The measurement and monitoring of water supply, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) affordability: a missing element of monitoring of sustainable development goal targets
From 2018 to 2020 UNICEF and WHO led an initiative to explore how affordability can be understood and monitored for water, sanitation and hygiene. A panel of experts was invited to contribute to the initiative at key moments. Published literature was reviewed, concepts and methodologies developed and country case studies conducted, to explore underlying concepts and practical applications to enable global and national monitoring.
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You know your fridge is in need of a serious spring cleaning when you find leftover turkey from Christmas hiding at the very back of your overstocked shelves. Or worse… leftover pumpkin pie. While deep cleaning your fridge is an excellent way to declutter, disinfect and reorganize your fridge, it’s a huge task that tends to result in unnecessary waste that contributes to our landfills. Plus it requires a lot of cleaning supplies that often contain toxic chemicals harmful to the environment.
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