PRSP Process - Bangladesh. Civil society comments on the iPRSP (December 2002) Water, Sanitation and Hygiene education for all . An overview. Water In Bangladesh 74% of the population have access to safe drinking water (considering arsenic contamination of ground water)
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Civil society comments on the
iPRSP (December 2002)
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene education for all
One of the main causes of water borne diseases are faecal- oral transmission.
The 3 main diseases for child mortality are Pneumonia, Diarrhoeal and Dysentery
Improved and safe water supply and sanitation services will be emphasized for
Following the National Water Supply and Sanitation Policy 1998, a development framework will be worked out to address the issues in a comprehensive manner.
Reduce under-five mortality by two-thirds
Improve lives of 100 million slum dwellers
Half the number of people without access to water supply and sanitation
Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger
What do we, as sector actors, want to incorporate about water, sanitation and hygiene in the full PRSP?
As sector actors, where do we want to see safe WSSanHy in the full PRSP, what section, chapter, approaches?
As sector actors do we want to add a separate goal in the full PRSP about safe WSSanHyP, and if so, what would that stated goal be?