Self-supply of water in Asia and the Pacific: Country Profiles

Self-supply of water in Asia and the Pacific: Country Profiles

Self-supply of water in Asia and the Pacific: Country Profiles

Description:

To increase awareness and understanding of self-supply of water in Asia and the Pacific, the
UTS Institute for Sustainable Futures has partnered with UNICEF EAPRO and UNICEF ROSA
to develop 21 country profiles.

The following country profiles present the prevalence of self-supply, spatial and temporal trends,
service levels including water quality and availability, equity dimensions, and policy aspects of
self-supply in each country.

To increase awareness and understanding of self-supply of water in Asia and the Pacific, the
UTS Institute for Sustainable Futures has partnered with UNICEF EAPRO and UNICEF ROSA
to develop 21 country profiles.
The following country profiles present the prevalence of self-supply, spatial and temporal trends,
service levels including water quality and availability, equity dimensions, and policy aspects of
self-supply in each country.

Country overview:

Afghanistan
Bangladesh
Cambodia
Federated States of Micronesia
Fiji
India
Indonesia
Kiribati
Lao People’s Democratic Republic
Maldives
Mongolia
Myanmar
Nepal
Pakistan
Philippines
Papua New Guinea
Solomon Islands
Sri Lanka
Timor-Leste
Vanuatu
Viet Nam

Bibliographical Information:

Foster, T. and Gonzalez, D. (2022)  Self-supply of water in Asia and the Pacific: Country Profiles.  , Sydney: UTS. , Sydney: UTS.

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