Keep watch on water and sanitation

Select a country to view water and sanitation commitments, policies and statistics. Select multiple countries to compare progress.

 

About WASHwatch

A strong country-led monitoring and review system is necessary to reach universal access to water and sanitation by 2030. WASHwatch.org facilitates collaboration so that monitoring of government and donor WASH commitments is transparent, inclusive, efficient and iterative. 

 

About Monitoring WASH commitments

Learn all about the sector global, regional and national declarations, and how is progress measured:

  • The MDGs/SDGs
  • The Human Rights to water and sanitation
  • The Regional "SAN" conferences
  • The SWA commitments...
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Economic Impacts of Inadequate Sanitation, Laos, 2009

Posted on 11 February 2016
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At 48% in 2005, improved sanitation coverage in Lao PDR is below the regional average for Southeast As... read more

Human resource gaps and shortages in the water and sanitation sector, Laos, 2014

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Although 33% of the population lack access to safe water and 37% have no sanitation facilities, there ... read more

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Upcoming Activities

20 February 2016: Next open WASHwatch webinar. Discover all WASHwatch opportunities. 

9-11 March 2016: 4th Latin American Sanitation Conference (LATINOSAN IV).