Burundi - Access to basic sanitation services

People using at least basic sanitation services, rural (% of rural population)

People using at least basic sanitation services, rural (% of rural population) in Burundi was 46.42 as of 2017. Its highest value over the past 17 years was 46.42 in 2017, while its lowest value was 45.63 in 2000.

Definition: The percentage of people using at least basic sanitation services, that is, improved sanitation facilities that are not shared with other households. This indicator encompasses both people using basic sanitation services as well as those using safely managed sanitation services. Improved sanitation facilities include flush/pour flush to piped sewer systems, septic tanks or pit latrines; ventilated improved pit latrines, compositing toilets or pit latrines with slabs.

Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP) for Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (washdata.org).

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Year Value
2000 45.63
2001 45.81
2002 45.98
2003 46.16
2004 46.19
2005 46.21
2006 46.24
2007 46.26
2008 46.28
2009 46.30
2010 46.32
2011 46.34
2012 46.35
2013 46.37
2014 46.38
2015 46.40
2016 46.41
2017 46.42

People using at least basic sanitation services, urban (% of urban population)

People using at least basic sanitation services, urban (% of urban population) in Burundi was 41.70 as of 2017. Its highest value over the past 17 years was 42.78 in 2007, while its lowest value was 40.56 in 2000.

Definition: The percentage of people using at least basic sanitation services, that is, improved sanitation facilities that are not shared with other households. This indicator encompasses both people using basic sanitation services as well as those using safely managed sanitation services. Improved sanitation facilities include flush/pour flush to piped sewer systems, septic tanks or pit latrines; ventilated improved pit latrines, compositing toilets or pit latrines with slabs.

Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP) for Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (washdata.org).

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Year Value
2000 40.56
2001 41.25
2002 41.95
2003 42.64
2004 42.71
2005 42.75
2006 42.78
2007 42.78
2008 42.76
2009 42.73
2010 42.67
2011 42.59
2012 42.49
2013 42.38
2014 42.24
2015 42.08
2016 41.90
2017 41.70

People using at least basic sanitation services (% of population)

People using at least basic sanitation services (% of population) in Burundi was 45.82 as of 2017. Its highest value over the past 17 years was 45.93 in 2010, while its lowest value was 45.21 in 2000.

Definition: The percentage of people using at least basic sanitation services, that is, improved sanitation facilities that are not shared with other households. This indicator encompasses both people using basic sanitation services as well as those using safely managed sanitation services. Improved sanitation facilities include flush/pour flush to piped sewer systems, septic tanks or pit latrines; ventilated improved pit latrines, compositing toilets or pit latrines with slabs.

Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP) for Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (washdata.org).

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Year Value
2000 45.21
2001 45.42
2002 45.63
2003 45.85
2004 45.87
2005 45.89
2006 45.90
2007 45.91
2008 45.92
2009 45.93
2010 45.93
2011 45.93
2012 45.92
2013 45.91
2014 45.90
2015 45.88
2016 45.85
2017 45.82

Classification

Topic: Health Indicators

Sub-Topic: Disease prevention