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SFD (level 2) Report - Kharas, Palestinian territories

PWA, Municipality of Kharas, WWn and JSC (2024)

Published in: 2024
Pages: 44

PWA, Municipality of Kharas, WWn and JSC

PWA, Municipality of Kharas, WWn and JSC

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Kharas is a Palestinian village in Hebron Governorate, located 12 km northwest Hebron city, in the south of the West Bank. The village is located within the southern Palestinian mountains, to the north of Wadi Arab. The village is surrounded by Halhul to the east, Nuba and Beit Ula to the south, Surief to the north and the Green Line to the west.

The population of Kharas town for the year (2021) was 10,308 people, 52.4% of them was male, 47.6% was female. As for the distribution of age groups, the community of Kharas is relatively young, as the proportion of individuals under the age of 15 is estimated at 41.5% of the total population of the town in 2017.

The SFD graphic shows that 34% of the excreta generated are safely managed while 66% are unsafely managed. The safely managed excreta generated by 9% of the population is temporary since these onsite systems (septic tanks) will require emptying services as they fill up.

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PWA, Municipality of Kharas, WWn and JSC (2024). SFD (level 2) Report - Kharas, Palestinian territories. PWA, Municipality of Kharas, WWn and JSC

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