@Sanitation2015 @SanitationWorld @saniblog @SanUpdates @sanwatforall @WaregWater @WorldToilet @FranciscansIntl @hrw @opendefecation @UNICEFwater @SimaviNL @WASHadvocates @EndWaterPoverty @WaterIntegrityN @EWNWCC @WorldBankWater @WaterLex @ESRANUKI Quality and safety of WASH services are a key element of what regulatory bodies should monitor and regulate #mywatsanmyrights
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Q. So, what are the human rights standards that regulation must be based on?
A. the normative contents of the human rights to water and sanitation
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1 in 4 health facilities lack basic water services. @WHO is working with countries and partners to ensure over 1 billion people are living healthier lives, including having access to clean water and safe sanitation, by 2023.
.@WHO aims to save half a million newborn lives in next two years through quality health care for 50 million more mothers and newborns, as part of our commitment for 1 billion more people to benefit from universal health coverage by 2023. #HealthForAll
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