Water and Sanitation for Disabled People and Other Vulnerable Groups: Designing Services to Improve Accessibility

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WEDC, Loughborough University, 2005 - Barrier-free design - 295 pages
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The main focus of the book is on facilities for families in rural and peri-urban areas of low- and middle-income countries, but many of the approaches and solutions may also be applied in institutional settings, such as schools and hospitals and in emergency situations.

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Water supply access and use 65
Glossary of terms and abbreviations
Implementation in practice 127

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About the author (2005)

Bob Reed is a proud native of Marcus, Iowa, who spent twenty-five years building and managing public television stations and serving as an executive at PBS. He has also served as a publisher and professor and is a speaker at numerous national and international meetings, seminars, and trade shows. He has penned many nonfiction books, as well as "The Potluck Dinner That Went Astray, Other Tales of Christian Life", and "How to Survive Being a Presbyterian". Bob currently lives in Orlando, Florida, and thinks that his very presence on this earth is proof that God has an unusual sense of humor.

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