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Water discourse, ableism and disabled people : what makes one part of a discourse?

WOLBRING, Gregor
November 2011

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This article discusses how disabled people are not mentioned and addressed within high level policy documents about access to clean water and sanitation and other water related problems. The article suggests that certain forms of ableism are responsible for the invisibility of disabled people in various water discourses
Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics, Vol 21, No 6

Progress for children : a report card on water and sanitation

UNITED NATIONS CHILDREN'S FUND (UNICEF)
September 2006

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This report provides information about how children are affected worldwide by progress and lack of progress on water and sanitation millennium development goals. General information is presented and the situations in different regions of the world are highlighted. Tables and charts are provided. This resource is useful for people interested in water and sanitation issues for children

Child survival in sub-Saharan Africa : taking stock

SUPPORT FOR ANALYSIS AND RESEARCH IN AFRICA (SARA) PROJECT
2005

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This paper presents the findings and recommendations of research, funded by USAID, to understand better the growing gap between Africa and the rest of the world in achieving the UN Millennium Development Goals that relate to child health. It aims to provide an analysis of child health trends in order to identify how USAID could improve its contribution to improving child health in Africa

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