Water and Sanitation

Who is performing best in Water and sanitation sector?

Demang Mahmud
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08 May 2015 at 06:04
Know-how: Sustainable Agriculture, Agricultural Technology
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Any idea which are the top countries who are performing Best in the WASH sector? Is there any data?

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lyseconcept jean Marius
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Je vais mettre tout le monde d'accord
En Assainissement aucun pays de notre planète n'est en avance sur tous les autres . Tous les pays sont au même point d'égalité. L'USAID orgnaisme reconnu vient de publier un document qui résume entièrement mon point de vue.
On y voit deux photos très explicites
La première résume sur un schéma un point de départ : une personne en train de défèquer. A l'autre bout du schéma, les excréments épandus en terre agricole. Entre les deux divers instruments très connu du grand public: un réservoir de stockage des excréments (fosse) un camion de vidange qui transfère les excréments du réservoir vers une station d'épuration. Les excréments traversent la station d'épuration, ressortent, puis tansitent par un compsteur pour finir sur le champ agricole en tant que fertilisant.
L'excrément de la personne se retrouve sur le champ.
nous sommes donc dans le même schéma que la défécatgion à l'air libre.
Sauf que les instruments situés entre les deux points coutent fort chers pour rien.
Voilà ou nous en sommes encore en 2015: A l'age de pierre.
lien managing_feces_in_challenging_urban_landscapes.pdf
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I'll put everyone agree
Sanitation no country of our planet is ahead of all others. All countries are at the same point of equality. USAID recognized orgnaisme has published a document summarizing my views entirely.
We see two very explicit pictures
The first summarized in a diagram as a starting point: a person defecating. At the other end of the scheme, feces spread in farmland. In between various instruments well known to the general public: an excrement reservoir (tank) a vacuum truck that transfers droppings from the tank to a treatment plant. The excrement through the treatment plant, stand, and then by a tansitent compsteur to finish on the agricultural field as a fertilizer.
The excrement of the person ends up on the field.
so we are in the same pattern as the défécatgion outdoors.
Except that instrumentation located between the two points cost a very dear for nothing.
That's where we are still in 2015: At the Stone Age.
managing_feces_in_challenging_urban_landscapes.pdf link

Vishakha Rajput
The Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) Performance Index (published by Water Institute http://waterinstitute.unc.edu/) is a comparison of country performance in realizing universal WASH. The WASH Performance Index assesses performance in the following components: water access, water equity, sanitation access, and sanitation equity. The top five performing countries in the 2015 WASH Performance Index rankings are El Salvador, Niger, Egypt, Maldives, and Pakistan.
You can see the detail Country comparison: the WaSH Performance Index rankings and trends here http://waterinstitute.unc.edu/wash-performance-index-report/
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