Published in: 2015
World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
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This South-East Asia Regional Highlights includes analysis of implementation of national policies, sustainability, human rights and equity measures, monitoring, human resources, financing and external support.
Ten out of the 11 countries in the WHO South-East Asia Region with a total population of 1.8 billion, participated in the GLAAS 2013/2014 reporting cycle. Overall, access to improved drinking-water and sanitation services in the South-East Asia Region are 92 and 49 per cent (in 2015), respectively. More than 330 million people gained access to an improved drinking-water source and nearly 250 million people gained access to improved sanitation in the 2005 to 2015 time period.
WHO, UN-Water (2015). Investing in Water and Sanitation: Increasing Accsess, Reducing Inequalities - GLAAS 2014 findings — Highlights for the South-East Asia Region. World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
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