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Statistical table for JMP 2014 report
Statistical table for JMP 2014 report
28 pages
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JMP 2013 update report
JMP 2013 update report
40 pages
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JMP 2013 report in French
JMP 2013 report in French
40 pages
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JMP 2013 report in Spanish
JMP 2013 report in Spanish
40 pages
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Progress on drinking water and sanitation: 2012 update
MDG assessment report (2012) - English version
66 pages
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Progrès en matière d’alimentation en eau et d’assainissement : rapport 2012
JMP 2012 report in French
62 pages
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Progresos en materia de agua potable y saneamiento: informe de actualización 2012
JMP 2012 update report in Spanish
68 pages
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Progress on sanitation and drinking-water, 2010 update
60 pages
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Progrès en matière d’assainissement et d’alimentation en eau: rapport 2010
64 pages
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Progresos en materia de saneamiento y agua, informe de actualizacion 2010
JMP 2010 report Spanish version
64 pages
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MDG assessment report (2008)
As 2008 was the International Year of Sanitation (IYS), the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation (JMP) took the opportunity to make sanitation a major focus in its 2008 update report, entitled Progress in Drinking-water and Sanitation: special focus on sanitation. This report details global progress towards the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) target for drinking-water and sanitation, and analyses what these trends suggest for the remainder of the UN Decade "Water for Life" (2005 - 2015). It introduces a new way of assessing global, regional and country progress using the «ladder» concept for both sanitation and drinking-water. For sanitation, trends in using improved, shared, and unimproved sanitation facilities are shown, in addition to the trend in open defecation. The drinking-water ladder shows the percentage of global population using piped connections into a dwelling, plot or yard; other improved water sources; and unimproved sources. The intention is to continue refining the «ladders» in future reports. This report aims at helping policy-makers, scientists and others who wish to build sector capacity at national and sub-national levels. Please note that the figures found in the 2008 MDG assessment report may differ from those found on this web site, since the web-site data are regularly updated.
58 pages
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MDG assessment report (2008) - French version
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58 pages
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MDG assessment report (2008) - Spanish version
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31 pages
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MDG assessment report (2006)
The present report analyses how access to drinking water and sanitation services is evolving. A special focus is given to the trends observed in urban and rural areas and how these are related to the likelihood of achieving the MDG drinking water and sanitation target.
47 pages
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MDG assessment report (2006) - French version
Atteindre l'OMD relatif à l'eau potable et à l'assainissement: le défi urbain et rural de la décennie.
48 pages
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MDG assessment report (2006) - Spanish version
La meta de los ODM relativa al agua potable y el saneamiento: el reto del decenio para zonas urbanas y rurales.
48 pages
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Water for Life: making it happen (2005)
The present report makes it clear that achieving the target of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation would bring a payback worth many times the investment involved. It would also bring health, dignity and transformed lives to many millions of the world’s poorest people.
44 pages
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MDG mid-term assessment report (2004)
The present report, JMP Report 2004, was prepared by the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP). It is intended as a «reality check» for individual countries and the international community on how far we have come, and where we need to focus next, to achieve the 2015 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The report provides coverage data for water and sanitation for 1990 and 2002 at national, regional and global levels, as well as an analysis of trends towards 2015. Although published in 2004, the report covers progress towards the seventh MDG up to the year 2002. This is the last year for which comprehensive data are available and it represents the halfway mark towards the 2015 MDG deadline, because the baseline year for most of the MDG targets, water and sanitation targets included, was set as 1990, This report also marked the beginning of a more frequent reporting cycle, which will be helpful to policy-makers, scientists and others who wish to build sector capacity at national and subnational levels.
36 pages
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MDG mid-term assessment report (2004) - French version
Atteindre les OMD en matière d'eau potable et d'assainissement: évaluation des progrès à mi-parcours
36 pages
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MDG mid-term assessment report (2004) - Spanish version
Alcanzar los ODM en materia de agua potable y saneamiento: evaluacion a mitad de periodo de los progresos realizados.
36 pages
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Global assessment 2000
At the end of the International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade, WHO and UNICEF decided to combine their experience and resources in a Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation. At its inception, the overall aim of the Joint Monitoring Programme was to improve planning and management within countries by supporting countries in monitoring the water and sanitation sector. This concept evolved and the JMP included within its aims the recurrent preparation of global assessments of the water supply and sanitation sector. The Global Water Supply and Sanitation Assessment 2000 (GWSSA) report provides a global picture, analyses sector performance and the situation in large cities before looking at the challenges that lie ahead. It then covers the whole world through presentation of data from six regions (Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, Northern America and Oceania).
87 pages
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