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The site http://www.pubcd.watsan.net/ includes all IRC publications that are digitally available in English, Spanish, French and Portuguese. Also included are a number of 'external' publications, publications to which IRC contributed but that are published on other websites, and draft documents. Many publications are in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format. To read these, you need the Acrobat Reader. You can download this program for free from the…Continue
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I am compiling an annotated bibliography on household water treatment and would like for others to be able to post or contribute to the bibliography. I have been trying this on Google's Krol feature but can see this is not going to work very well.
Would appreciate any advice. Should I set up a wiki or some other tool?
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ASHWAS an Example of Unscientific Survey
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K.Indrani and Sanjay, the female and male supervisors of a local NGO, accompanied me to Chaukidar cluster in Padharapura in Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh state in India.
Here, we met a 13-year-old girl Janglee and a boy, 7-year-old Kamal. Both are physically and mentally disabled, and could not even stand on their own for long. Janglee and Kamal cannot play with friends and they move around in acute pain in the…Continue
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