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| Last Updated:: 11/02/2016

Graphical & Tabular Data

Access to improved water and sanitation by region (Urban)

 

Global Regions

% Urban population with access to improved water

% Urban population with access to improved sanitation

Caucasus and Central Asia

97.48

96.3

Developed Countries

99.58

96.8

Eastern Asia

90.90

87.3

Latin America and the Caribbean

96.46

87.3

Northern Africa

95.76

92.2

Oceania

96.74

75.9

South-eastern Asia

95.82

80.8

Southern Asia

93.07

64.6

Sub-Saharan Africa

89.47

40.3

Western Asia

94.03

95.0

 

Source: Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation (2015)

 

 

About 85 million in urban India lack adequate sanitation - more than Germany’s population 

 

Sourcehttp://www.mid-day.com/

 

 

There are a billion more people without improved sanitation in rural areas than in urban areas

 

 

Source:Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP), REPORT 2014

 

Infant mortality against urban sanitation coverage

 

 

Source: The World Bank, 2013

 

Urban sanitation situation (urban population-weighted average across the three countries)

 

 

Source: The World Bank, 2013

 

URBAN SANITATION COVERAGE IN DEVELOPING REGIONS

 

 

 

Source:Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP), REPORT 2012

 

India's Top ten cities with Best sanitation facilities 2009-2010

 

 

India's Bottom ten cities with Worst sanitation facilities 2009-2010

 

 

Sanitation Facilities in Western Zone (India)

 

 

Sanitation Facilities in Northern & Central Zone (India)

 

 

Sanitation Facilities in Southern Zone (India)

 

 

Sanitation Facilities in East & North-East Zone (India)

 

Source:Ministry Of Urban Development, Govt. of India