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Global water supply and sanitation assessment 2000 report

This report constitutes a source of information for water and sanitation coverage estimates, and for supporting decisions relating to investment, planning, management and quality of service in the sector. It aims to inform those within and beyond the water supply and sanitation sector of the current status of water supply and sanitation, and to highlight the huge challenges faced in meeting the need for safe water supply and adequate sanitation world wide. It presents the findings of the fourth assessment by the WHO and UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme and updates and consolidates findings of earlier reports through the use of broader and verifiable data sources. Such sources include information from national surveys, which provided the basis for determining most of the coverage figures in this report.

TitleGlobal water supply and sanitation assessment 2000 report
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2000
AuthorsWHO -Geneva, CH, World Health Organization, WSSCC -Geneva, CH, Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council, UNICEF -New York, NY, US, WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation -Geneva, CH, JMP
Paginationvii, 80 p. : 25 boxes, 81 fig., 10 maps, 13 tab.
Date Published2000-11-01
PublisherWorld Health Organization (WHO)
Place PublishedGeneva, Switzerland
ISBN Number9241562021
Keywordsafrica, asia, caribbean, europe, evaluation, international level, investment, latin america, monitoring, north america, oceania, rural areas, sanitation, sdipol, statistics, urban areas, water costs, water supply, water supply charges
Abstract

This report constitutes a source of information for water and sanitation coverage estimates, and for supporting decisions relating to investment, planning, management and quality of service in the sector. It aims to inform those within and beyond the water supply and sanitation sector of the current status of water supply and sanitation, and to highlight the huge challenges faced in meeting the need for safe water supply and adequate sanitation world wide. It presents the findings of the fourth assessment by the WHO and UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme and updates and consolidates findings of earlier reports through the use of broader and verifiable data sources. Such sources include information from national surveys, which provided the basis for determining most of the coverage figures in this report.

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