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=== '''WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Program: Water Supply and Sanitation''' ===
 
=== '''WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Program: Water Supply and Sanitation''' ===
  
The water and sanitation series is developed using data from the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Program for water supply and sanitation (JMP). The JMP reports country, regional and global estimates of progress on drinking water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) from 2000 to 2015. The JMP data set is available at [https://washdata.org/data.&nbsp https://washdata.org/data]
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The water and sanitation series is developed using data from the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Program for water supply and sanitation (JMP). The JMP reports country, regional and global estimates of progress on drinking water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) from 2000 to 2015. 
  
 
The WSS JMP dataset provides substantial information on water, sanitation and hygiene, broken into national, urban and rural subgroups. Within these subgroups, global estimates are provided that show the proportion of a country's population using improved and unimproved access to water, sanitation and hygiene. For the water dataset, Ifs draws primarily on...... For the sanitation dataset, IFs uses the sanitation estimates to break the data down into the proportion of population (%) and the amount of people within a population. To construct these data series, IFs draws primarily on the population served with improved sanitation, unimproved sanitation, other unimproved sanitation, shared sanitation, and open defication sanitation.
 
The WSS JMP dataset provides substantial information on water, sanitation and hygiene, broken into national, urban and rural subgroups. Within these subgroups, global estimates are provided that show the proportion of a country's population using improved and unimproved access to water, sanitation and hygiene. For the water dataset, Ifs draws primarily on...... For the sanitation dataset, IFs uses the sanitation estimates to break the data down into the proportion of population (%) and the amount of people within a population. To construct these data series, IFs draws primarily on the population served with improved sanitation, unimproved sanitation, other unimproved sanitation, shared sanitation, and open defication sanitation.

Revision as of 21:16, 8 November 2017

WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Program: Water Supply and Sanitation

The water and sanitation series is developed using data from the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Program for water supply and sanitation (JMP). The JMP reports country, regional and global estimates of progress on drinking water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) from 2000 to 2015. 

The WSS JMP dataset provides substantial information on water, sanitation and hygiene, broken into national, urban and rural subgroups. Within these subgroups, global estimates are provided that show the proportion of a country's population using improved and unimproved access to water, sanitation and hygiene. For the water dataset, Ifs draws primarily on...... For the sanitation dataset, IFs uses the sanitation estimates to break the data down into the proportion of population (%) and the amount of people within a population. To construct these data series, IFs draws primarily on the population served with improved sanitation, unimproved sanitation, other unimproved sanitation, shared sanitation, and open defication sanitation.

Instructions on Importing Water Data into IFs

This section explains the methodology to be followed when importing WSS JMP  water supply data into IFs. It also describes certain problems that a user might face in interpreting and understanding the data.

SourceWater supply data is published by the WHO/UNICEF JMP. The data is available at the website https://washdata.org/data

Country List to be Used: WSS JMP

Types of DataThe following categories of data need to be imported into IFs:


Issues in the data and their resolution:

Instructions on Importing Sanitation Data into IFs

This section explains the methodology to be followed when importing WSS JMP sanitation data into IFs. It also describes certain problems that a user might face in interpreting and understanding the data.

SourceSanitation data is published by the WHO/UNICEF JMP. The data is available at the website https://washdata.org/data

Country List to be Used: WSS JMP

Types of DataThe following categories of data need to be imported into IFs:

  1. WSSJMPSanitationTotal%Improved-
  2. WSSJMPSanitationTotal%Unimproved-
  3. WSSJMPSanitationTotal%OtherUnimproved-
  4. WSSJMPSanitationTotal%Shared-
  5. WSSJMPSanitationTotal%OpenDefecation-
  6. WSSJMPSanitationUrban%Improved-
  7. WSSJMPSanitationUrban%Unimproved-
  8. WSSJMPSanitationUrban%OtherUnimproved-
  9. WSSJMPSanitationUrban%Shared-
  10. WSSJMPSanitationUrban%OpenDefecation-
  11. WSSJMPSanitationRural%Improved-
  12. WSSJMPSanitationRural%Unimproved-
  13. WSSJMPSanitationRural%OtherUnimproved-
  14. WSSJMPSanitationRural%Shared-
  15. WSSJMPSanitationRural%OpenDefecation-
  16. WSSJMPSanitationTotalPopImproved-
  17. WSSJMPSanitationTotalPopUnimproved-
  18. WSSJMPSanitationTotalPopOtherUnimproved-
  19. WSSJMPSanitationTotalPopShared-
  20. WSSJMPSanitationTotalPopOpenDefecation-
  21. WSSJMPSanitationUrbanPopImproved-
  22. WSSJMPSanitationUrbanPopUnimproved-
  23. WSSJMPSanitationUrbanPopOtherUnimproved-
  24. WSSJMPSanitationUrbanPopShared-
  25. WSSJMPSanitationUrbanPopOpenDefecation-
  26. WSSJMPSanitationRuralPopImproved-
  27. WSSJMPSanitationRuralPopUnimproved-
  28. WSSJMPSanitationRuralPopOtherUnimproved-
  29. WSSJMPSanitationRuralPopShared-
  30. WSSJMPSanitationRuralPopOpenDefecation-

Issues in the data and their resolution: