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Safe Drinking Water and Sanitation. Global supply – make statements about global water supply and sanitation based on these two graphs. Regional distribution of global population not served with improved water supply and improved sanitation. Total unserved: 1.1 billion.

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global supply make statements about global water supply and sanitation based on these two graphs
Global supply – make statements about global water supply and sanitation based on these two graphs.

Regional distribution of global population not served with improved water supply and improved sanitation

Total unserved: 1.1 billion

Total unserved: 2.4 billion

(Global Water Supply and Sanitation Assessment 2000 Report: : WHO and UNICEF, 2000)

global coverage make statements about global water supply and sanitation based on these two graphs
Global Coverage - make statements about global water supply and sanitation based on these two graphs.

(Global Water Supply and Sanitation Assessment 2000 Report: : WHO and UNICEF, 2000)

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Urban Explosion – describe what you see

Rapid urbanization may bring the urban poor more ill-health

(World Development Report 2003 : The World Bank, 2002)

sanitation and population growth
Sanitation and population growth
  • Even fewer people have access to adequate sanitation than safe water and the global provision of sanitation is not keeping up with population growth. Between 1990 and 2000 the number of people without adequate sanitation rose from 2.6 billion to 3.3billion.
  • With squatter settlements in many parts of the world’s poorest cities expanding rapidly the situation is likely to deteriorate.
key targets mdg plan of implementation
Key Targets - MDG Plan of Implementation -

(Safe Drinking Water)

Halve, by the year 2015, the proportion of people without access to safe drinking water

(reaffirmation of Millennium Development Goal)

(Sanitation)

Halve, by the year 2015, the proportion of people who do not have access to basic sanitation