$3.6B Needed To Provide Water Access To Health Facilities In Least Developed Countries, WHO, UNICEF Report Says

Devex: Wanted: A ‘modest’ $3.6B to give hospitals access to water
“A total of $3.6 billion is needed between 2020 and 2030 to establish basic water services in health care facilities in the 47 least developed countries, according to a report by the World Health Organization and UNICEF — marking the first time a price tag has been put on the issue, according to Bruce Gordon, unit head of WASH at WHO. Although the figure is a preliminary estimate, more detailed figures are expected to be released next year…” (Root, 12/15).

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