4)

Environmentally sound irrigation projects. Linden Vincent 8(4)

Flood control and urban drainage management in Brazil. Carlos Tucci 20(4)

GARNET: making the most of research. Dan Campbell 11(2)

Get organized: self-help and partnership in urban Pakistan. Jude Tavanyar 16(2)

Good hardware + appropriate software = successful implementation. John Pickford 2(3)

Greater expectations: technology choices for community-managed water supply in the new South Africa. M. Rall, J. de Jager 15(3)

Haiti adopts Low-cost solutions to its water problems. David Kinley 4(3)

How not to grow mosquitoes in African towns. Jo Lines 20(4)

Institutional and human resource development. J.H. Austin, H. Ottersletter and F. Rosensweig 5(4)

Introducing appropriate technologies step by step. Simon Batchelor 3(3)

Kenya’s National Environmental Action Plan. Samuel K Mutiso 13(2)

Lesotho makes strides in rural water supplies. Adrian Clark 1(2)

Linking strategy and practice in urban sanitation provision. K. Taylor and J. Parkinson 19(1)

Malawi: clean water for the rural poor (Part 1). J. Gus Liebenow 2(3)

Map of a small world: developing a latrine programme mapping tool in Guinea. Jill McLaren 15(1)

More than just technical skills required. T. Hayward 19(3)

Partnerships in low-cost water technology. Imelda Richardson 7(4)

Planning and managing water projects. A Resources Guide 16(4)

Planning for the long term in Cambodia. Bashir Sakhawarz 13(1)

Planning intensive training courses. Fred Rosensweig 3(1)

Planning self-sustaining programmes for sanitation in Lesotho. Phil Evans 6(2)

Planning small-scale irrigation schemes. Harry Underhill 12(1)

Sanitation in Colombia's low-income settlements: selection, implementation, and evaluation. I. R. Tarquino, M. E. Ince 13(2)

Simple measures make all the difference. T. Gould 19(3)

Six years on: what happened to the Dublin principles? Jon Lane and Julie Jarman 16(3)

Small steps count: building on traditional methods for rural water supply. Peter Morgan 15(3)

Small-town and rural water provision in Ghana. Stephen Nkansa Buabeng 16(4)

Some for all? Nick King 11(3)

Sustainable water and sanitation projects. Charles Kerr 8(4)

Swapping information in high places: sanitation decisions in Ethiopia. S. Bradley 12(4)

The demystification of planning water supplies. David Drucker 3(3)

The rationality factor: choosing water sources according to water uses. A. Almedom and C. Odhiambo 13(2)

The role of households and livelihood systems in South Asia. J. Beall 17(3)

Turning around an organization: institution building in Sri Lanka. M. Wickramage 15(4)

Urban drainage in developing countries – challenges and opportunities. Jonathan Parkinson

Waiting for a swim – handling wastewater in Asia. Ole Mark, Nguyen Quang Hung and Anne Birgitte Helwigh 20(4)

Water and sanitation interventions: the need for a more integrated approach? S. Lewin, C. Stephens and C. Hunt 17(4)

Water and the project cycle. Tom Franks 16(4)

Water in Liberia: how war affects policy formulation and implementation. Karen Cleaver Thompson and Josephine Crawshaw 16(3)

Water policy and policy implementation. Richard C. Carter and Peter Howsam 16(3)

Water source selection. Technical Brief 55 16(3)

Water supply in Tanzania. Allen Armstrong 7(2)

Water: quality or quantity? Technical Brief 52 15(4)

Why TOOL changed to small-scale projects. Gert van der Bijl and Marc Hofstra 4(3)

Women’s roles: policy overview. Borjana Bulajic 17(1)

Zambian water project. Brian Mathew 7(2)

Policy

A voice in policy and practice: advocacy in the water and sanitation sector. B. U. Calaguas 18(4)

Building institutional capacity for sanitation. Kathleen Shordt and Marielle Snel 20(3)

Community-partnered procurement: a socially sensitive option. Andrew Cotton and Muhammad Sohail 16(2)

In the light of experience: water policy and use in Uganda. George Bagamuhunda and Gilbert Kimanzi 16(3)

Integration of the formal and informal sector: waste disposal in Hyderabad, India. M. Snel 17(3)

International Conference on Water and the Environment. 10(4)

Lost in the triangle of thirst. D. Van Damme 18(4)

Not a numbers game: making policy for maximum impact and sustainability. Richard C. Carter, Desta Demessie and Mogus Mehari 16(3)

Nova União Village, Brazil: the impact of a new water supply. H. Kloos, A. Gazzinelli and R. Correa Oliveria 19(4)

Regional visions: the basis for collective strength and local action. S. Annamraju 18(4)

Report of the Conference: working group recommendations. 10(4)

School sanitation and hygiene promotion for effective learning. M. Snel and K. Shordt 19(4)

Selected reading on water policy and strategy. 16(3)

Simplest is not always best: physical and climatic constraints to community water supply in Zimbabwe. P. Moriarty and C. Lovell 19(2)

Six years on: what happened to the Dublin principles? Jon Lane and Julie Jarman 16(3)

The challenges ahead: solid waste management in the next millennium. A. Cotton, M. Snel and M. Ali 17(3)

The Dublin Statement. 10(4)

The informal sector: what is it worth? M. Ali 17(3)

The Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council. Eirah Gorre-Dale 10(2)

Water and health for all? Chiranjiv Singh 10(1)

Water in Liberia: how war affects policy formulation and implementation. Karen Cleaver Thompson and Josephine Crawshaw 16(3)

Water law and the right to a basic water supply. Peter Howsam 16(3)

Water policy and policy implementation. Richard C. Carter and Peter Howsam 16(3)

Water security in the 21st century: report back from the 2nd World Water Forum & Ministerial Conference. B. U. Calaguas 18(4)

Water supply and quality issues in Central and Eastern Europe and the Newly for Independent States. Jamie Bartram and Jens Jacob 16(1)

Watershed development: the current status in India. S. P. Tucker 19(2)

What is so different about Vision 21. R. Jolly 18(4)

Women’s roles: policy overview. Borjana Bulajic 17(1)

Women’s water rights. Vandana Shiva 17(1)

Pollution and environment

A win-win option: joint management of the West Bank’s aquifers. Eran Feitelson 15(4)

Accentuate the positive: promoting behaviour change in Lucknow's slums. Valarie Curtis, Prabhakar Sinha and Shyamoli Singh 16(2)

Biological assessment of water quality: simple methods and guidelines. Dirk Van Damme 20 (1)

Buried and submerged tanks. Technical Brief 56 16(4)

Community sanitation in Yoff, Senegal. C. Bockman Weisburd 19(1)

Cost-effective systems for solid waste management. M. Coffey 17(3)

Effective environmental education: constraints and prerequisites. K. Krishna Mohan and D.L. Saywell 13(2)

Environmental management plans for the communities of Lucknow. Shaleen Singhal and Amit Kapur 20(4)

Health managing in the city. A Resources Guide 16(2)

Integration of the formal and informal sector: waste disposal in Hyderabad, India. M. Snel 17(3)

Kenya’s National Environmental Action Plan. Samuel K Mutiso 13(2)

No room for complacency: water-pollution control in Zimbabwe. S. Mtetwa 14(1)

On-site sanitation and groundwater: the art of balancing unknown risks? G. Howard 17(4)

On-site sanitation and urban aquifer systems in Uganda. M. Barrett, M. Nalubega, S. Pedley 17(4)

Painless extraction? Mining andwater-resource protection. Oliver Carr 14(1)

Pit latrines: a source of contamination in peri-urban Dhaka? D. Macdonald, K. M. Ahmed, M. S. Islam, A. Lawrence and Z. Z. Khandker 17(4)

Pollution control and water-resource protection. Guy Howard 14(1)

Pollution from on-site sanitation: the risks? – What risks? D. Saywell 17(4)

Protect to survive: the case for rigorous environmental-resource management. Margaret E. Ince 13(2)

Rejuvenating the Rhine: the long road to integrated river management. Pieter Huisman, Koos Wieriks and Joost de Jong 15(4)

Sanitary surveillance in Costa Rica's municipalities. Carmen Valiente and Stephen Pedley. 16(1)

Sanitary surveying. Technical Brief 50 15(2)

Sitting in the hot seat: the role of the sanitation manager. A. Coad 17(3)

Sustainable water-pollution control technology in South: issues and options. Kenneth O. Iwugo 14(1)

The challenges ahead: solid waste management in the next millennium. A. Cotton, M. Snel and M. Ali 17(3)

The challenges ahead: water resources management for the next millennium. Frances Cleaver and Tom Franks 16(4)

The informal sector: what is it worth? M. Ali 17(3)

The role of households and livelihood systems in South Asia. J. Beall 17(3)

To spray or not to spray? H. Dobson 17(2)

Urban drainage in developing countries – challenges and opportunities. Jonathan Parkinson

Urban environmental health: fitting the pieces together. Pete Kolsky 16(2)

Using biotic Indicators to assess water quality in Peru. Marlene Guerrero and Barry Lloyd 10(3)

Waiting for a swim – handling wastewater in Asia. Ole Mark, Nguyen Quang Hung and Anne Birgitte Helwigh 20(4)

Water and sanitation interventions: the need for a more integrated approach? S. Lewin, C. Stephens and C. Hunt 17(4)

Water pollution and control measures in Liaoning Province. Che Xianxin and Bai Yongjiu 10(1)

Water reuse by a natural filtration system in a Vietnamese rural community. S. Takizawa 19(4)

Water supply and quality issues in Central and Eastern Europe and the Newly for Independent States. Jamie Bartram and Jens Jacob 16(1)

Where there is no training: pollution-risk assessment by field staff. Guy Howard and Alice Simonds 14(1)

Women’s water rights. Vandana Shiva 17(1)

Pumps

A community-based handpump rehabilitation and maintenance programme. Birgit Madsen 8(3)

A few buckets more: reducing sand-invasion and siltation in Angola. M. Osola 17(2)

A handpump for Africa: the Afridev experience. Michael Wood 11(4)

An appropriate water system for San Raphael. Mark McPeak 5(4)

Axial-flow propeller pump for small rice farms and fishponds. R.G. Stickney and G.C. Salaza 8(2)

Biological iron removal from well-handpump water supplies. Sean Tyrrel, Sue Gardner, Peter Howsam and Richard Carter 16(4)

Blair Laboratory's contributions to the Water Decade. Peter Morgan and Harry McPherson 4(1)

Building and tuning the ITDG automatic hydraulic ram. Ian Gordon and Alex Anderson 5(4)

Chinese water turbine pump. Chen Lunzhang 5(3)

Designing a spiral pump for irrigation. L.C.A. Naegel, J.G. Real and A.M. Mazaredo 10(2)

Disinfecting tube-well water: the evolution of a new technology. Richard Luff and Enamul Hoque 16(2)

Drilling and pump replacement incentive in Uganda. C.P. Dodge, J.D. Skoda, T. Ekvall and A. Espie 5(2)

Further development of the inclined coil pump. David J. Hilton 8(2)

Greater expectations: technology choices for community-managed water supply in the new South Africa. M. Rall, J. de Jager 15(3)

Haiti adopts Low-cost solutions to its water problems. David Kinley 4(3)

Handpump maintenance in Zimbabwe. Ngoni R. Mudege 11(4)

Handpump standardization in Cambodia. Bent Kjellerup and Jeremy Ockelford 12(1)

Handpumps in rural Morocco. William Lynch 3(1)

Handpumps in the Himalayas for the first time. D.G.T. Rees 11(4)

Handpumps. Technical Brief 13 6(1)

How the rope pump won in Nicaragua. H. Alberts, R. Meza, D. Solis, and M. Rodriguez 12(2)

