UN-Water GLAAS 2022: strong systems and sound investments - Evidence on and key insights into accelerating progress on sanitation, drinking-water and hygiene
The UN-Water Global Analysis and Assessment of Sanitation and Drinking-Water (GLAAS) 2022 report compiles new data on drinking-water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) from 121 countries and territories and 23 external support agencies (ESAs).
It serves as a global reference to inform commitments, priority-setting and actions during the second half of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and for the 2023 Conference for the Midterm Comprehensive Review of Implementation of the United Nations Decade for Action on Water and Sanitation (2018–2028) (UN 2023 Water Conference).
The report also highlights opportunities to accelerate progress in key WASH areas that positively affect the quality and sustainability of WASH services and delivery, pandemic preparedness and resilience to climate change.
Learn more in the UN-Water Global Analysis and Assessment of Sanitation and Drinking-Water (GLAAS) data portal.
UN-Water’s publications can be divided into two main groups: the publications that represent all Members and Partners of UN-Water – the collective products – and the publications that are under the UN-Water umbrella but produced by groups or individual UN-Water Members and/or Partners – the related products.
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- UN-Water GLAAS 2019: National systems to support drinking-water, sanitation and hygiene
- UN-Water GLAAS 2017: Financing universal water, sanitation and hygiene under the Sustainable Development Goals
- UN-Water GLAAS 2014: Investing in Water and Sanitation
- UN-Water GLAAS 2012: The challenge of extending and sustaining services
- UN-Water GLAAS 2010: Targeting resources for better results
- UN-Water GLAAS 2008: Pilot Report