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Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
Water, sanitation and hygiene
Clean water, basic toilets and good hygiene practices are essential for the survival and development of children in Viet Nam.
Child Survival and Development
In Viet Nam, we focus on young childhood survival and development, with a key focus on immunization, maternal child health, nutrition and WASH
Over 1.5 million children at risk due to floods in central Viet Nam, says UNICEF
The children agency is allocating an immediate $100,000 for emergency relief to the most affected people
2 in 5 schools around the world lacked basic handwashing facilities prior to COVID-19 pandemic — UNICEF, WHO
UNICEF partners with Colgate to improve hand-washing practice to help prevent the transmission of the COVID-19
Water, sanitation and hygiene in Viet Nam
With a population of 97.4 million, Viet Nam's access to improved water supplies increased from 65 per cent in the year 2000 to 95 per cent in 2017
Fixed-Term WASH Specialist (Public Financing)
NO-C Level, UNICEF Viet Nam (Vietnamese Nationals only)
Attention to running water and soap needed in 30% of schools in Viet Nam before children can return
Rural Sanitation and Hygiene Programme 2012 – 2016
Viet Nam is a mid-income country located in Southeast Asia. With a population of 92 million , it is the thirteenth (13th) most populous country in the world
on Rapid Review of the Financing for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Sector, Ha Noi, Viet Nam
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