Beneficiaries*

Total beneficiaries who are accessing and using basic and improved
water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services

'Basic' and 'improved' WASH are based on globally agreed Joint Monitoring Program (JMP) definitions. Learn more below.


 

Beneficiaries 

Beneficiaries disagregated by gender and disability


 

'Other' represents people of diverse sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression and sex characteristics (SOGIESC) who are often marginalised within communities.

 

Geography

Beneficiaries disagregated by location 


 

Region & Country

Beneficiaries by region

Bangladesh: 40,723

Bhutan: 18,883

India:  25,093 

Nepal: 72,106

Pakistan: 76,100

Cambodia: 744,918

Indonesia: 313,404

Lao PDR: 48,213

Myanmar: 0

Timor-Leste: 14,542

Vietnam: 41,312

Fiji: 25

Papua New Guinea: 16,963

Solomon Islands: 1,935

Vanuatu:  1,000


 

Access to WASH

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) beneficiaries


 

Communities & Households

 

Communities with access to WASH

Households with access to WASH

Schools and Health Care Facilities

Communities with access to WASH

Households with access to WASH

Schools and Health Care Facilities

Schools only
MHH = Menstrual Health and Hygiene


About Monitoring & Evaluation

 

The figures used on this page are based on the latest reporting from our partners.
Progress will be updated annually (at a minimum) based on figures from annual reporting.
The current progress figures were updated in March 2021 and the target figures were updated in March 2021.

View 2020 progress

 

The Water for Women Fund is undertaking Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) to enable the Fund to track performance and support ongoing learning and improvement. Definitions used are based on globally agreed Joint Monitoring Program (JMP) definitions, you can learn more about JMP here.

 


 

*The Fund target represents the total of project targets, which are based on project baseline studies and estimates from project designs. 

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