Inclined coil pump. David J. Hilton 5(1)

Innovations from the field. Kimberly Clarke and Charles Kerr 12(2)

Low-lift irrigation pumps. Technical Brief 35 11(3)

Maintaining handpumped wells in Tanzania. M.B.E. Mtunzi and Nicholas Lombardi 11(4)

Maintaining handpumps. Technical Brief 33 11(1)

Maintenance of rural water supplies in Zimbabwe. Frances Cleaver 9(4)

Maintenance the key to handpump survival. Peter Morgan 11(4)

Malaysian villagers comment on simple plastic handpump. Gob Sing Yau and Low Kwai Sim 3(2)

Mobile workshop for installing handpumps in Morocco. William Lynch 5(1)

Not a numbers game: making policy for maximum impact and sustainability. Richard C. Carter, Desta Demessie and Mogus Mehari 16(3)

Not just a good idea: marketing Bangladesh's rower pump. Harold Harder 13(3)

Off-set handpumps: a cost-effective method to protect drinking water in rural villages. Daniel Jenkins 2(4)

One-tier system: the Tilonia approach to handpump maintenance. Sanjit Roy 2(3)

Photovoltaic water pumping: an update. Bernard McNelis 6(1)

Pipe dream or pump dream? Anthony Waterkeyn 11(4)

Singida Project: new hope for a poor region. Allen Armstrong 5(3)

Small-scale private involvement in water supply provision in Tanzania. V. J. Boydell 18(1)

Solar pumps: a ray of hope in Somalia. 1(3)

Steam-driven coil pump. Morton Reimer 4(1)

Testing handpumps for community water supply. John Reynolds 6(1)

The Handpump phenomenon. Peter Morgan 8(2)

The Indian Mark II handpump. George Baldwin 1(4)

The NDUME turbo-pump: a user experience. T.B. Muckle 10(4)

The Nicaraguan rope pump. P. Sandiford, H. Alberts, J. G. Orozco, and A. Gorter 11(3)

The people's machinery local democracy and development in Andhra Pradesh. S. Paramasivan 15(2)

The rebirth of the hydraulic ram pump. Iain Mathewson 12(2)

The rope pump in Bolivia. T. Evans 12(2)

The spring-box solution: choosing the right water-supply technology for Southern KwaZulu Natal. Antony Lenehan 15(2)

Treadle pumps: the Cambodian experience. Simon Batchelor 14(4)

Turning sunshine into water: PV water pumping in South Africa. Richard Gosnell 10(4)

VLOM pumps. Technical Brief 41 13(1)

Water in Liberia: how war affects policy formulation and implementation. Karen Cleaver Thompson and Josephine Crawshaw 16(3)

Water quality monitoring and NGOs. Guy Howard 16(1)

Whose water supply? Costs, management and maintenance in Southern Africa. Paul Taylor 15(3)

Why TOOL changed to small-scale projects. Gert van der Bijl and Marc Hofstra 4(3)

Windpumps bring water to the Turkana Desert. Vivien Abbott 1(2)

Women handpump mechanics in Kenya. Lane Hoffman 11(2)

Wood: a local option for handpump bearings. N. Danhof and M. Gielen 12(2)

Working towards village-based handpump maintenance: UNICEF's approach in India. Kenneth D. Gray 3(1)

World Bank's handpumps testing programme. S. Arlosoroff 1(3)

Zimbabwe bush pump. Peter Morgan 8(2)

Zimbabwe's user-friendly bush pump. Peter Morgan 14(2)

Sanitation

A demonstration sanitation project in the Gambia. D.M.B. Jagne 3(4)

A method for constructing a floor slab on site. John Ashworth 3(3)

A new approach to sanitation in Palestine. G. de Bruijne 19(1)

A permeable lining for seepage pits. R.F. Carroll and G.J. Ashall 8(1)

A sanitation revolution in Bangladesh? Bjorn Brandberg 11(4)

A sanitation success story: the effects of demand creation in Bangladesh. Derrick O. Ikin 14(3)

Accentuate the positive: promoting behaviour change in Lucknow's slums. Valarie Curtis, Prabhakar Sinha and Shyamoli Singh 16(2)

Always room for improvement? Interagencyinter-agency guidelines for M&E. Tom de Veer 15(1)

An introduction to pit latrines. Technical Brief 2 3(2)

Appropriate latrines. Geoffrey Read 1(1)

Assessing a VIP latrine construction training course. Marianne Symons 10(4)

Assume nothing. A Resources Guide 18(2)

Assumptions and realities in water and sanitation programmes. R. Carter, S. Tyrrel and P. Howsam 18(2)

Banking on the poor: microfinancing South Africa's water supply and sanitation. Frank Hartvelt and Anton B. Deiters 15(4)

Better sanitation to beat mosquito breeding. 5(1)

Building institutional capacity for sanitation. Kathleen Shordt and Marielle Snel 20(3)

Building on peace: upgrading water and sanitation technology in Mozambique. Zvidzai C.N. Zana 15(3)

Challenges facing school sanitation and hygiene education from the perspective of the school teacher. M. Snel, E. Bolt and L. Postma 19(1)

Child to child: special schooling in KwaZulu-Natal. E. Breslin, C. Madrid and A. Mkhize 17(1)

Choosing a waterseal latrine. Technical Brief 6 4(2)

Communication and health education planning for sanitation programmes. John Hubley 5(3)

Communications for low-cost sanitation in Zimbabwe. Sue Laver 4(4)

Community sanitation in Yoff, Senegal. C. Bockman Weisburd 19(1)

Co-ordinating a national sanitation programme the Lesotho way. Isabel Blackett 6(3)

Depend or survive: sanitation and hygiene promotion in the Aral Sea disaster zone. F. Haupt 18(1)

Developing appropriate technologies in Peru. Steve Maber 7(2)

Developing toilet designs for the Maldives. Deepa Narayan-Parker 4(2)

Development of the Blair VIP Latrine. Brian MacGarry 1(4)

Driven by need, leaning by experience. Joel Bolnick, Shawn Cuff, Ana Dizon Arif Hasam, Diana Mitlin and Perween Rahman 16(2)

Dry latrines. Technical Brief 9 5(1)

Dwarf septic tank developed in India. Gyan Sagar 2(1)

Emptying a full pit latrine. Technical Brief 54 16(2)

Get organized: self-help and partnership in urban Pakistan. Jude Tavanyar 16(2)

Goals for the future: mapping out the route to a ‘clean and healthy world’. B. Appleton 18(4)

Guide to sanitation selection. Technical Brief 23 8(3)

Health aspects of water and sanitation. Sandy Cairncross 7(1)

Health, water and sanitation 1. Technical Brief 17 7(1)

Health, water and sanitation 2. Technical Brief 19 7(3)

Improved sanitation using the Sanplat System. Bjorn Brandberg 12(4)

Improvements to the VIP Latrine in Tanzania. R.A. Boydell 1(4)

Improving conditions of workers on tea estates. Sue Eckstein 3(4)

Innovative emptying: improving slum sanitation in Kibera. Madeleen Wegelin-Schunnga, J. Kitonga, and T. Kodo 14(3)

Latrine vent-pipes. Technical Brief 31 10(3)

Linking strategy and practice in urban sanitation provision. K. Taylor and J. Parkinson 19(1)

Low-cost sanitation in a squatter town. Sami Mustafa 4(1)

Low-cost sanitation in Mozambique. Hilda Paqui 7(1)

Low-cost techniques for improving latrines in a demonstration village in Uganda. Helen Causer 11(3)

Low-cost unconventional sewerage. Marcus Vines and Bob Reed 9(1)

Making VIP latrines succeed. Richard N. Middleton 13(4)

Map of a small world: developing a latrine programme mapping tool in Guinea. Jill McLaren 15(1)

More than navel-gazing: guidelines for emergency sanitation and water-supply programmes. John Adams 15(1)

New skills, new lives: Kerala’s women masons. Thresiamma Mathew 17(1)

Once there was a pit latrine. Maggie Black 1(1)

On-plot sanitation. Technical Brief 18(1)

On-site sanitation and groundwater quality. A Resources Guide 17(4)

On-site sanitation and groundwater: the art of balancing unknown risks? G. Howard 17(4)

On-site sanitation and urban aquifer systems in Uganda. M. Barrett, M. Nalubega, S. Pedley 17(4)

Operational lessons from a sanitation programme in Kerala. Kathleen Shordt and K. Balachandra Kurup 14(3)

People are at the heart of sanitation. Dick de Jong 14(3)

Pit latrines in Nepal: the refugee dimension. Jonathan Puddifoot 14(2)

Pit latrines: a source of contamination in peri-urban Dhaka? D. Macdonald, K. M. Ahmed, M. S. Islam, A. Lawrence and Z. Z. Khandker 17(4)

Planning and managing water projects. A Resources Guide 16(4)

Planning self-sustaining programmes for sanitation in Lesotho. Phil Evans 6(2)

Pollution from on-site sanitation: the risks? – What risks? D. Saywell 17(4)

Pour-flush toilets and waste stabilization ponds in a refugee camp. Leo Glensvig and Dorte Glensvig 8(1)

Privacy and the pit privy: technology or technique? Ken Gibbs 3(1)

Public and communal latrines. Technical Brief 28 9(4)

Rabat Accord spearheads sanitation drive for the world's poor. 12(3)

Remember gender: it makes a difference. J. Francis, C. van Wijk and D. de Jong 18(4)

Rethinking the unthinkable: effective excreta disposal in emergency situations. Jim Howard 15(1)

Rural sanitation and development. John Pickford 6(3)

Sanitary investigations as a sanitation monitoring tool. M. D. Smith and Samar M. Husary 19(3)

Sanitation for rural housing in Sri Lanka. Andrew Cotton and Richard Franceys 5(3)

Sanitation in Colombia's low-income settlements: selection, implementation, and evaluation. I. R. Tarquino, M. E. Ince 13(2)

Sanitation training in Nepal. Vanessa Tobin 4(2)

School sanitation and hygiene education in Mysore District. M. Kumar and M. Snel 19(2)

School sanitation and hygiene promotion for effective learning. M. Snel and K. Shordt 19(4)

School sanitation in Lesotho. Virginia Dlangamandla 4(1)

Seeing (but not smelling) is believing: Kerala's compost toilet. Paul Calvert 15(3)

Septic tanks and aquaprivies. Technical Brief 12 5(4)

Sewerage for low-income communities in Pakistan. Kevin Tayler 9(1)

Sewerage. Technical Brief 16 6(4)

Sitting in the hot seat: the role of the sanitation manager. A. Coad 17(3)

Strategic sanitation planning: it’s all very well, but… J. Colin and C. Brocklehurst 19(1)

The people's machinery local democracy and development in Andhra Pradesh. S. Paramasivan 15(2)

The performance of aquaptivies in Thai refugee camps. Robin J. Biellik and Peggy Henderson 3(1)

Training in low-cost water supply and sanitation: an Indonesian experience. Juli Soemirat Slamet 9(4)

Training women to build ferrocement water tanks and latrines. Sue Fleming 5(1)

Urban environmental health: fitting the pieces together. Pete Kolsky 16(2)

Urban sanitation. A Resources Guide 19(1)

Urban sullage in developing countries. John Ashworth 1(2)

Urgent urban water and waste problems. John Pickford 9(1)

Using local organizations to design low-cost sanitation systems in Pakistan. Nadeem Afzal 20(4)

Village-level sanitation programmes in Zimbabwe. Peter Morgan 6(3)

VIP latrines: are they always the best alternative? Patrick Goss 11(1)

Wastewater treatment options. Technical Brief 18(4)

