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Everyone in Zambia can have access to clean water by 2030 - here's how

As of 2020, only two-thirds of Zambians had access to basic water services, and about half had access to basic or limited sanitation. Image: Royd Sibajene

Josses Mugabi

Senior Water Supply and Sanitation Specialist, World Bank

Ruth Kennedy-Walker

Water Supply and Sanitation Specialist, Water Global Practice at the World Bank

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