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World Health Organization WHO; UNICEF, JMP (2022)   C_WHO

Achieving universal access to WASH in health care facilities requires political will and strong leadership at both national and facility levels, but is highly cost-effective, and would yield substantial health benefits. A global analysis estimated that universal basic WASH services in health care facilities could be achieved in 46 least developed countries (LDCs) by 2030 for less than US$10 billion, which represents additional expenditures of less than US$1 per person per year.

WASH,  sepsis,  mortality,  Neonatal,  UHC,  ipc,  Healthcare facilities,  Children,