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WHO CC Newsletter No. 22

Hygienic-technical factors and Legionella pneumophila in drinking-water installations | Up and down-water quality in Yaounde – notes from the field | Third MoP to the Protocol on Water and Health – a recognized instrument to promote human health | Atlas on Water and Health 2.0 | IWA Young Water Professionals Germany visit the WHOCC in Bonn | New Master's programme “Geography of Environmental Risk and Human Security”

WHO CC Newsletter No. 21

Participatory implementation of sanitation infrastructure in urban areas of north-central Namibia | Safe future use of the river Ruhr The Project „Sichere Ruhr“ | Productive treatment of faecal sludge: from waste to fodder and profits

WHO CC Newsletter No. 20

Towards an integrated concept for monitoring and improvements in water supply, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) in urban Mongolia | Groundwater Quality and Health in Yaoundé, Cameroon

WHO CC Newsletter No. 19

Dynamic Modelling of Bathing Water Quality for Early Warning | Quality control of water and air in swimming pools | 2nd Meeting of the ECDC Expert Group on Climate Change | Water and Health – Where Science meets Policy“

WHO CC Newsletter No. 18

Ten years of collaboration with the WHO for health promoting water management | The spread of bacterial antibiotic resistance in the aquatic environment | Swimming pool water management | Universal Access to Water and Sanitation

WHO CC Newsletter No. 17

Safe water: is purity a paradox? | Case study of the application of Water Safety Plans in a school in Romania | PhD Student Workshop, Cannes Water Symposium June 29th - July 1st 2010 | IWA World Water Congress and Exhibition 2010 in Montréal

WHO CC Newsletter No. 16

Water Safety Plans for small-scale water supply systems in Romania | The Atlas of Water and Health | “Elephants and Butterflies on Moon” – My Internship in a NGO in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

WHO CC Newsletter No. 15

Water for Poor Urban Households: A study of Aligarh City, India. | Towards Microbiological Safety of Drinking Water in Central Asia: A NATO Science for Peace Project in the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Kyrgyz Republic | Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever – an outbreak in Herat Province, Afghanistan | 15 th International Symposium of the Health-Related Water Microbiology Group, 31 May - 5 June 2009 , Naxos, Greece | Cannes Water Symposium Workshop 30 June - 2 July 2009, Cannes, France | The 13 th International Symposium on Medical Geography (IMGS), McMaster University, 12-17 July 2009, Ontario, Canada

WHO CC Newsletter No. 14

Water, Sanitation & Hygiene, “WASH” Reduces Child Mortality | Behaviour Change Communication against Diarrhoeal Diseases in Rwanda: A Study on Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices | Water and Malaria Transmission in South Western Kenya | 13th International Congress on Infectious Diseases 19 - 22 June 2008, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | The View of a Young Water Professional at the 6th IWA Exhibition and Conference, 7 - 12 September 2008, Vienna, Austria | 2nd Annual Meeting of the Society of Hygiene, Environmental and Public Health Sciences, 1 - 4 October 2008, Graz, Austria | “We are fighting the same battle” – Report from the International Symposium: “Coupling Sustainable Sanitation and Groundwater Protection”, 14 - 17 October 2008, Hanover, Germany

WHO CC Newsletter No. 13

Water and Health in Kyrgyzstan | Sustainable School Sanitation for Better Child Health in the EECCA and in the new EU Member States | The Evaluation of Acute Infantile Methemoglobinaemia Cases Generated by Well Water in Romania | The Investigation of Sanitation and Drinking Water in Rural Areas around Chengdu City, Sichuan Province, China | Workshop on Water Safety Plans (WSPs) 4 -5 December, 2007, Moscow, Russian Federation

WHO CC Newsletter No. 12

The Use of Water Safety Plans in Epidemiological Studies | Impacts of Inadequate Sanitation and Unsafe Drinking Water on Human Health: A Case Study of Kigali City, the Capital of Rwanda | Quantifying the Microbiological Loads from Point Sources and Diffuse Pollution in a Small River Catchment in Germany | The 12th International Medical Geography Symposium in Bonn

WHO CC Newsletter No. 11

Water and Health in Uzbekistan | Perfluorinated surfactants in surface and drinking waters | ECDC Workshop on Infectious Diseases and Environmental Change | Latest facts on water, wastewater and waste – German tasks in the global topic

WHO CC Newsletter No. 10

Water and Health: Struggling for survival in a South Indian Megacity | A new approach to analyse | water-related vulnerability in megacities: Delhi Case study | ECOSAN – recycling-oriented wastewater management and sanitation systems | Integrated approaches to supply and disposal systems | Water, Sanitation, Health and the MDGs

WHO CC Newsletter No. 9

The Protocol on Water and Health | River Swist in North Rhine-Westphalia as an example for microbial load of watercourses due to diffuse polluters – an interim result | News from the Aral Sea Basin Water and Food Conference

WHO CC Newsletter No. 8

The Global Water System Project | A GIS-based Water Safety Plan as an instrument of risk management in German catchment areas | Report on the 3. International EcoSan Conference

WHO CC Newsletter No. 7

Global climate change and waterborne diseases | HACCP in Slovenia | Facts and impressions from the 4th World Water Congress and Exhibition

WHO CC Newsletter No. 6

Drinking water supply in the rural area of the Mekong Delta, Vietnam | The Protocol on Water and Health (“London-Protocol”) in the context of international environmental policy | Sustainable waste water management in rural areas? The Project Lambertsmill

WHO CC Newsletter No. 5

A report of the Bishop Shannahan Hospital in Nsukka, Nigeria | Recent and future projects

WHO CC Newsletter No. 4

Occurrence of antibiotics in hospital wastewater, municipal wastewater and surface waters | Recent and future projects

WHO CC Newsletter No. 3

Topic: Review about the ”Occurrence of Pathogens in Surface Water” | Tuberculosis in poorer countries

WHO CC Newsletter No. 2

Legionella in technical systems | Recent projects of the WHO CC

WHO CC Newsletter No. 1

Recent and future projects