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Households with access to basic sanitation in Namibia

Access by urban households to safe drinking water is slightly less than 100 per cent, but decreasing. Access of rural households to safe drinking water was 88 per cent in 2008, up from 67 per cent in 2000. The government has improved water supply to rural communities through the provision of new boreholes and the rehabilitation of existing boreholes, as well as the development of pipelines. Namibia recycles water, especially in urban areas. This figure show trends in access to water and sanitation.

Year: 2013

From collection: Zambezi River Basin - Atlas of the changing Environment

Cartographer: Grid Arendal

Tags: Africa Environmental Atlas

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