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Postby clare.tawney » 14 Nov 2013 18:20

The latest edition of Waterlines is online now, dealing with the theme of Financing the WASH Sector (http://practicalaction.metapress.com/co ... 3bb20&pi=0). There are some great articles here looking at the recurrent costs of rural water services, subsidies in humanitarian situations, gender equality, and carbon credits -- take a look at the contents list below.

If you would like to order a single copy (cost £30.00) then please email publishinginfo@practicalaction.org.uk; if you are interested in reading this edition online or subscribing you can visit our website (http://www.practicalactionpublishing.org/waterlines) and follow the links.

Kind regards

Clare Tawney
Managing Editor
Waterlines journal
Practical Action Publishing
http://practicalaction.org/waterlines

Waterlines
VOLUME 32 NUMBER 4 OCTOBER 2013
http://practicalaction.metapress.com/co ... 3bb20&pi=0
Contents
Guest editorial: Financing the water, sanitation and hygiene sector – getting the economics right
CLARISSA BROCKLEHURST

Crossfire: ‘We need to fund first those who don’t have access rather than fund maintenance for those who already have access’
ROLF LUYENDIJK and CATARINA FONSECA

Sanitation economics: understanding why sanitation markets fail and how they can improve
SOPHIE TRÉMOLET

Subsidies for WASH in development, mitigation, relief, and recovery: a critical but neglected aspect of practice
RICHARD LUFF

Sharing the recurrent costs of rural water services in four municipalities supported by WaterAid in Mali
STEPHEN JONES

Towards more responsible carbon finance for water
DANIEL YEO

General articles
A framework for exploring gender equality outcomes from WASH programmes
NAOMI CARRARD, JOANNE CRAWFORD, GABRIELLE HALCROW, CLAIRE ROWLAND and JULIET WILLETTS

Inclusion of shared sanitation in urban sanitation coverage? Evidence from Ghana and Uganda
ADRIEN MAZEAU, INNOCENT K. TUMWEBAZE, CHRISTOPH LÜTHI and KEVIN SANSOM

Conference report: Design a Bog Day
ANGUS MCBRIDE

Reviews
Every Last Drop: Rainwater Harvesting and Sustainable Technologies in Rural China by Zhu Qiang, Li Yuanhong and John Gould
ZIFU LI and HEINZ-PETER MANG

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