‹ Sanitate Sanitisation ›
Meanings and phrases
- the state of being clean and conducive to health
- making something sanitary (free of germs) as by sterilizing; sanitization; sanitisation
- the department of local government responsible for collecting and disposing of garbage
- It has many facilities including water and sanitation.
- It lacks many facilities including water and sanitation.
- Its four main areas of work include nutrition, food security, water and sanitation, and advocacy.
- Water supply and sanitation in Vietnam
- Private sector participation in water supply and sanitation is controversial.
- Water supply and sanitation in Syria Syria is a semiarid country with scarce water resources.
- water, electricity and sanitation services.
- Through its 14 water and sanitation directorates (Establishments) it is also in charge of providing water supply and sanitation services.
- The project involves improving water supply and improve sanitation services to all of the 2 million inhabitants of the city of Kampala at that time.
- However, the buildings offered poor sanitation.
- When she was eight, Ethel contracted erysipelas, a disease associated with poor sanitation.
- Inadequate food, overcrowding, poor sanitation, and inadequate medical care were pervasive.
- An estimated 56 percent of the population had access to adequate sanitation facilities in 2010.
- Due to damage to sanitation facilities, there were outbreaks of diarrhea and cholera in the weeks after the storm.
- The city established many large, well-landscaped municipal parks, which also included public sanitation facilities.