WASH indicators by location
iRHIS retrieval date:
September 18, 2020, 16:00 UTC

LEAVE NO ONE BEHIND SDG6

Safely Managed Water (6.1.1) 1

71%

Global Average

35%

Refugee Average
Safely Managed Sanitation (6.2.1) 1

45%

Global Average

17%

Refugee Average

WASH Dashboard Overview

27
Number of countries
176
Number of sites
4,346,169
Number of refugees
WASH indicators summarized by location
  • Algeria
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Auserd
    Boujdour
    Dakhla
    Layounne
    Smara
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    18,638061681001005944642May 2020100963598981009450December 2020
    9,60100201001005944331May 202010080169595919250December 2019
    10,870049381001005984374May 202010094739595956950December 2019
    25,503001010010058851,275May 202099631096961009450December 2019
    25,3890982310010058751,493May 202099992999991009750December 2019
    90,001 0 46 30 100 100 5 91 5 996 99 85 29 97 97 98 91 50
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 90,001 MD 97%

    There is currently an average of 30 l/p/day and 5 persons/toilet for 90,001 refugees in 5 sites in Algeria.

    Algeria
    Total site population 90,001
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 30
    Average number of persons per toilet 5
    Total sites 5
  • Angola
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Lunda Norte
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    6,361034328100MD6619302August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    6,361 0 343 28 100 0 6 61 9 302 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 6,361 MD 100%

    There is currently an average of 28 l/p/day and 6 persons/toilet for 6,361 refugees in 1 sites in Angola.

    Angola
    Total site population 6,361
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 28
    Average number of persons per toilet 6
    Total sites 1
  • Bangladesh
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Camp 17
    Camp 1E
    Camp 1w
    Camp 21
    Camp 26
    Camp 27
    Camp 2E
    Camp 2W
    Camp 3
    Camp 4
    Camp 4 Ext(123)
    Camp 5
    Kutupalong
    NayaparaRC
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    16,33600137N/AMD100151,361May 202099371789921850December 2019
    37,782009385MD250541,111May 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    37,9960079100MD290561,117May 20209937178MD21850December 2018
    16,468005181MD17050823May 202099371789921850December 2018
    40,6270042N/A7425041700May 202099371789921850December 2018
    14,9140083N/AMD130290May 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    25,657006687MD27051641May 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    23,5860057N/AMD310600May 202099371789921850December 2018
    35,598008695MD22033583May 202099371789921850December 2018
    29,85900104N/AMD13028377May 202099371789921850December 2018
    6,836004586MD12017569May 202099371789921850December 2018
    24,43700981005714031763May 202099371789921850December 2018
    16,7130035N/AMD17066464May 202099371789921850December 2018
    22,5850039N/AMD21091434May 202099371789921850December 2018
    349,394 0 0 74 49 13 21 0 46 679 99 37 17 8 99 21 85 0
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 349,394 MD 0%

    There is currently an average of 74 l/p/day and 21 persons/toilet for 349,394 refugees in 14 sites in Bangladesh.

    Bangladesh
    Total site population 349,394
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 74
    Average number of persons per toilet 21
    Total sites 14
  • Burkina Faso
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Mentao
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    5,4274934924N/A852610471,356July 202010010020858590960November 2018
    5,427 493 49 24 0 85 26 10 47 1,356 100 100 20 85 85 90 96 0
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 5,427 MD 10%

    There is currently an average of 24 l/p/day and 26 persons/toilet for 5,427 refugees in 1 sites in Burkina Faso.

    Burkina Faso
    Total site population 5,427
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 24
    Average number of persons per toilet 26
    Total sites 1
  • Cameroon
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Borgop
    Gado
    Lolo
    Mbile
    Minawao
    Ngam
    Ngarisingo
    Timangolo
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    12,299473016N/A10015015307August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    26,57349214515929726138501August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    12,25143315015N/A10023229395August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    13,241631012N/A10024238472August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    67,2915001,22015N/A100241626841June 2020966094790744325December 2019
    6,66739716018100MD12116190August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    1,240413017N/AMD14011413July 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    6,95044613810N/A10023716365July 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    146,512 495 613 15 21 94 23 8 28 608 96 60 9 47 90 74 43 25
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 146,512 MD 21%

    There is currently an average of 15 l/p/day and 23 persons/toilet for 146,512 refugees in 8 sites in Cameroon.

