Global water supply and sanitation assessment 2000 report.
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Published by World Health Organization, UNICEF in Geneva, New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Water-supply -- Statistics.,
  • Sanitation -- Statistics.,
  • Water Supply -- statistics & numerical data.,
  • Sanitation -- statistics & numerical data.

Book details:

Edition Notes

GenreStatistics.
ContributionsWorld Health Organization., UNICEF., Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council., WHO/UNICEF Joint Water Supply and Sanitation Monitoring Programme.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTD345 .G6335 2000
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 80 p. :
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3734322M
ISBN 109241562021
LC Control Number2003397557

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This chapter presents the main findings of the Global Water Supply and Sanitation Assessment It also outlines the background, methodology and limitations of the Assessment. Main findings The percentage of people served with some form of improved water supply rose from 79% ( billion) in. "The Global assessment report presents the findings of the fourth assessment of the water supply and sanitation sector"--P. [4] of cover. Includes bibliographical references (p. 73). ISBN. Identifying numbers. OCLC: Global water supply and sanitation assessment 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. Global Water Supply and Sanitation Assessment Report 43 TABLE AFRICA: WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION COVERAGE BY COUNTRY, AREA OR TERRITORY, AND (CONT) MAP AFRICA: WATER SUPPLY COVERAGE, MAP AFRICA: SANITATION COVERAGE, Maps and , which are based on Table , show how few countries in Africa .

Décennie internationale de l'eau potable et de l'assainissement. Comité directeur interinstitutions de la coopération pour la Décennie; Ballance, Robert; World Health Organization. Community Water Supply and Sanitation Unit (‎ Genève: Organisation mondiale de la Santé, )‎. The Global Water Supply and Sanitation Assessment Report (WHO and UNICEF ), the most recent compilation of global statistics on water supply, changed the way that such data are compiled, from the previous unreliable estimates by provider agencies to consumers' responses in population-based by: The Global Water Supply and Sanitation Assessment Report estimates that worldwide, about billion people lack adequate sanitation. The corresponding figure for water supply is only billion. Good hygiene and adequate sanitation are prerequisites for good health. Through its. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Sanitation (JMP) provides a snapshot of water supply and sanitation worldwide at the turn of the millennium using information available from different sources. From the JMP database – for both historic data and future projections – will be periodically updated.

Global Water Supply and Sanitation Assessment Report: Versión español | Version française. The WHO and UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation (JMP) provides a snapshot of water supply and sanitation worldwide at the turn of the millennium using information available from different sources. WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation. (‎)‎. Global water supply and sanitation assessment report. World Health Organization. Global water supply and sanitation assessment report. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization ; New York: United Nations Children's Fund, © (OCoLC) Online version: Global water supply and sanitation assessment report. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization ; New York: United Nations Children's Fund, © Moreover, the special relevance of this report lies in the fact that the water supply and sanitation coverage data generated by the JMP form the reference data for the UN system. Despite the continuity in relation to past reports, the assessment also represents a shift in methodology and in approach.