Links to additional on-line resources
'People & the Planet' website is an excellent educational resource and gateway into all the issues connecting people and the environment. The website includes 15 key topics covering population, environment, health,consumption and sustainable development. Each key topic is is introduced with an up-to-date authoritative Overview, together with Feature Articles,Facts and Figures, News, Links, Glossary and Book and Film reviews. 'People & the Planet' is free to access at: http://www.peopleandplanet.net
(Health, Nutrition, and Population Statistics) is a component of the Knowledge
Management System of the World Bank's Human Development Network. HNPStats
offers country data sheets showing summary indicators for health status,
health determinants, and health finance.
- This site is dedicated to the development of water supply surveillance
and monitoring in low-income and transitional countries
Page covers a variety of topics related to sustainable water resources
management and use.
WatsanWeb is an internet portal providing professionals with up-to-date information on various aspects of the Water and Sanitation Sector.
International Water and Sanitation Centre, provides on-line news and
information, advice, research and training, on low-cost water supply and
sanitation in developing countries.
The SANDEC (Water and Sanitation in Developing Countries) website of the the Swiss Federal Institute for Environmental Science and Technology (EAWAG) offers information on affordable water treatment for rural and peri-urban areas.
UNICEF's Water, Environment, and Sanitation website includes publications, news and links.
Water, Engineering and Development Centre (WEDC) at Loughborough University includes access to publications and other information resources. and
Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council's website includes publications,
briefings and links.
The site of the World Bank's Water and Sanitation program includes publications, toolkits and the Water Help Desk, a global water and sanitation advisory service.
and Sanitation site of WHO, including link to water quality guidelines.
- The Environmental Health Project (EHP), sponsored by the United
States Agency for International Development (USAID) includes access to
publications related to Water and Sanitation, a webliography with links
to publictions on other sites and reports and
Matters is a campaign to ensure that everyone has access to safe water
and adequate sanitation, initiated by Tearfund and WaterAid.
and Sanitation Program - an international partnership to help the
poor gain access to improved water supply and sanitation services. Website
has interesting links.
Water Day (21 March 2001: Water for Health) - though WWD was a while
ago, this site still has interesting information on the many water-health
Source Water and Sanitation
News Service, a joint endeavor of the Water
Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) and IRC International
Water and Sanitation Centre, provides weekly updates on-line or by e-mail.
The Waterlines journal provides up-to-date information on appropriate technologies for water supply and sanitation. The magazine can be viewed on-line, but only with a subscription.
UNICEF's WES Newsline provides news and information on programs promoting sanitation, water and hygiene.