Resources

 
1 Feb 2009
Public information and advocacy materials

INTEGRATED WATER MANAGEMENT IN BAGUIO CITY, PHILIPPINES

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

 
1 Feb 2009
Public information and advocacy materials

RAIN HARVESTING IN KERALA, INDIA

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. Problems addressed

Access to safe clean water is a basic human right for a healthy sustainable life. Unfortunately, still millions of people in Asia have no adequate access to water. New solutions to overcome this fact are constantly being addressed in villages and communities.

 
1 Feb 2009
Public information and advocacy materials

SANITATION BY THE COMMUNITY IN DENPASAR, INDONESIA
(SANIMAS)

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

 
1 Feb 2009
Public information and advocacy materials

Wastewater treatment facility in the Muntinlupa Public Market, Philippines

Public markets pose a challenge for waste management in cities and towns. Local government of Muntinlupa (Metro Manila), with the assistance of USAID, installed a low-cost waste-water treatment plant in the public market. The investment is recovered through a small surcharge in the rental fee that vendors pay for their stall. The practice helped lessen water pollution, saves money by recycling water and maintaining clean standards in the market.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. Problems addressed

 
1 Feb 2009
Public information and advocacy materials

WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT AND RECREATION PARK IN ORISSA, INDIA

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. Background

 
1 Feb 2009
Public information and advocacy materials

COMMUNITY TOILETS IN TANGERANG, INDONESIA

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. Background

The Low Income Community toilets and gas retrieval initiative, also known as known as the Community Sanitation Centre (CSC) practice, is located in two Indonesian cities –Tangerang and Surabaya. Its aim is to provide water and sanitation facilities to disadvantaged communities in both cities.

 
1 Feb 2009
Public information and advocacy materials

Public Toilets in Hetauda Municipality of Nepal

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. Problems addressed

 
9 Apr 2013
Public information and advocacy materials

The report of the Third Working Meeting of the Technical Advisory Group on Population and Social Statistics, Bangkok, 6-8 March 2013. The report was prepared by ESCAP Statistics Division.

15 Aug 1995
Manuals, guidelines, training materials

The major objective of the study was to assist CAR in identifying main present and future land transport routes from Central Asia to sea ports of the Islamic Republic of Iran and Pakistan as well as of China. The identification of problems in land transport facilitation as well as of the measures to improve it constitutes another important part of the study. The study has been carried out in close cooperation with ECO secretariat and with the active participation of the countries concerned.

 
7 Mar 2014
Public information and advocacy materials

Event: Seminar on Sustaining Employment Growth in South Asia: The Role of Manufacturing and Structural Change, organized by the United Nations ESCAP South and South-West Asia Office, together with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO).
Date: 07 March 2014
Venue : CII Building, New Delhi

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