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The programme impact presented in this paper reflects the progress made in Bhutan and Nepal – presented as cumulative results - in the SSH4A programme by the end of 2016:

  • 250,000 people gained access to 46,000 new sanitation facilities
  • all existing toilets are in use and hygienic standards continue to improve
  • 58,000 households gained access to a handwashing facility with water and soap in or near the toilet
  • 3 out of 4 people now have access to a sanitary toilet
TitleSustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All in Bhutan and Nepal: progress brief 2014-2016
Publication TypeProgress Report
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsBaetings, E., Halcrow, G.
Pagination9
Date Published04/2017
PublisherIRC and SNV
Place PublishedThe Hague, The Netherlands
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

The programme impact presented in this paper reflects the progress made in Bhutan and Nepal – presented as cumulative results - in the SSH4A programme by the end of 2016:

  • 250,000 people gained access to 46,000 new sanitation facilities
  • all existing toilets are in use and hygienic standards continue to improve
  • 58,000 households gained access to a handwashing facility with water and soap in or near the toilet
  • 3 out of 4 people now have access to a sanitary toilet

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