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Progress towards universal access to handwashing facilities has slowed in communities from Latin America to Sub-Saharan Africa amid the pandemic, data analysis reveals.
Minor sanitation improvements have been seen in some parts of Asia Pacific, but the most vulnerable families living in camps for displaced people and refugees have had to rely on emergency support.
The findings come from a SciDev.Net data analysis of the availability of handwashing facilities in schools, hospitals, camps and homes around the world.
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