This discussion paper presents the findings from research in East Asian states on the political economy of sanitation and hygiene services that delivered total coverage within a generation. The generalised conclusions are not intended to claim blueprints for success but rather to feed into dialogue in the sanitation and hygiene sectors on how the necessary step change for delivering universal access to services can be achieved by 2030.sa
Achieving Total Sanitation and Hygiene Coverage Within a Generation – Lessons from East Asia
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