Water and sanitation in emergencies. A Resources Guide 19(3)

Water and sanitation in the South Pacific. Tony Marjoram 2(1)

Water and sanitation interventions: the need for a more integrated approach? S. Lewin, C. Stephens and C. Hunt 17(4)

Water in Liberia: how war affects policy formulation and implementation. Karen Cleaver Thompson and Josephine Crawshaw 16(3)

Water, sanitation and hygiene understanding. Technical Brief 51 15(3)

Why pit latrines fail: some environmental factors. Robert Reed 13(2)

Why should a latrine look like a house? Bjorn Brandberg 3(3)

World Water Vision and Vision 21. A Resources Guide 18(4)

Yardsticks for cleanliness? Indicators for sanitation. A. Almedom and A. Chattejee 13(3)

Storage

A hygiene intervention study in rural north-east Thailand. John Pinfold, John Hubley and Duncan Mara 10(1)

A simplified method for designing elevated water storage tanks. John Briscoe 2(3)

Above-ground rainwater storage. Technical Brief 14 6(2)

An appropriate water system for San Raphael. Mark McPeak 5(4)

Bamboo cement tanks bring water closer to home. 1(1)

Building a Thai jumbo water jar using a brick form. Brian Latham 3(2)

Buried and submerged tanks. Technical Brief 56 16(4)

Catching up upgrading Botswana's rainwater catchment. John Gould 15(3)

Disinfecting tube-well water: the evolution of a new technology. Richard Luff and Enamul Hoque 16(2)

Engineers and urban malaria: part of the solution or part of the problem? Pete Kolsky 16(2)

Environmental aspects of dam and reservoir projects: the World Bank's new policy. Robert Goodland 8(4)

Ferrocment water tanks. Technical Brief 36 11(4)

Fourth Rainwater Cistern Systems Conference. John Gould 8(2)

Ground catchment ferrocement water tank. UNICEF East Africa Office 5(2)

Household water storage. Technical Brief 1 3(1)

Improved traditional clay water jars. Samia Al Azharia Jahn and Abdallah Hussain Omar 4(1)

Jars and tanks for rainwater storage in rural Thailand. Prakob Wirojanagud and Vason Vanvarothorn 8(3)

Lime: the great sealer – low-cost constructing sub-surface rainwater tanks in Brazil. Joao Gnadlinger 14(2)

Making every drop count. Oliver Cumberlege 11(3)

Managing seasonal man-made water resources in Botswana. Louise Fortmann 1(4)

Progress with ferrocement tanks in Papua New Guinea. Steve Layton 3(2)

Promoting villager participation in water-tank construction. Tavatchai Traitongyoo 5(4)

Rainwater Cistern Systems Conference in Thailand. John Gould 6(2)

Rainwater harvesting and storage techniques from Bangladesh. M.D. Hussain and A.T.M. Ziauddin 10(3)

Rehabilitation of hafirs in Sudan. Cole P. Dodge and Maden Zelenika 6(1)

Sanitation and the seven Ps: problems, promises, principles, people, politics, professionalism - and potties. Mayling Simpson-Hebert 14(3)

Schoolchildren help solve sanitation problems in Tanzania. Eben Mwasha 14(3)

Simple weirs for diverting water. Tim Stephens 4(4)

Soil-cement water tanks for Brazil. A.C. Sleigh, T.W. Orr, and T. Silva de Oliveira 5(1)

The plastic revolution? S. Sutton 19(2)

The spring-box solution: choosing the right water-supply technology for Southern KwaZulu Natal. Antony Lenehan 15(2)

Training women to build ferrocement water tanks and latrines. Sue Fleming 5(1)

Urban environmental health: fitting the pieces together. Pete Kolsky 16(2)

Using gabions to reinforce a weir. Dai Gwynne 5(3)

Water from rocks. Erik Nissen-Petersen 3(3)

Water from sand. Erik Nissen-Petersen 4(3)

Surface drainage

Environmental management plans for the communities of Lucknow. Shaleen Singhal and Amit Kapur 20(4)

Flood control and urban drainage management in Brazil. Carlos Tucci 20(4)

How not to grow mosquitoes in African towns. Jo Lines 20(4)

Surface water drainage: how evaluation can improve performance. Technical Brief 17(1)

Urban drainage in developing countries – challenges and opportunities. Jonathan Parkinson

Using local organizations to design low-cost sanitation systems in Pakistan. Nadeem Afzal 20(4)

Waiting for a swim – handling wastewater in Asia. Ole Mark, Nguyen Quang Hung and Anne Birgitte Helwigh 20(4)

Transport and distribution

An appropriate water system for San Raphael. Mark McPeak 5(4)

Bamboo water pipes. T.N. Lipangile 3(4)

Cost-effective systems for solid waste management. M. Coffey 17(3)

Designing simple pipelines. Technical Brief 29 10(1)

Doing the donkey work. Val Curtis 4(2)

Emergency water supply in cold regions. Technical Brief 18(2)

Groundwater dams. Technical Brief 24 8(4)

Improved piped water supplies in Peru. Barry Lloyd, Mauricio Pardon and Jamie Bartram 7(3)

Malawi: clean water for the rural poor (Part 1). J. Gus Liebenow 2(3)

Malawi: clean water for the rural poor (Part II – construction and maintenance) J. Gus Liebenow 3(1)

Peer education without pressure: spreading hygiene messages in Burkina Faso. Marjolein Dieleman and San Traoré 16(1)

Public standposts. Technical Brief 26 9(1)

Standpipe planning for the Sudanese urban poor. Jim Antoniou 1(1)

Taking the strain: the ergonomics of water carrying. Ben Page 14(3)

The plastic revolution? S. Sutton 19(2)

The role of small-scale independent water providers in urban areas. Mike Albu and Cyrus Njiru 20(3)

The water cycle. Technical Brief 7 4(3)

Water from sand. Erik Nissen-Petersen 4(3)

Water: quality or quantity? Technical Brief 52 15(4)

