Water , Sanitation and Hygiene

@inproceedings{Cairncross2011WaterS,
  title={Water , Sanitation and Hygiene},
  author={Sandy Cairncross and Oliver Cumming and Aurelie Jeandron and Rick Rheingans and Jeroen H. J. Ensink and Joseph Brown and Sue Cavill and Sally A Baker and W P Schmidt and Jenny Amery and Simon Bibby and Matthew Harvey and Guy Howard and Jo-Ann Mulligan and Helen O 'connor and Lily Ryan-Collins and Peregrine Swann and Sanjay Wijesekera and David Woolnough and Jamie Bartram and Rick Johnston and Kumarjyoti Nath},
  year={2011}
}
However, significant disparities remain between urban and rural populations, with just 61 per cent of rural Timorese receiving water from improved sources compared to 95 per cent of households living in urban areas. In addition, only 32 per cent of primary schools have access to toilet facilities with an appropriate water supply and nearly half of the rural Health Posts don’t have access to running water and suffer from inadequate sanitation and hygiene facilities. 

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