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CLOSE THIS BOOKSurface Water Drainage for Low-Income Communities (UNEP - WHO, 1991, 98 p.)
VIEW THE DOCUMENT(introduction...)
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAcknowledgements
1. Surface water drainage in urban areas
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.1 The problem
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.2 Health consequences
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.3 Implications for town planning
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.4 The need for collaboration
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.5 Development of a drainage programme
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.6 Selected reading
2. Drainage options
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.1 The drainage hierarchy
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.2 Factors affecting stormwater flows
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.3 Problems of steep slopes
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.4 Problems of flat areas
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.5 Open or closed drains
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.6 Channel design and construction
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.7 Closed drains
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.8 Construction
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.9 “Do-it-yourself” drainage
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.10 Selected reading
3. Rehabilitation and maintenance
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.1 Causes of drainage failure
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.2 Rehabilitation of existing systems
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.3 Maintenance - technical aspects
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.4 Maintenance - institutional aspects
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.5 Selected reading
4. Community participation
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1 The need for participation
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2 Community institutions
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.3 Creating awareness
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4 A programme of action
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.5 Participation in maintenance
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.6 Selected reading
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAnnex 1. Glossary1
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAnnex 2. Design calculations
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAnnex 3. Terms of reference for consultants
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAnnex 4. Resources for the orientation of the drainage committee
VIEW THE DOCUMENTSelected WHO publications of related interest