Sustainable Development Goal 6 (SDG 6) aims to ensure availability and sustainable management of water for all by 2030. By definition, this means leaving no one behind.View More World Water Day
In Nicaragua there is no good use of drinking water. Josué Garay The New Journal | 23 January 2017 | Managua Nicaragua. It is considered that in Nicaragua water is misused due to bad habits. Before 1950 in Nicaragua the people had the habit of…View More In Nicaragua there is no good use of drinking water.
The Argentine government announced the most ambitious infrastructure plan in it history. Economy, Social development, 05/13/2016, Argentina. It launches the National Water Plan in Argentina, which provides for an investment of US $ 40,000 million, which will generate half a million jobs, the installation of…View More Water plan infrastructure more ambitious in the Argentina history.
Lack of sanitation for 2,4 billion people is undermining health improvements. Joint WHO/UNICEF, news release. June, 30, 2015 ¦ Geneva ¦ New York. The Joint Monitoring Programme report, Progress on sanitation and drinking water: 2015 update and MDG assessment, says worldwide, 1 in 3 people,…View More Lack of sanitation for 2.4 billion people is undermining health improvements
Inaugurated work fast filter drinking water in North-West District Neighborhood DNA Digital News Agency, December 27, 2014, Argentina. Inaugurated work installation quick filter for the improvement of service provision of drinking water to the population in the area of North-West District Neighborhood, Cipolletti, Argentina The…View More Inaugurated work fast filter drinking water in North-West District Neighborhood
Uruguay and the Right to drinking water March 22: World Water Day, 2012, Uruguay. Uruguay was the first country to declare in its Constitution that water is a fundamental human right, through the reform of Article 47 with the October 2004 plebiscite. Chapter VII Article…View More Uruguay and the Right to drinking water
Sanitation coverage in Cuba. Taken of Cuba Water Resources. Group of Authors of the National Hydraulic Resources Institute 2011, Cuba. — Water Center for Latin America and the Caribbean, Tecnológico de Monterrey, FEMSA Foundation, IDB The total sanitation coverage reached the value of 95.5% of…View More Sanitation coverage in Cuba.
Analyze the management of water resources in Costa Rica El Pais newspaper. 08/12/2011 San Jose, Costa Rica Successful management of water resources in Costa Rica, seen and approached as a shared responsibility, was the subject of the recent forum organized by the National Service of…View More Analyze the management of water resources in Costa Rica
General situation of water resources and water and sanitation in Honduras. Posted by Global Water Partnership, Central Chapter (GWP Central America) and the Alliance for Water The water resource is abundant in Honduras, it is estimated that there is an availability of 13,776 m3 of…View More General situation of water resources and water and sanitation in Honduras
Aqueducts and environmental sanitation in Cuba. From: State of water resources in Cuba, National Institute of Water Resources, 2005, Cuba The indicators achieved in these important services to the population, today are a imposssible dream for the South countries, and for 30-50% of the population…View More Aqueducts and environmental sanitation in Cuba.
UN declares water and sanitation as a human right, a proposal from Bolivia Agencia Boliviana de Información-ABI, News, 28/07/2010, La Paz, Bolivia. The United Nations, UN, on Wednesday approved the draft resolution submitted by Bolivia for water and sanitation were declared as a human right,…View More UN declares water and sanitation as a human right, a proposal from Bolivia
Juan G. R. Service fees applied to urban water consumption, greatly raising the water cost. Water & Irrigation.Vol 2, Nº 1:3-4, Spain. The average price of a m3 of water consumed in urban conditions in the province of Alicante in the Valencia Community has gradually…View More Service fees applied to urban water consumption, greatly raising the water cost.