Lower middle income countries' water sanitation inequality measures 2014

This statistic provides key measures of inequality for those living in poverty based on the governance, monitoring, and finance of sanitation and water infrastructure in lower middle income countries as of 2014. During this time, 57 percent of 30 lower middle income countries surveyed had water monitoring systems in place to track the progress of extending services for the poor.

Measures of water and sanitation inequality for lower middle income countries as of 2014*

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Release date

November 2014



Survey time period


Number of respondents

30 countries

Special properties

94 countries and 23 exernal support agency surveys

Supplementary notes

* The percentage of countries for which a positive response was reported compared to all other countries in this income group.

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