Vol 5, No 3 (2009)

Learning for the Water Sector: Quenching the Thirst for Knowledge and Bridging The Banks?

Table of Contents


Learning for the water sector: quenching the thirst for knowledge and bridging the banks? PDF
Ewen Le Borgne, Jaap Pels, Nadia Manning-Thomas, Russell Kerkhoven 197-200


Attitudes and actions of participants in multi-stakeholder processes and platforms Abstract PDF
Samyuktha Varma, Alexandra Evens, Carmen da Silva Wells, K. Jinapalaa 201-214
Knowledge sharing, information management, communication and IT within WASHCost Abstract PDF
Jaap Pels 215-228
Looking back to move forward in strength: monitoring of water system sustainability Abstract PDF
Kate Fogelberg 229-245
From world cafés to road shows: using a mix of knowledge sharing approaches to improve wastewater use in urban agriculture Abstract PDF
Philip Amoah, Pay Drechsel, Tonya Schuetz, Gordana Kranjac-Berisavljevic, Nadia Manning-Thomas 246-262

Case studies

Contributions of knowledge networks and communities of practice to the water and sanitation sector in developing countries Abstract PDF
Bertha Camacho 263-271
Challenges of inter-sectoral monitoring of developments in the provision of water and sanitation services in Nigeria Abstract PDF
Abraham Onugba 272-278

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