Nigeria

Nigeria

WASH BASELINE ASSESSMENT: An evidence base for focused aid delivery

Post date Tuesday, 2 January, 2018 - 09:29
Document Type Report, Assessment Report
Content Themes Emergency Response, General theme
Sources REACH

Overall, findings highlight statistically significant differences across population groups and across LGAs for most indicators. For this reason, it is important to include all three population groups in future assessments, taking into consideration their specific needs and geographical location. In light of this assessment, Mobbar in particular is of specific concern, as households there reported the lowest perceived sufficiency of water, the lowest water consumption as measured in litres per person per day, the lowest proportion of households with access to functioning latrines and the highest proportion of households reporting visible wastewater in the vicinity

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