4 edition of Water, a matter of life and health found in the catalog.
Water, a matter of life and health
|Statement||Maggie Black, with Rupert Talbot.|
|Contributions||Talbot, Rupert., Unicef.|
|LC Classifications||TD303.A1 B43 2005, TD303.A1 B43 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 262 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||262|
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WATER A Matter of Life and Health Maggie Black has written extensively on water-related issues for Unicef and other international organizations. Rupert Talbot has spent over thirty years with Unicef’s Water and Environmental Sanitation Programmes in Ethiopia, Sri Lanka, and India.
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[Maggie Black; Rupert Talbot; M S Swaminathan; UNICEF.] -- Focuses on the Unicef experience, but also explorws community-led, NGO, and government approaches. From the Rajasthani farmer facing a fifth successive year of drought, to the sanitation mistri in.
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