Country comparison

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Group total
Sweden
United Kingdom
Declarations & Commitments
Donors
0.7% of GNI to ODA 1 commitment
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Have they spent 0.7% of GNI on ODA?
0
No Commitment
1
Domestic commitment through legislation or policy
N/A
1.00
× 50%
1.00
× 50%
Has the government committed to spending 0.7% of GNI on ODA?
0
Under 0.4% of GNI spending on ODA
0.5
0.4% or more of GNI spending on ODA
1
0.7% or most of GNI spending on ODA
N/A
1.00
× 50%
1.00
× 50%
Global
Sustainable Development Goals 6 commitments
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0 00
0 00
1 11
1 11
0 00
MDG 7 - Water and Sanitation 2 commitments
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WASH in Health Care Facilities 11 commitments
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Statistics
General
Population
Source: World Bank
76M 10.1M (2017) 66.0M (2017)
% of Population living in Urban Environment 85.14 87 (2017) 83 (2017)
General Finance Flows
Total Official Development Assistance Disbursed ($USD in millions)
Source: OECD-DAC Creditor Reporting System
To discover our methodology for how we present ODA data read our blog: Changing Statistics: How We Report Official Development Assistance Data
16K 3.81K (2017) 11.80K (2017)
Total Official Development Assistance (ODA) as % of Gross National Income (GNI) 0.86 1.02 (2017) 0.70 (2017)
Total Official Development Assistance Committed ($USD Millions)
Source: WASHwatch calculations based on data from OECD-DAC Creditor Reporting System
To discover our methodology for how we present ODA data read our blog: Changing Statistics: How We Report Official Development Assistance Data
N/A 3.50K (2017) 7.50K (2017)
% of Official Development Assistance disbursed in the form of loans
Source: WASHwatch calculations based on data from OECD-DAC Creditor Reporting System
To discover our methodology for how we present ODA data read our blog: Changing Statistics: How We Report Official Development Assistance Data
0.12 0 (2017) 0.24 (2017)
% of Official Development Assistance disbursed in the form of grants
Source: WASHwatch calculations based on data from OECD-DAC Creditor Reporting System
To discover our methodology for how we present ODA data read our blog: Changing Statistics: How We Report Official Development Assistance Data
99.23 98.8 (2017) 99.7 (2017)
WASH Finance Flows
Total Official Development Assistance (ODA) Disbursed Spent on Water and Sanitation ($USD in Millions)
Source: WASHwatch calculations based on data from OECD-DAC Creditor Reporting System
To discover our methodology for how we present ODA data read our blog: Changing Statistics: How We Report Official Development Assistance Data
252.96 62 (2017) 191 (2017)
% of the Total Official Development Assistance Disbursed Spent on Water and Sanitation
Source: WASHwatch calculations based on data from OECD-DAC Creditor Reporting System
To discover our methodology for how we present ODA data read our blog: Changing Statistics: How We Report Official Development Assistance Data
1.62 2 (2017) 2 (2017)
% of Official Development Assistance (ODA) to Water and Sanitation Spent on the Least Developed Countries
Source: WASHwatch calculations based on data from OECD-DAC Creditor Reporting System. Least Developed Country definition derived from OECD data.