    Cameroon
    Total site population 146,512
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 15
    Average number of persons per toilet 23
    Total sites 8
  • Chad
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Amboko
    Amnabak
    Beakoro
    Bekan
    Bekourou
    Belom
    Bredjing
    Dar Es Salam
    Dembo
    Diba
    Dilingala
    Djabal
    Doholo
    Dosseye
    Farchana
    Gaga
    Gon
    Gondje
    Goz Amer
    Iridimi
    Kerfi
    Kouchaguine-Moura
    Kounoungou
    Mile
    Moyo
    Oure Cassoni
    Silambi
    Touloum
    Treguine
    Vom
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    9,830427027100MD57551,966December 20199910026559175710November 2018
    23,8370322121001001331124,767December 201910010013778532800November 2018
    234234051N/AMD212021117December 2019MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    3,0931,031011N/AMD381042618December 2019MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    1,236618019N/AMD172117247December 2019MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    21,651504031100MD66064,330December 20199210031859136650November 2018
    47,5590264141001001141104,755December 20199810016909382620November 2018
    15,19045194211008913259421July 20209910029929958310November 2018
    2,929732016N/AMD311231585December 2019MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    2,680670017N/AMD9289536December 2019MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    2,300767015N/AMD35939460December 2019MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    23,923011419100100104894,784December 201910010022889264660November 2018
    6,058505033100MD56951,211December 201910010030859781550November 2018
    13,895347035100MD58252,779December 201910010031788184630November 2018
    29,56103791410010075874,223December 20196010013879287670November 2018
    25,39206051410010075974,232December 20195910016919278490November 2018
    2,4901,24509N/AMD59569498December 2019MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    7,992320038100MD67161,598December 201910010034528059750November 2018
    36,839695017100MD95186,139December 20199810020708787860November 2018
    20,8340151141001001235114,166December 20199710016838443760November 2018
    1,365273039N/AMD5665455December 2019100100427510075500November 2018
    5,4470017N/AMD480480March 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    19,9830227151001001235123,996December 20199910016969979850November 2018
    21,0560160141001001429134,211December 201910010015959782850November 2018
    8,560342041100MD66951,712December 201910010043547890530November 2018
    31,11002071810010084586,222December 20199910017899350660November 2018
    647324037N/AMD93890December 2019MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    25,8310166151001001432135,166December 20198910016658561800November 2018
    25,411941013100MD76174,235December 20193110015899274530November 2018
    1,158579020N/AMD7397231December 2019MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    438,091 226 166 18 95 65 11 46 10 4,118 89 100 19 83 90 69 68 0
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 438,091 MD 46%

    There is currently an average of 18 l/p/day and 11 persons/toilet for 438,091 refugees in 30 sites in Chad.

    Chad
    Total site population 438,091
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 18
    Average number of persons per toilet 11
    Total sites 30
  • Colombia
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Maicao
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    5700019N/AMD80160June 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    570 0 0 19 0 0 8 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 570 MD 0%

    There is currently an average of 19 l/p/day and 8 persons/toilet for 570 refugees in 1 sites in Colombia.

    Colombia
    Total site population 570
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 19
    Average number of persons per toilet 8
    Total sites 1
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Bili
    Biringi (Aru)
    Boyabo
    Boyabu
    Inke
    Kaka (Dungu)
    Lusenda
    Meri (Aba)
    Mole
    Mulongwe (Baraka)
    Nambili (Doruma)
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    9,8430017N/A1001139151,640July 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    7,2311,42501810010094110803May 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    15,3406670171001002118323,835May 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    15,3405680211001002117322,556July 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    18,578688017100403312613,096July 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    2,0271,239016100100301028506May 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    30,0510020N/AMD104401,502March 2020100217539446390September 2019
    24,3383,0990141001001523131,521May 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    15,61500101001002416322,602July 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    8,6030020N/A10075018452May 2020100186777941370September 2019
    5,853732020100MD2319271,463May 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    152,819 813 0 17 68 69 18 27 23 2,053 100 20 7 58 90 45 38 0
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 152,819 MD 11%

    There is currently an average of 17 l/p/day and 18 persons/toilet for 152,819 refugees in 11 sites in Democratic Republic of the Congo.

    Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Total site population 152,819
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 17
    Average number of persons per toilet 18
    Total sites 11
  • Djibouti
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Ali Adde
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    16,1474,0377514N/A1001035570January 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    16,147 4,037 75 14 0 100 10 35 57 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 16,147 MD 0%

    There is currently an average of 14 l/p/day and 10 persons/toilet for 16,147 refugees in 1 sites in Djibouti.

    Djibouti
    Total site population 16,147
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 14
    Average number of persons per toilet 10
    Total sites 1
  • Ethiopia
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Adi Harush
    Aysaita
    Bambasi
    Barahle
    Bokolmanyo
    Buramino
    Fugnido
    Fugnido 2
    Gure-Shembola
    Hilaweyn
    Hitsats
    Jewi
    Kobe
    Kule
    Mai Aini
    Melkadida
    Ngueyyiel
    Okugo
    Sheder
    Sherkole
    Shimelba
    Tierkidi
    Tongo
    Tsore Camp (Assosa)
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    16,68107911100100105928834January 202098747909491980December 2017
    20,9030155181001002547524,180January 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    17,7660581910010067861,184June 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    19,6620113101001002130431,512January 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    26,826010421N/A100361541160July 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    33,515012615N/A100341658237July 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    43,71907419N/A100124140993August 2020100MD14MD862354MDDecember 2017
    9,42404821N/A1001240181,047August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    8,866067191001001029211,773June 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    35,880011518N/A100451360358July 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    13,6696,83511412100100135512804January 2020773912749399960December 2017
    59,220012316N/A100173229987August 202010096139710093MD0September 2018
    30,857011125N/A100201936200July 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    45,815014118N/A100172991532August 2020100MD993944866MDDecember 2017
    14,2750991410010086321713January 20201007711858798990December 2017
    34,73008519N/A100241548224July 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    83,988014019N/A1001532151,024August 20201005914838647480November 2018
    11,85809620N/A10013190539August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    11,687015917N/A47133902,337November 2019MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    11,017071191001008518612May 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    7,90201101910010076121658January 2020100MD27809777100MDDecember 2017
    65,260020917N/A10027172741,069August 2020100MD1192956057MDDecember 2017
    10,637056221001007599590June 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    14,9530110181001008628747June 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    649,110 144 121 18 24 99 20 32 59 898 99 72 12 89 92 61 63 0
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 649,110 MD 18%

    There is currently an average of 18 l/p/day and 20 persons/toilet for 649,110 refugees in 24 sites in Ethiopia.

    Ethiopia
    Total site population 649,110
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 18
    Average number of persons per toilet 20
    Total sites 24
  • Ghana
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Ampain
    Egyeikrom
    Fetentaa
    Krisan
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    3,26510039228310023034192August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    1,4157087957N/AMD13013108August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    9650621750251022796August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    8101351011850861302115June 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    6,455 223 59 28 56 65 18 0 24 150 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 6,455 MD 0%

    There is currently an average of 28 l/p/day and 18 persons/toilet for 6,455 refugees in 4 sites in Ghana.

    Ghana
    Total site population 6,455
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 28
    Average number of persons per toilet 18
    Total sites 4
  • Iraq
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Arbat
    Basirma
    Kawergosk
    Qushtapa
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    9,0010411410010049140July 202010010095100100771000December 2019
    2,5570611510010051005852August 202010010089100100100100100December 2019
    7,7210521810010051005965August 202010010075100100100100100December 2019
    8,23305115100100510051,029August 202010010079100100100100100December 2019
    27,512 0 5 144 100 100 5 97 5 658 100 100 84 100 100 92 100 100
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 27,512 MD 100%

    There is currently an average of 144 l/p/day and 5 persons/toilet for 27,512 refugees in 4 sites in Iraq.

    Iraq
    Total site population 27,512
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 144
    Average number of persons per toilet 5
    Total sites 4
  • Jordan
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Za'atri *
    Azraq *
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    78,0000458100100310052,600September 2019MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    0000N/AMD0000MD84MD23MD9996100MDJanuary 2018
    78,000 0 4 58 100 100 3 100 5 2,600 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

    * Based on UNICEF Jordan data

    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 78,000 MD 100%

    There is currently an average of 58 l/p/day and 3 persons/toilet for 78,000 refugees in 2 sites in Jordan.

