Basic handwashing facilities at home

percent, 2000–2015

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    2000 Ranking
    1. Armenia 84.00
    2. Turkmenistan 71.00
    3. Egypt 66.00
    4. Malawi 17.00
    5. Ghana 10.00
    6. Burkina Faso 5.00
    7. Madagascar 5.00
    8. Uganda 5.00
    9. Benin 1.00
    10. Rwanda 1.00
    2015 Ranking
    1. Turkmenistan 98.00
    2. Bosnia and Herzegovina 97.00
    3. Kazakhstan 96.00
    4. Iraq 91.00
    5. El Salvador 90.00
    6. Kyrgyzstan 89.00
    7. Barbados 88.00
    8. Egypt 88.00
    9. Mexico 88.00
    10. Armenia 87.00
    11. Belize 87.00
    12. Moldova 87.00
    13. Saint Lucia 87.00
    14. Vietnam 86.00
    15. Tunisia 86.00
    16. Cuba 85.00
    17. Ecuador 85.00
    18. Honduras 84.00
    19. Algeria 84.00
    20. Costa Rica 84.00
    21. Burma (Myanmar) 80.00
    22. Guatemala 77.00
    23. Indonesia 77.00
    24. Guyana 77.00
    25. Tajikistan 73.00
    26. Mongolia 72.00
    27. Jamaica 66.00
    28. Cambodia 66.00
    29. Pakistan 60.00
    30. Nepal 57.00
    31. Dominican Republic 55.00
    32. Madagascar 51.00
    33. Yemen 49.00
    34. Tanzania 48.00
    35. Namibia 44.00
    36. Saint Thomas and Principe 42.00
    37. Bangladesh 40.00
    38. Afghanistan 38.00
    39. Zimbabwe 31.00
    40. Haiti 26.00
    41. Angola 25.00
    42. Swaziland 23.00
    43. Sudan 23.00
    44. Equatorial Guinea 23.00
    45. Ivory Coast 20.00
    46. Ghana 19.00
    47. Mauritania 17.00
    48. Comoros 16.00
    49. Mali 16.00
    50. Senegal 15.00
    51. Zambia 14.00
    52. Kenya 14.00
    53. Nigeria 13.00
    54. Burkina Faso 12.00
    55. Mozambique 12.00
    56. Somalia 10.00
    57. Benin 10.00
    58. Malawi 10.00
    59. Togo 10.00
    60. Guinea 9.00
    61. Gambia 8.00
    62. Uganda 8.00
    63. Guinea Bissau 7.00
    64. Chad 6.00
    65. Rwanda 5.00
    66. Congo (Kinshasa) 4.00
    67. Cameroon 3.00
    68. Lesotho 2.00
    69. Liberia 1.00
    70. Ethiopia 1.00

    The percentage of population living in households that have a handwashing facility with soap and water at home. Handwashing facilities can consist of a sink with tap water, but can also include other devices that contain, transport or regulate the flow of water. Buckets with taps, tippy-taps and portable basins are all examples of handwashing facilities. Bar soap, liquid soap, powder detergent and soapy water all count as soap for monitoring purposes.

    Source: World Health Organization