To discover our methodology for how we present ODA data read our blog: Changing Statistics: How We Report Official Development Assistance Data
36.84 15.3 (2017) 58.3 (2017)
% of Official Development Assistance (ODA) to Water and Sanitation Spent in WASHwatch's Top Ten Priority Countries
Source: WASHwatch calculations based on data from OECD-DAC Creditor Reporting System
WASHwatch Top Ten Priority Countries: Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Chad, Eritrea, Madagascar, Niger, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, South Sudan and Sudan. To discover our methodology for selecting these countries read our blog: Identifying the top ten countries in need of WASH financing
To discover our methodology for how we present ODA data read our blog: Changing Statistics: How We Report Official Development Assistance Data
7.70 0 (2016) 15.40 (2016)
% of Official Development Assistance spent on WASH disbursed in the form of loans
Source: WASHwatch calculations based on data from OECD-DAC Creditor Reporting System
To discover our methodology for how we present ODA data read our blog: Changing Statistics: How We Report Official Development Assistance Data
0.48 0 (2017) 0.97 (2017)
% of Official Development Assistance spent on WASH disbursed in the form of grants
Source: WASHwatch calculations based on data from OECD-DAC Creditor Reporting System
To discover our methodology for how we present ODA data read our blog: Changing Statistics: How We Report Official Development Assistance Data
99.38 100.0 (2017) 98.8 (2017)
WASH Finance Flows by System
% of WASH Official Development Assistance spent on ‘Water Supply and Sanitation – Large Systems’
Source: WASHwatch calculations based on data from OECD-DAC Creditor Reporting System
To discover our methodology for how we present ODA data read our blog: Changing Statistics: How We Report Official Development Assistance Data
20.40 28.7 (2016) 12.1 (2016)
% of WASH Official Development Assistance spent on ‘Water Supply – Large Systems’
Source: WASHwatch calculations based on data from OECD-DAC Creditor Reporting System
To discover our methodology for how we present ODA data read our blog: Changing Statistics: How We Report Official Development Assistance Data
4.42 4.08 (2017) 4.76 (2017)
% of WASH Official Development Assistance spent on ‘Sanitation– Large Systems’
Source: WASHwatch calculations based on data from OECD-DAC Creditor Reporting System
To discover our methodology for how we present ODA data read our blog: Changing Statistics: How We Report Official Development Assistance Data
1.53 2.82 (2017) 0.24 (2017)
% of WASH Official Development Assistance spent on ‘Basic Drinking Water Supply and Basic Sanitation’
Source: WASHwatch calculations based on data from OECD-DAC Creditor Reporting System
To discover our methodology for how we present ODA data read our blog: Changing Statistics: How We Report Official Development Assistance Data
36.79 58.1 (2017) 15.5 (2017)
% of WASH Official Development Assistance spent on ‘Basic Drinking Water Supply’
Source: WASHwatch calculations based on data from OECD-DAC Creditor Reporting System
To discover our methodology for how we present ODA data read our blog: Changing Statistics: How We Report Official Development Assistance Data
18.81 4.2 (2017) 33.4 (2017)
% of WASH Official Development Assistance spent on ‘Basic Sanitation’
Source: WASHwatch calculations based on data from OECD-DAC Creditor Reporting System
To discover our methodology for how we present ODA data read our blog: Changing Statistics: How We Report Official Development Assistance Data
12.68 0 (2017) 25.4 (2017)
% of WASH Official Development Assistance spent on ‘Education and Training in Water Supply and Sanitation’
Source: WASHwatch calculations based on data from OECD-DAC Creditor Reporting System
To discover our methodology for how we present ODA data read our blog: Changing Statistics: How We Report Official Development Assistance Data
7.05 7.08 (2017) 7.03 (2017)
Water
Total number of people lacking access to 'at least basic' water
Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation Note: 'At least basic' water refers to 'basic' drinking water that is from an improved source, provided collection time is not more than 30 minutes for a round trip, including queuing. It also includes 'safety managed' water where data is available which refers to drinking water from an improved water source that is located on premises, available when needed and free from faecal and priority chemical contamination.
No data 0 (2017) 0 (2017)
% of Population with access to 'at least basic' water
Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation Note: 'At least basic' water refers to 'basic' drinking water that is from an improved source, provided collection time is not more than 30 minutes for a round trip, including queuing. It also includes 'safety managed' water where data is available which refers to drinking water from an improved water source that is located on premises, available when needed and free from faecal and priority chemical contamination.
100.00 100 (2017) 100 (2017)
% of Population with access to 'safely managed' water
Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation Note: ‘Safely managed’ water refers to drinking water from an improved water source that is located on premises, available when needed and free from faecal and priority chemical contamination.
99.96 99.9 (2017) 100.0 (2017)
% of Population using 'limited' water source
Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation Note: ‘Limited’ water source refers to drinking water from an improved source for which collection time exceeds 30 minutes for a round trip including queuing.
No data 0 (2017) 0 (2017)
% of Population using an 'unimproved' water source
Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation Note: ‘Unimproved’ water source refers to drinking water from an unprotected dug well or unprotected spring.
