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The Human Rights to Water and Sanitation in Practice

Findings and Lessons Learned from the Work on Equitable Access to Water and Sanitation under the Protocol on Water and Health in the Pan-European Region

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This publication capitalizes on the findings and lessons learned so far from the work on equitable access to water and sanitation under the UNECE / WHO Regional Office for Europe Protocol on Water and Health. It features the experiences of eleven countries from the pan-European region that have established baseline measures of their situation with regard to equitable access to water and sanitation. This was achieved through multi-stakeholders’ self-assessment processes by looking at geographical disparities, specific barriers faced by vulnerable and marginalized groups, affordability concerns, as well as the governance framework.

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Equitable access country highlights: self-assessments, actions and financing to improve equitable access to water and sanitation

Presented as country summaries, this chapter highlights the work carried out under the Protocol in eleven countries of the pan-European region to improve equitable access to water and sanitation. For each country, it summarizes the key findings and lessons learned from the process of self-assessment of equitable access to water and sanitation, as well as actions taken in these countries to improve equitable access to water and sanitation, including through the development of dedicated Equitable Access Action Plans where relevant. It also provides information on the financing of equitable access to water and sanitation in each country.

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