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State of the World's Hand Hygiene: A global call to action to make hand hygiene a priority in policy and practice

rapport Oct 2021 ; 87 pages
Ed. UNICEF - New York WHO - Genève
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, the importance of hand hygiene became evident and was a central part of global response efforts. The new report, State of the World's Hand Hygiene shows that hand hygiene is a highly cost-effective investment, providing outsized health benefits for relatively little cost.
The latest data show that some progress has been achieved since 2015. For example, the global population with access to basic hygiene services (i.e. population having a handwashing facility at home with both soap and water available) has increased from 5 billion to 5.5 billion, or from 67 per cent to 71 per cent. However, if current trends persist, 1.9 billion people will still not have access to basic hygiene services by the end of the decade.

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