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A woman washing her hands outside her latrine 

Sanitation

2.3 billion people in the world – one in three – do not have an adequate toilet.
(WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP) Report 2017)

Since 2004, we have reached 25.1 million people with sanitation.
(WaterAid, WaterAid Annual Review 2016/17)

 

Water

844 million people in the world do not have access to clean water.
(WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP) Report 2017)

Since 1981 we have reached 25.8 million people with clean water.
(WaterAid, WaterAid Annual Review 2016/17)

Mary from Malawi with her young child Faith 

Health

42% of healthcare facilities in Africa do not have access to clean water.
(WHO/UNICEF, 2015)

Hygiene promotion is the most cost-effective health intervention according to the World Bank.
(Disease Control Priorities, third edition (volume 2): Reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health, 2016)

A girl and a boy wash their hands in front of a toilet block 

Hygiene

If everyone everywhere had clean water, the number of diarrhoeal deaths would be cut by 34%.
(Prüss-Ustün A, Bartram J, Clasen T et al.)

Just £15 can help provide one person with access to clean water.
(WASHCost and WaterAid, 2014).