    Jordan
    Total site population 78,000
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 58
    Average number of persons per toilet 3
    Total sites 2
  • Kenya
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Dagahaley
    Hagadera
    Ifo
    Kakuma
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    79,05209429N/A10077701,882August 2020100MD1594966878MDMarch 2018
    82,44309927N/A10058801,962August 2020100MD1394968381MDMarch 2018
    74,77606535N/A10077401,780August 2020100MD2894967973MDMarch 2018
    156,8710022N/AMD11000May 202010040178989828184December 2019
    393,142 0 52 27 0 60 8 48 0 1,128 100 40 18 92 93 79 79 84
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 393,142 MD 48%

    There is currently an average of 27 l/p/day and 8 persons/toilet for 393,142 refugees in 4 sites in Kenya.

    Kenya
    Total site population 393,142
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 27
    Average number of persons per toilet 8
    Total sites 4
  • Malawi
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Dzaleka
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    44,8091,061756N/AMD83714157January 202099581283100368443December 2019
    44,809 1,061 75 6 0 0 8 37 14 157 99 58 12 83 100 36 84 43
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 44,809 MD 83%

    There is currently an average of 6 l/p/day and 8 persons/toilet for 44,809 refugees in 1 sites in Malawi.

    Malawi
    Total site population 44,809
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 6
    Average number of persons per toilet 8
    Total sites 1
  • Mozambique
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Maratane
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    9,53862201,489N/AMD5650476September 202010076177881547171December 2019
    9,538 622 0 1,489 0 0 5 65 0 476 100 76 17 78 81 54 71 71
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 9,538 MD 78%

    There is currently an average of 1,489 l/p/day and 5 persons/toilet for 9,538 refugees in 1 sites in Mozambique.

    Mozambique
    Total site population 9,538
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 1,489
    Average number of persons per toilet 5
    Total sites 1
  • Namibia
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Osire
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    5,6791101027100MD106428111August 2020979916689685520October 2019
    5,679 110 10 27 100 0 10 64 28 111 97 99 16 68 96 85 52 0
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 5,679 MD 68%

    There is currently an average of 27 l/p/day and 10 persons/toilet for 5,679 refugees in 1 sites in Namibia.

    Namibia
    Total site population 5,679
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 27
    Average number of persons per toilet 10
    Total sites 1
  • Niger
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Abala
    Ayourou
    Dan Dadji Makau
    Garin Kaka
    Guidan Roumji
    Intékan
    Mangaizé
    Ouallam
    Sayam Forage Camp
    Tabareybarey
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    15,46402318N/AMD2116915,464August 202010027151445450December 2018
    10,72101,34010N/AMD105410510,721August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    1,3190030N/AMD190280April 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    1,0230039N/AMD360340April 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    4550043N/AMD250250April 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    19,99801328N/AMD6221576,666August 2020100MD27650429MDNovember 2019
    7,390028417N/AMD510387,390December 201996402411116440December 2018
    5,45402279N/AMD14702275,454August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    17,09502471310096231402,849July 2020100593709269920August 2018
    10,721020214N/AMD158015310,721January 2020100351221MD62140December 2018
    89,640 0 338 12 19 18 67 4 96 8,204 100 41 24 12 45 29 47 0
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 89,640 MD 4%

    There is currently an average of 12 l/p/day and 67 persons/toilet for 89,640 refugees in 10 sites in Niger.

    Niger
    Total site population 89,640
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 12
    Average number of persons per toilet 67
    Total sites 10
  • Nigeria
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Adagom
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    17,056031612N/A10054367852June 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    17,056 0 316 12 0 100 54 3 67 852 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 17,056 MD 0%

    There is currently an average of 12 l/p/day and 54 persons/toilet for 17,056 refugees in 1 sites in Nigeria.

    Nigeria
    Total site population 17,056
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 12
    Average number of persons per toilet 54
    Total sites 1
  • Republic of Congo
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    15 Avril
    Bouemba
    Betou
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    2,812165018N/A7131340468July 202010025172710051970December 2019
    2,78747612217N/A83132512232August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    0000N/AMD0000MD936923989877990December 2019
    5,599 320 61 18 0 77 22 14 26 351 100 25 17 27 100 51 97 0
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 5,599 MD 13%

    There is currently an average of 18 l/p/day and 22 persons/toilet for 5,599 refugees in 3 sites in Republic of Congo.