Tube-wells

An improved break-pressure tank for rural water supply. James Narkevic 11(2)

Geophysics – taking the magic out of black boxes. Alan MacDonald 20(2)

Groundwater – potential but not panacea. Richard Carter and Sean F. Tyrrel 20(2)

Low-cost water-well drilling in Africa. Richard Carter, Kerstin Danert, Peter Ball, Ronnie Rwamwanja and Jamil Ssebalu 20(2)

On-site sanitation and urban aquifer systems in Uganda. M. Barrett, M. Nalubega, S. Pedley 17(4)

Pit latrines: a source of contamination in peri-urban Dhaka? D. Macdonald, K. M. Ahmed, M. S. Islam, A. Lawrence and Z. Z. Khandker 17(4)

Small diameter tube-wells, the use of sludging and well-pointing techniques to sink. G. Whiteside and S. Trace 11(3)

Weathered rock aquifers: vital but poorly developed. Richard Taylor 20(2)

Wastewater

Drainage. Technical Brief 32 10(4)

Emptying a full pit latrine. Technical Brief 54 16(2)

Natural wastewater treatment to stimulate the local economy. Siemen Veenstra, Peter van der Steen and Huub Gijzen 20(1)

Pour-flush toilets and waste stabilization ponds in a refugee camp. Leo Glensvig and Dorte Glensvig 8(1)

Sewage reclamation meets industrial water demands of Chennai. K. Joseph and C. Visvanathan 19(4)

Sewerage. Technical Brief 16 6(4)

The re-use of wastewater. Technical Brief 37 12(1)

Training in wastewater reuse techniques. K. Vairavamoorthy, V. Jothiprakash and S. Krishamoorthi 19(4)

Urban drainage in developing countries – challenges and opportunities. Jonathan Parkinson

Waiting for a swim – handling wastewater in Asia. Ole Mark, Nguyen Quang Hung and Anne Birgitte Helwigh 20(4)

Waste stabilization pond design. Jeremy Lumbers and Bob Andoh 3(4)

Waste stablization ponds in Tanzania. Michael Yhdego 8(1)

Wastewater treatment options. Technical Brief 18(4)

Water reuse. A Resources Guide 19(4)

Water harvesting

A lifeblood transfusion: Gansu's new rainwater catchment systems. Qiang Zhu and Fuxue Wu 14(2)

A participatory approach to watershed development programmes: understanding constraints and exploring solutions. Y. V. Malla Reddy 19(2)

A woman’s place is in…watershed development. J. Seeley, M. Sarin and M. Batra 19(2)

Always the bridesmaid? Rainwater catchment systems in the spotlight. John Gould 14(2)

Atmospheric water vapour processing. Roland Wahlgren 12(2)

Farming with run-off: a weapon against drought? Arnold Pacey and Adrian Cullis 4(4)

Fog on the brine: fog-catching systems for arid lands. C. Pinche and L. Ruiz 14(4)

Goals for the future: mapping out the route to a ‘clean and healthy world’. B. Appleton 18(4)

Ground catchment ferrocement water tank. UNICEF East Africa Office 5(2)

Harvesting rainwater using a simple catchment surface. Karen Iles 7(4)

Harvests of rain. Israel Berkovitch 1(1)

Rainwater catchment systems in Botswana: past, present and future. John Gould 2(4)

Rainwater catchment systems. A beginners guide to 17(3)

Rainwater catchment systems: reflections and prospects. J. Gould 18(3)

Rainwater harvesting and storage techniques from Bangladesh. M.D. Hussain and A.T.M. Ziauddin 10(3)

Rainwater harvesting for survival and development. Z. Qiang and L. Yuanhong 18(3)

Rainwater harvesting. A Resources Guide 18(3)

Rainwater harvesting. Technical Brief 11 5(3)

Rainwater utilization for sustainable development in north China. Haisheng Mou 14(2)

Rainwater utilization in rural Fiji. L. Mourits 14(2)

Reaching the watershed. C. Batchelor 19(2)

Recent developments in rainwater catchment systems. John Gould 11(1)

Simplest is not always best: physical and climatic constraints to community water supply in Zimbabwe. P. Moriarty and C. Lovell 19(2)

Social dimensions of harvesting rainwater in Turkana. Paula Park 4(4)

Water and sanitation in the South Pacific. Tony Marjoram 2(1)

Water from fog-covered mountains. Robert S. Schemenauer and Pilar Cereceda 10(4)

Water from rocks. Erik Nissen-Petersen 3(3)

Water harvesting in India. Derek Ray 4(4)

Water resources and development of RWH in Sri Lanka. R. de S. Ariyabandu, T. Ariyananda and D. Haugoda 18(3)

Water source selection. Technical Brief 55 16(3)

Watershed development. A Resources Guide 19(2)

Watershed development: the current status in India. S. P. Tucker 19(2)

Where is roofwater harvesting going? T. Thomas 18(3)

Work that water! Hydroponics made easy. D. Midmore and W. Deng-lin 17(4)

Water quality

A hygiene intervention study in rural north-east Thailand. John Pinfold, John Hubley and Duncan Mara 10(1)

A low-cost method of monitoring water pollution by biological indicators. Douglas Cross 2(3)

A pilot rural water surveillance project in Indonesia. Barry Lloyd and Sri Suyati 7(3)

AHJASA: ongoing management and maintenance support for Honduras' community water systems. Andrew Trevett and Omar Nunez 16(3)

Assume nothing. A Resources Guide 18(2)

Biological assessment of water quality: simple methods and guidelines. Dirk Van Damme 20 (1)

Biological iron removal from well-handpump water supplies. Sean Tyrrel, Sue Gardner, Peter Howsam and Richard Carter 16(4)

Catchment surveillance for water resource management. Barry J. Lloyd and Teresa Thorpe 16(1)

Consumer involvement in bacteriological testing of well water in Kibwezi, Kenya. Melvin Woodhouse 8(4)

