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Currently, some billion people lack access to improved sanitation, two-thirds of whom live in Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. billion people, of whom more than half live in India, lack even an unimproved sanitation facility and must defecate in the open. Regional disparities in sanitation coverage are by: Flush with Inequality Governments, NGOs and the UN are crucial in setting standards, but other forces shape perceptions too. In The Economist ’s pre-World Cup special report on South Africa, for instance, “flush lavatories” were used as a prime indicator of improved living conditions, a move that sheds light on the problem facing. More than two and a half billion people globally still lack access to adequate sanitation. Urban populations have increased rapidly in Latin America and the Caribbean in recent decades. Since , the proportion of Latin Americans liv-ing in cities has increased from 70 percent to 80 percent. Looking for books by William Crawford Gorgas? See all books authored by William Crawford Gorgas, including Sanitation in Panama, and Two Papers on Public Sanitation and the Single Tax, and more on
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