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  • Good progress
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  • Little progress
Afghanistan
Commitment
1 - Work progressively to recognize the right to sanitation in programmes and projects and eventually in legislation.
Decided at SACOSAN IV, 2011.
0.5

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Has progress been made towards recognizing sanitation as a human right?
0
No, no action taken
0.5
Yes, process started/some action taken
1
Yes, action implemented and maintained
0.50
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SACOSAN Traffic Light Paper

At SACOSAN IV in 2011, 13 commitments to end the sanitation crisis in the South Asia Region were made by participating governments. This paper is an attempt to record and evaluate progress made.