Domestic water use in Morocco’s Tessaout Amont irrigation system. E. Boelee, H. Laamrani, K. Khallaayoune and S. Watts 18(1)

Drinking-water quality control: WHO cares about rural areas. Richard Helmer 7(3)

Drinking-water quality. A Resources Guide 16(1)

Drinking-water source deterioration: an urgent problem. Part 1. T. Bastemeyer and M. D. Lee 11(1)

Drinking-water source deterioration: an urgent problem. Part II. T. Bastemeyer and M. D. Lee 11(2)

Driven by need, leaning by experience. Joel Bolnick, Shawn Cuff, Ana Dizon Arif Hasam, Diana Mitlin and Perween Rahman 16(2)

Emergency water supply in cold regions. Technical Brief 18(2)

Experience and results from a water quality project in Zambia. Hans Utkilen and Sally Sutton 7(3)

Get organized: self-help and partnership in urban Pakistan. Jude Tavanyar 16(2)

Goals for the future: mapping out the route to a ‘clean and healthy world’. B. Appleton 18(4)

Groundwater quality monitoring in relation to on-site sanitation. Catherine Ward 8(4)

Healthier values: realistic approaches to drinking-water quality. Guy Howard 16(3)

Household water quality in rural Zambia. Sally Sutton and Dominic Mubiana 8(1)

Improved piped water supplies in Peru. Barry Lloyd, Mauricio Pardon and Jamie Bartram 7(3)

Improving pond water. Technical Brief 47 14(3)

In the light of experience: water policy and use in Uganda. George Bagamuhunda and Gilbert Kimanzi 16(3)

International Water Tribunal. Arthur van Norden 11(1)

Iron in handpump water supplies: prevention or cure? Sean Tyrrel, Richard Carter and Peter Howsam 20(2)

Key points: monitoring and surveillance. 16(1)

Nicaragua: rural water quality surveillance and improvement. Katherine Wedgewood 7(3)

No room for complacency: water-pollution control in Zimbabwe. S. Mtetwa 14(1)

Not a numbers game: making policy for maximum impact and sustainability. Richard C. Carter, Desta Demessie and Mogus Mehari 16(3)

On-site sanitation and groundwater quality. A Resources Guide 17(4)

On-site sanitation and groundwater: the art of balancing unknown risks? G. Howard 17(4)

On-site sanitation and urban aquifer systems in Uganda. M. Barrett, M. Nalubega, S. Pedley 17(4)

Painless extraction? Mining andwater-resource protection. O. Carr 14(1)

Pit latrines: a source of contamination in peri-urban Dhaka? D. Macdonald, K. M. Ahmed, M. S. Islam, A. Lawrence and Z. Z. Khandker 17(4)

Pollution control and water-resource protection. Guy Howard 14(1)

Pollution from on-site sanitation: the risks? – What risks? D. Saywell 17(4)

Sanitary surveillance in Costa Rica's municipalities. Carmen Valiente and Stephen Pedley. 16(1)

Sanitary surveying. Technical Brief 50 15(2)

SODIS: destined for worldwide use? M. Wegelin and B. Sommer 16(3)

Solid waste management. A Resources Guide 17(3)

Spring capping in the Peruivan highlands. Kate Wedgewood and Jamie Bartram 10(3)

Sunshine and fresh air: a practical approach to combating water-borne disease. Rob Reed 15(4)

Sustainable water-pollution control technology in South: issues and options. Kenneth O. Iwugo 14(1)

Tannery pollution in Tamil Nadu. P. Muthu 11(1)

Testing water sources for salinity in the field. J.A. Hazbun and H.T. Mann 2(1)

The ‘Atakwa’ incubator for bacteriological testing. Richard Brown, Tom P. Curtis and Andrew Metcalfe 20(4)

The challenges ahead: water resources management for the next millennium. Frances Cleaver and Tom Franks 16(4)

The plastic revolution? S. Sutton 19(2)

The state of water resources in Costa Rica. Yamileth Astorga Espeleta 20(1)

Unsealed wells: water quality implications. Roger Wright 3(3)

Urban environmental health: fitting the pieces together. Pete Kolsky 16(2)

Urban-rural disparity in water supply in Morocco. P. Koenig 18(3)

Using biotic indicators to assess water quality in Peru. Marlene Guerrero and Barry Lloyd 10(3)

Water and health for all? Chiranjiv Singh 10(1)

Water law and the right to a basic water supply. Peter Howsam 16(3)

Water pollution and control measures in Liaoning Province. Che Xianxin and Bai Yongjiu 10(1)

Water quality or quantity? I. Rozov 2(1)

Water quality surveillance. Barry Lloyd 1(2)

Water resources and development of RWH in Sri Lanka. R. de S. Ariyabandu, T. Ariyananda and D. Haugoda 18(3)

Water reuse by a natural filtration system in a Vietnamese rural community. S. Takizawa 19(4)

Water sampling. Technical Brief 20 7(4)

Water supply, health and vulnerability in floods. J. McCluskey 19(3)

Water testing. Technical Brief 18 7(2)

Water use and patterns of contamination in rural north-east Thailand. John Pinfold and Nigel Horan 9(4)

Water use in the Andes. Jamie Bartram and Barry Lloyd 10(3)

Water: quality or quantity? Technical Brief 52 15(4)

Work that water! Hydroponics made easy. D. Midmore and W. Deng-lin 17(4)

Water treatment

A performance evaluation and modification of the UNICEF upward-flow water filter. V. P. Singh and M. Chaudhuri 12(2)

An access plug for well Chlorination. George Babic 11(1)

Biological iron removal from well-handpump water supplies. Sean Tyrrel, Sue Gardner, Peter Howsam and Richard Carter 16(4)

Boiling drinking-water: a critical look. DeWolfe Miller 5(1)

Chlorination for community water supplies. Technical Brief 46 14(2)

Choosing an appropriate technology. Technical Brief 49 15(1)

