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WHO CC Newsletter No. 31

Heat-Health Action – Illustrating the link between heatwaves and drinking behaviour of older adults | Rainwater harvesting: an underestimated resource for sustainable access to water for all | Cities at risk: Flood risk, public awareness, institutional preparedness and risk communication in Yangon, Myanmar

WHO CC Newsletter No. 30

One Health – an integrated approach to health and well-being | Don’t waste water: wastewater surveillance, antimicrobial resistance and One Health | Human-surface water interactions and the transmission of water-related infectious diseases – schistosomiasis in Ghana | The salutogenic aspects of urban waters: Promoting ‘blue health’ in cities

WHO CC Newsletter No. 29

Microbiomes: An Undervalued Impact of Water Treatment on Human Gut Health? | Impact of open defecation practice and community drinking water quality: A case study of Siaya County, Kenya | Water and Health Research, Policy and Practice: Holistic, interdisciplinary, mixed methods approaches | Managing drinking water risks takes time | Protocol on Water and Health - Publications

WHO CC Newsletter No. 28

Clinical wastewater as a hotspot for the occurrence of antibiotic residues in the aquatic environment | Addressing the FUTURE of WATER – showcase of an interdisciplinary and applied PhD program enabling international exchange | A joint research project: Review of innovative measures to reduce trace elements and microorganisms in surface water (ReSMo)

WHO CC Newsletter No. 27

UBA - German Environment Agency - WHO CC for Research on Drinking Water Hygiene | University of Bonn - WHO CC for Health Promoting, Water Management and Risk Communication | University of Surrey - WHO CC for Protection of Water Quality and Human Health | Leaving no one behind: Water and Sanitation Safety Planning (WSSP) in rural areas of Eastern Europe | Events on Water, Health and Risk Communication

WHO CC Newsletter No. 26

DWI Drinking Water Inspectorate WHO CC for Drinking-water Safety | EAWAG Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology WHO CC for Sanitation and Water in Developing Countries | KWR Watercycle Research WHO CC on Water Quality and Health | RIVM Dutch National Institute for Public Health and Environment WHOCC on Water Quality and Food Safety | Events on Water, Health and Risk Communication

WHO CC Newsletter No. 25

Simple diagnostic solutions for low-resource settings – An illusion? | Health prevention and protection at ports- Insights from an internship at the Hamburg Port Health Center | Spread of multidrug-resistant bacteria via wastewater | Rationale and evolution of recreational fresh water quality criteria | Watermicro2017 | Events on Water, Health and Risk Communication

WHO CC Newsletter No. 24

Urbanization, sanitation and population growth, how do they affect water quality? | WASH and Wastewater-Irrigated Urban Agriculture in Ahmedabad, India | Wetland-related Diseases, Health Risk Perceptions and Behaviour in Ewaso Narok Swamp, Kenya | Small scale farming and malaria in Uganda: the ambivalent role of wetlands

WHO CC Newsletter No. 23

The hidden life in drinking water installations: biofilms and viable-but-nonculturable bacteria of hygienic relevance | The Bunyonyi Impact Project | Wetlands in Uganda – Ecosystems under pressure A newspaper review from Uganda


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