Water Point Mapping (WPM)

"Water Point Mapping is a process for monitoring the distribution and status of water points in rural and urban areas. It supports local level planning and can improve accountability for water sector performance at local and national levels." (Water Point Mapper, 2019)

Sources

Water Point Mapper. 'Water Point Mapping made easy.' Accessed March 3, 2019. Link: http://www.waterpointmapper.org

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