    Republic of Congo
    Total site population 5,599
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 18
    Average number of persons per toilet 22
    Total sites 3
  • Rwanda
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Bugessera Transit Site
    Gatore
    Gihembe
    Kigeme
    Kijote
    Kiziba
    Mahama
    Mugombwa
    Nyabiheke
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    2580881N/A100509129August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    32605442N/AMD2032754August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    12,296011320N/A100141074117August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    21,30708916N/AMD36078968August 202094MD1119399100MDDecember 2018
    720627N/AMD295310August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    17,08005221N/A100290123102August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    59,90307522N/AMD17016507August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    10,77609329N/A10024052898August 202095MD2039398100MDDecember 2018
    14,346010212N/A50200125183August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    136,364 0 82 20 0 35 22 1 59 488 94 0 14 2 93 99 100 0
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 136,364 MD 0%

    There is currently an average of 20 l/p/day and 22 persons/toilet for 136,364 refugees in 9 sites in Rwanda.

    Rwanda
    Total site population 136,364
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 20
    Average number of persons per toilet 22
    Total sites 9
  • South Sudan
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Ajoung Thok
    Doro
    Gendrassa
    Kaya
    Pamir
    Yusuf Batil
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    41,8675007625N/A807660337July 20201007624899990850November 2019
    63,3935008719N/AMD24200289June 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    17,99623010824N/AMD15300281July 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    24,03306922N/AMD11410190June 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    36,0555008217N/A8010410522July 2020100762277188530October 2019
    47,2243459125N/AMD15330215July 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    230,568 395 85 22 0 27 15 37 0 308 100 76 23 83 54 89 70 0
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 230,568 MD 28%

    There is currently an average of 22 l/p/day and 15 persons/toilet for 230,568 refugees in 6 sites in South Sudan.

    South Sudan
    Total site population 230,568
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 22
    Average number of persons per toilet 15
    Total sites 6
  • Sudan
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Abuda
    Al Radom
    Alagaya
    Aljameya
    Alkashafa
    Alredais 1
    Alredais 2
    Dabat Bosin
    Dar Batti
    Elleri West7 (Dar Batti, El Gokhop and Um Kawarow)
    Fau 5
    Girba
    Jourie
    Khor Alwarel
    Kilo 26
    Shagarab I II III
    Um Gargour
    Um Sangour
    Wad Sharife
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    3,484013334N/AMD103710435June 202019MDMD56655489MDJune 2018
    13,005014413N/A839356406June 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    20,91801409N/AMD11900615August 202010031142432790December 2019
    10,24808519N/AMD5980683August 2020100311488892790December 2019
    12,994011211N/AMD26160448August 2020100311364932790December 2019
    11,528012715N/AMD18220461August 2020100312571802790December 2019
    25,986010716N/AMD3990519August 2020100311723812790December 2019
    4,992025019N/AMD6100832August 202010031150792790December 2019
    13,8856,94301N/AMD17230156October 2019MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    14,3081,30106N/AMD1500143June 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    83102944N/AMD5874138May 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    6,206013236N/AMD143013620May 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    11,276015411N/AMD20190433August 2020100311777812790December 2019
    37,95301449N/AMD6900583August 202010031151672790December 2019
    9,881018933N/AMD1429140May 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    53,366021515N/AMD161416485May 2020976938366765690October 2019
    11,533012530N/AMD9508768May 2020995419633965850October 2019
    33,238027811N/AMD46701,107August 202010027011587530January 2018
    18,23615015720N/AMD8487959May 20201006839604765530October 2019
    313,868 375 153 14 0 3 34 18 4 572 98 42 23 34 66 24 72 0
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 313,868 MD 26%

    There is currently an average of 14 l/p/day and 34 persons/toilet for 313,868 refugees in 19 sites in Sudan.

    Sudan
    Total site population 313,868
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 14
    Average number of persons per toilet 34
    Total sites 19
  • Tanzania
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Mtendeli
    Nduta
    Nyarugusu Burundian
    Nyarugusu Congolese
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    32,22407131N/A10063529596June 20201004518MD98MD700October 2019
    73,05609331N/A999315961June 20201006126MD92MD850October 2019
    59,47908929N/A1005840725June 20201004020MD99MD750October 2019
    76,48213613123N/A1007560869June 20201006927MD97MD620October 2019
    241,241 43 101 28 0 100 7 53 5 825 100 57 24 0 96 0 73 0
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 241,241 MD 38%

    There is currently an average of 28 l/p/day and 7 persons/toilet for 241,241 refugees in 4 sites in Tanzania.

