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South Asia - Today’s water supply and sanitation sector challenges in South Asia (English)

84 percent of the population has access to water supply and 67 percent has access to sanitation. South Asia has made significant strides in improving access to physical infrastructure, but this has not translated into improving service delivery to the poor. Continued urban population growth is likely to further increase the gap between the served and unserved. Water and sanitation are basic services needed by all. South Asia has made excellent progress in providing access to water supply infrastructure, but progress has been slower in providing sanitation.

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South Asia - Today’s water supply and sanitation sector challenges in South Asia (English). Water and sanitation program Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/608981467987844806/South-Asia-Today-s-water-supply-and-sanitation-sector-challenges-in-South-Asia