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Title: Bacterial Quality of Drinking-Water in Eight Villages in the Jordan Valley
Authors: Birzeit University. Institute of Community and Public Health
Issue Date: 1984
Publisher: Birzeit University, Community Health Unit
Abstract: The following paper summarizes an interim report published in September 1984 by the Community Health unit, describing its water quality research in the Jordan Valley. The work was conducted in co-operation with the union of Medical Relief committees. The objective of the study was to carry out a simple sanitary survey in eight villages of the Valley north of Jericho, with the aim of evaluating the extent of fecal pollution of drinking water. The final report was meant to stimulate the initiation of practical projects for improving the quality of drinking-water in the villages.
Drinking water quality - Jordan valley - Research
Water quality management - Jordan Valley - Palestine
Water - Pollution - Jordan Valley - Palestine
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