    Tanzania
    Total site population 241,241
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 28
    Average number of persons per toilet 7
    Total sites 4
  • Uganda
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Adjumani
    Imvepi
    Kyaka II
    Kyangwali
    Nakivale
    Oruchinga
    Rhino Camp
    Rwamwanja
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    214,477456016N/AMD97403,635June 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    66,11026017627N/AMD4724893June 202099MD15MDMD6683MDJune 2018
    123,8315169929N/A5465901,303485August 20209299146710054340November 2018
    123,119269159217506,480010,259628August 2020926414637121530December 2018
    116,89951877515319677210411August 2020758017759089350November 2019
    7,9094656082350775856105July 2020MD10022859791620November 2019
    120,16422935718N/AMD34619938June 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    72,9974493718N/AMD5790380August 202097306939046740December 2018
    845,506 398 378 13 7 29 1045 49 1,689 1,378 90 73 14 73 87 55 51 0
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 845,506 MD 40%

    There is currently an average of 13 l/p/day and 1045 persons/toilet for 845,506 refugees in 8 sites in Uganda.

    Uganda
    Total site population 845,506
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 13
    Average number of persons per toilet 1045
    Total sites 8
  • Zambia
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Mantapala
    Mayukwayukwa
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    14,5382405223100MD4824484July 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    17,753257019N/AMD15200887August 2020MDMDMDMDMDMDMDMDMD
    32,291 249 23 21 45 0 10 48 2 706 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 32,291 MD 45%

    There is currently an average of 21 l/p/day and 10 persons/toilet for 32,291 refugees in 2 sites in Zambia.

    Zambia
    Total site population 32,291
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 21
    Average number of persons per toilet 10
    Total sites 2
  • Zimbabwe
    WASH Summary
    Site Name
    Tongogara
    Totals / Average 2
    Monthly Report Card Annual Household KAP Survey
    Site Population Number of persons per usable handpump / well / spring Number of persons per usable water tap Average # liters of potable water available per person per day 3 % water quality tests at non chlorinated water collection locations with 0 CFU/100ml % of water quality tests at chlorinated collection locations with FRC in the range 0.2-2mg/L and turbidity <5 NTU Number of persons per toilet/latrine % households with household toilet/latrine Number of persons per bath shelter/shower Number of persons per hygiene promoter Reporting period
    (monthly indicators)
    % households collecting drinking water from protected/treated sources % households with at least 10 liters/person potable water storage capacity Average # l/p/d of potable water collected at household level % households reporting defecating in a toilet % households with household toilet/latrine % households with access to solid waste disposal facility % households with access to soap % of women of reproductive age who are satisfied with menstrual hygiene management materials and facilities Reporting period
    (annual indicators)
    14,46999815120N/AMD83001,446August 20201006615327356890May 2019
    14,469 998 151 20 0 0 8 30 0 1,446 100 66 15 32 73 56 89 0
    MD : Missing data
    N/A : Not applicable

    Leave No One Behind SDG 6
    Persons of Concern Population Access to Basic Water Service Level Access to at least Basic Sanitation Service Level4
    UNHCR Assisted 14,469 MD 30%

    There is currently an average of 20 l/p/day and 8 persons/toilet for 14,469 refugees in 1 sites in Zimbabwe.

    Zimbabwe
    Total site population 14,469
    Average per capita water availability (l/p/day) 20
    Average number of persons per toilet 8
    Total sites 1
Acknowledgement
UNHCR would like to thank all WASH partners and colleagues who are regularly contributing data to this platform and thereby aim to ensure that refugees are enjoying the human rights to water and sanitation.
National Country Averages
National country averages for access to basic service levels for water and sanitation are provided by the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP) as part of ongoing tracking of progress against Sustainable Development Goal SDG #6 - Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.
1Based on settings where water and sanitation services are provided with UNHCR assistance and data is available
2Averages are weighted according to population size
3This indicator is based on amount of potable water pumped into the respective water supply system(s) divided by the population number in the camp, which may also include members of the host community using the same water source as refugees. In most cases, the indicator does not take into account how much water is lost during distribution and transport.
4Access to at least basic sanitation service level-method document (PDF)