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Here's how we can provide water and sanitation to all
- WEF Forum
- A quarter of people on the planet still lack the basic human right of access to water, a new report by the world's major humanitarian charities warns.
- Providing water and sanitation for everyone is one of the Sustainable Development Goals agreed by all 193 of the United Nations' Member States in 2015.
- More than two billion people gained access to safe drinking water over the past two decades but more still needs to be done, the report urges.
- It contains actionable recommendations for governments and partners aimed at increasing funding for safer systems, and strengthening capacities to plan, coordinate and regulate service provision.