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Uniform Title Progress on drinking water and sanitation
Title Progress on sanitation and drinking-water : 2014 update
Published Geneva : World Health Organization ; [New York] : UNICEF, [2014]
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Description 1 online resource (78 pages) : illustrations, color maps, charts
Contents Cover; CONTENTS; FOREWORD; EXECUTIVE SUMMARY; SECTION A: PROGRESS UPDATE; Global drinking water coverage and trends, 1990-2012; Regional drinking water coverage and increase since 1990; An alternative indicator of progress; Progress towards the MDG drinking water target; Global sanitation coverage and trends, 1990-2012; Regional sanitation coverage and increase since 1990; Progress towards the MDG sanitation target; Trends in open defecation, 1990-2012; Call to action on sanitation; SECTION B: HIGHLIGHTING INEQUALITIES; Visualizing inequalities; Subnational inequalities
Safely managed sanitation services -- data gaps to be addressedExpanding the WASH monitoring framework; Data evolution and revolution; New priorities for monitoring; ANNEXES; Annex 1: The JMP method; Annex 2: Millennium Development Goals: regional groupings; Annex 3: Country, area or territory estimates on sanitation and drinking water; Annex 4: Trends in urban and rural drinking water coverage, 1990-2012; Annex 5: Trends in urban and rural sanitation coverage, 1990-2012
Urban and rural inequalitiesUrban-Rural Gap Analysis; Inequalities within urban areas; Inequalities within rural areas; Inequalities based on wealth; Quintile Gap Analysis; Inequalities faced by marginalized and excluded groups or persons; Ethnicity, language and religion; Education; Intra-household inequalities; The challenge of monitoring intra-household inequalities; Conclusions; SECTION C: A FRAMEWORK FOR MONITORING WASH POST-2015; Universal access to basic services; Safely managed services; Safely managed drinking water services -- recommendations of the Water Quality Task Force
Summary This 2014 update report of the World Health Organization (WHO)/United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation, known as the JMP, is split into three sections. The first section presents the status of and trends in access to improved drinking water sources and sanitation. The second section provides a snapshot of inequalities in access to improved drinking water sources and sanitation. The final section presents efforts to strengthen monitoring of access to safe drinking water and sanitation services under a post-2015 development agenda, as well as the challenges associated with these efforts. Annexes at the back of the report provide supplementary information on the JMP method, MDG regional groupings, data tables and trend figures
Notes Title from title caption (viewed on Aug. 14, 2014)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Drinking water -- Standards -- Statistics.
Sanitation -- Statistics.
Water-supply -- Statistics.
Drinking Water.
Water Supply -- statistics & numerical data.
Sanitation -- statistics & numerical data.
Genre/Form Statistics.
Statistics.
Statistics.
Form Electronic book
Author UNICEF.
World Health Organization.
ISBN 9240692819 (electronic bk.)
9789240692817 (electronic bk.)