Cleaner water from fast-flowing rivers. Derek Joy 1(4)

Desalination. Technical Brief 40 12(4)

Design and performance of a community-level iron removal plant. Cecil Chibi 10(2)

Design, operation and maintenance considerations of horizontal-flow roughing filters. T.S.A. Mbwette and M. Wegelin 8(1)

Developing appropriate technologies in Peru. Steve Maber 7(2)

Disinfecting tube-well water: the evolution of a new technology. R. Luff and E. Hoque 16(2)

Drinking-water quality. A Resources Guide 16(1)

Emergency water supply in cold regions. Technical Brief 18(2)

Filtration using rice hull ash, Water. David Barnes and T.R. Mampitiyarachichi 2(2)

Horizontal-flow roughing filtration for turbidity reduction. Martin Wegelin and Roland Schertenleib 5(4)

Household water treatment 1. Technical Brief 17(2)

Household water treatment 2. Technical Brief 17(3)

Improving pond water. Technical Brief 47 14(3)

IRC'S slow sand filtration project. Jan-Teun Visscher, R. Paramasivam and M. Santacruz 4(3)

Iron in handpump water supplies: prevention or cure? Sean Tyrrel, Richard Carter and Peter Howsam 20(2)

Multi-stage water treatment for community water supply in Colombia. G. Galvis, J. T. Visscher and B. Llyod 10(3)

Natural coagulants for appropriate water treatment: A novel approach. J.P. Sutherland, G.K. Folkard and W.D. Grant 8(4)

Natural wastewater treatment to stimulate the local economy. Siemen Veenstra, Peter van der Steen and Huub Gijzen 20(1)

Performance of slow sand filters in refugee water supplies in Somalia. N. Graham and H. Hartung 6(3)

Process aids for slow sand filtration. Mauricio Pardon, Dave Wheeler and Barry Lloyd 2(2)

Provision for the aftermath: lessons learnt. A. Fox 19(3)

Sewage reclamation meets industrial water demands of Chennai. K. Joseph and C. Visvanathan 19(4)

Slow sand filter design. Technical Brief 15 6(3)

Slow sand filter for the Blue Nile Health Project. Sadig El Basit and Denver Brown 5(1)

Slow sand filters 2. Technical Brief 21 8(1)

Slow sand filters in the Sudan. Eric Buhl-Nielsen 2(2)

Small-scale desalinators for remote area dwellers of the Kalahari. T. Woto 6(4)

SODIS: destined for worldwide use? M. Wegelin and B. Sommer 16(3)

Sunshine and fresh air: a practical approach to combating water-borne disease. Rob Reed 15(4)

The success of household sand filtration. Adriaan Mol 20(1)

Traditional water clarification methods - using sientific observation to maximize efficiency. Samia Al Azharia Jahn 2(3)

UNICEFS upward-flow water filter. L. Childers and F. Claasen 5(4)

Waste stablization ponds. Technical Brief 10 5(2)

Water clarification using Moringa Oleifera seed coagulant. Technical Brief 17(4)

Water clarification with natural coagulants and dissolved air flotation. G.K. Folkard, J.P. Sutherland and S.A.A. Jahn 5(2)

Water purification with Moringa seeds. Dian Desa 3(4)

Water reuse by a natural filtration system in a Vietnamese rural community. S. Takizawa 19(4)

Water reuse. A Resources Guide 19(4)

Water use in the Andes. Jamie Bartram and Barry Lloyd 10(3)

Women

A woman’s place is in…watershed development. J. Seeley, M. Sarin and M. Batra 19(2)

African rural water supply: where have all the women gone? Kirsten Jorgensen 2(3)

Boreholes mean business. Y. Touré 17(1)

COFESFA: Malian women manage urban waste. A. Zaoude 17(1)

Doing the donkey work. Val Curtis 4(2)

Gender and water. A Resources Guide 17(1)

Helping women to help themselves. Christine van Wijk-Sijbesma 4(4)

How Kenyan women see water supplies. Patricia Bifani 4(3)

Hygiene practices among H’mong communities of Vietnam. Glenn Laverack, Laurent Fages and Duong Thi Thanh. 20(2)

Implementing a participatory, gender-based approach in Baluchistan. I. Lagerweij and C. Vulto 18(1)

Mechanisms for sustainability in a supply-driven environment. P. Iyer 18(1)

New skills, new lives: Kerala’s women masons. Thresiamma Mathew 17(1)

PME under the spotlight: a challenging approach in St Vincent. Katja Jobes 16(4)

Power and people: aspects of micro-hydro. Andrew Scott 10(2)

Remember gender it makes a difference. J. Francis, C. van Wijk and D. de Jong 18(4)

Social capital: the ‘missing link’ in water resources management. Mercy Dikito-Wachtmeiser 20(2)

Taking the strain: the ergonomics of water carrying. Ben Page 14(3)

The people's machinery local democracy and development in Andhra Pradesh. S. Paramasivan 15(2)

The plastic revolution? S. Sutton 19(2)

The role of households and livelihood systems in South Asia. J. Beall 17(3)

The six elements: managing water in Central Asia. B. Gungoren and G. Regallet 17(2)

There’s a right way to do it: informal arrangements for local resource management in Zimbabwe. Frances Cleaver 16(4)

Training village women as health promoters in Tanzania. Kristian Laubjerg 4(3)

Training women to build ferrocement water tanks and latrines. Sue Fleming 5(1)

Ways of involving women in water projects. Carolyn Hannan-Andersson 4(1)

Women and water. B. Bulajich 11(2)

Women as the key to success of new water supplies. Mary Elmendorf and Raymond Isely 1(2)

Women carrying water: how it affects their health. Annie Dufaut 6(3)

Women do make a difference. Lis Joosten 17(1)

Women handpump mechanics in Kenya. Lane Hoffman 11(2)

Women’s roles: policy overview. Borjana Bulajic 17(1)

Women’s water rights. Vandana Shiva 17(1)