USAID's Investments for Water Supply and Sanitation in Lebanon - Dollars to Results
It is estimated that less than half of Lebanese are connected to official water supplies, which often do not work properly or at all. As a result, nearly one in three Lebanese buys alternative sources of drinking water, usually from mobile water trucks or in bottles, and those who cannot afford to purchase their water fall through the cracks, relying on poor-quality water for their households. USAID’s water and sanitation programs are designed to promote water resource management and water quality to expand reliable public service delivery, improve health conditions and promote economic growth.
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