Managing Water Supply and Sanitation in Emergencies
This book is based on a public-health approach to the provision of water and sanitation in emergencies: an approach that is information based (drawing on reliable, relevant data) and people-based (aiming for maximum impact on the health of the whole population, but sensitive to the needs of particularly vulnerable groups). It emphasises the need for a co-ordinated and phased response, which adapts to meet constantly changing needs.
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