No data 0 (2017) 0 (2017)
% of Population using surface water
Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation Note: ‘Surface water’ refers to drinking water directly from a river, dam, lake, pond, stream, canal or irrigation canal.
No data 0 (2017) 0 (2017)
% of rural population with access to 'at least basic' water
Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation Note: 'At least basic' water refers to 'basic' drinking water that is from an improved source, provided collection time is not more than 30 minutes for a round trip, including queuing. It also includes 'safety managed' water where data is available which refers to drinking water from an improved water source that is located on premises, available when needed and free from faecal and priority chemical contamination.
100.00 100 (2017) 100 (2017)
% of urban population with access to 'at least basic' water
Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation Note: 'At least basic' water refers to 'basic' drinking water that is from an improved source, provided collection time is not more than 30 minutes for a round trip, including queuing. It also includes 'safety managed' water where data is available which refers to drinking water from an improved water source that is located on premises, available when needed and free from faecal and priority chemical contamination.
100.00 100 (2017) 100 (2017)
Sanitation
Total number of people lacking access to 'at least basic' sanitation
Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation Note: 'At least basic' sanitation refers to 'basic' sanitation that is the use of improved facilities that are not shared with other households. It also includes 'safety managed' sanitation where data is available which refers to sanitation facilities that are improved facilities not shared with other households and where excreta are safely disposed of in situ or transported and treated off site.
329K 70K (2017) 589K (2017)
% of Population with access to 'safely managed' sanitation
Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation Note: ‘Safely managed’ sanitation refers to improved sanitation facilities that are not shared with other households and where excreta are safely disposed of in situ or transported and treated off site.
95.57 93.4 (2017) 97.8 (2017)
% of Population with access to 'at least basic' sanitation
Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation Note: 'At least basic' sanitation refers to 'basic' sanitation that is the use of improved facilities that are not shared with other households. It also includes 'safety managed' sanitation where data is available which refers to sanitation facilities that are improved facilities not shared with other households and where excreta are safely disposed of in situ or transported and treated off site.
99.20 99.3 (2017) 99.1 (2017)
% of Population using 'limited' sanitation service
Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation Note: ‘Limited’ sanitation facilities refers to improved facilities shared between two or more households.
0.71 0.70 (2017) 0.72 (2017)
% of Population using an 'unimproved' sanitation service
Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation Note: ‘Unimproved’ sanitation facilities refers to the use of pit latrines without a slab or platform, hanging latrines or bucket latrines.
0.09 0.01 (2017) 0.17 (2017)
% of Population who defecate in the open
Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation Note: ‘Open Defecation’ refers to the disposal of human faeces in fields, forests, bushes, open bodies of water, beaches or other open spaces, or with solid waste.
No data 0 (2017) 0 (2017)
% of rural population with access to 'at least basic' sanitation
Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation Note: 'At least basic' sanitation refers to 'basic' sanitation that is the use of improved facilities that are not shared with other households. It also includes 'safety managed' sanitation where data is available which refers to sanitation facilities that are improved facilities not shared with other households and where excreta are safely disposed of in situ or transported and treated off site.
99.56 99.6 (2017) 99.5 (2017)
% of urban population with access to 'at least basic' sanitation
Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation Note: 'At least basic' sanitation refers to 'basic' sanitation that is the use of improved facilities that are not shared with other households. It also includes 'safety managed' sanitation where data is available which refers to sanitation facilities that are improved facilities not shared with other households and where excreta are safely disposed of in situ or transported and treated off site.
99.14 99.2 (2017) 99.0 (2017)
Health
Life Expectancy at Birth (Years) 81.58 82.2 (2016) 81.0 (2016)
Total number of deaths due to diarrhoeal diseases among children aged under 5 years 22.02 2.5 (2017) 19.5 (2017)
Total number of deaths due to diarrhoeal diseases caused by poor WASH among children aged under 5 years
Source: WASHwatch Calculations based on data from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017 and Prüss-Ustün et al (2014). Read our blog on WASH related Diarrhoeal Disease to learn more.
12.77 1.47 (2017) 11.30 (2017)