Updated guidance, including recommended targets, on domestic water supply to ensure beneficial health outcomes.
|Title||Domestic water quantity, service level and health|
|Year of Publication||2020|
|Authors||Howard, G., Bartram, J., Williams, A., Overbo, A., Fuenta, D., Geere, J.|
|Pagination||xi, 60 p. : 2 fig., 12 tab.|
|Publisher||World Health Organization (WHO)|
|Place Published||Geneva, Switzerland|
|Keywords||access to water, domestic use, health impact, literature reviews, water collection time, water consumption, water distribution, water quantity|
Sufficient quantities of water for household use, including for drinking, food preparation and hygiene, are needed to protect public health and for well-being and prosperity.
This second edition reviews the evidence about the relationships between water quantity, water accessibility and health. The effects of water reliability, continuity and price on water use, are also covered. Updated guidance, including recommended targets, is provided on domestic water supply to ensure beneficial health outcomes.
Reference list: p. 46-60
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