Note: Seven subcounties in Kaabong District, all with safe drinking water coverage below 20 percent, are not shown in this map because reliable poverty estimates were not available for 2005.
This map highlights the rural subcounties with safe drinking water coverage rates below 60 percent.
This map shows the proportion of the rural subcounty population with safe drinking water coverage.
How Spatial Analysis Can Guide Pro-Poor Water and Sanitation Planning in Uganda
This report presents maps and analyses designed to inform the policies surrounding poverty reduction efforts in Uganda and to help reach the 2015 national targets on safe drinking water and improved sanitation.
This policy note provides an overview of the range of actions, policies, and institutions around the globe that address nutrient pollution and eutrophication.
This policy note provides a snapshot of the sources of nutrient pollution and the corresponding socioeconomic drivers that are increasing nutrient levels in our waterways.
Presidential intervention has raised the stakes in a decades-long effort to clean up Chesapeake Bay.
Public officials in the U.S. Southeast should recognize and carefully manage the relationships between energy and water.
Nuclear power plants withdraw and consume the largest amounts of water, followed by power plants that use fossil fuels (coal or oil), biomass, or waste.
Nearly 40 billion gallons are withdrawn each day from Southeast freshwater supplies for thermoelectric power plants--about 65 percent of all withdrawals.