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close this bookSpecial Public Works Programmes - SPWP - Community Water Supply - A Community Participation Training Element for SPWP User Beneficiaries (ILO, UNDP; 1987; 100 pages)
View the documentPREFACE
View the documentINTRODUCTION
View the documentNOTES TO THE DISCUSSION LEADER
Open this folder and view contentsSESSION 1: What an Improved Water System Can Mean to Your Community
Open this folder and view contentsSESSION 2: The Relationship of Water, Sanitation and Disease - Faecal-Oral Transmission
Open this folder and view contentsSESSION 3: The Relationship of Water, Sanitation and Disease - Water-Washed and Water-Site-Related Disease
Open this folder and view contentsSESSION 4: Breaking the Chain of Transmission - Rules of Communal and Personal Hygiene
Open this folder and view contentsSESSION 5: How Does the Water Get There?
Open this folder and view contentsSESSION 6: Wells
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Open this folder and view contentsSESSION 8: Some Responsibilities of a Water Committee
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Special Public Works Programmes - SPWP - Community Water Supply - A Community Participation Training Element for SPWP User Beneficiaries

United Nations Development Programme

International Labour Organisation

International Labour Office, Geneva

Interregional project for implementation and evaluation of Special Public Works Programmes UNDP/ILO/INT/84/022

Copyright © International Labour Organisation 1987

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ISBN 92-2-105943-X

First published 1987

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