Documents from Bulgaria:
Documents from Kyrgyzstan:
Documents from Ukraine:
Documents from Uzbekizstan:
WASH coalition in Bulgaria:
WSSCC National Coordinator: Diana Iskreva-Idigo
Executive Director Earth Forever, Bulgaria
Tel./Fax: +359 42 63 46 41
WASH coalition in Kyrgyzstan:
WSSCC National coordinator: Zura Mendikulova
513 Frunze Street Apt. 5
Tel.: 996 312 215 853
WASH coalition in Ukraine:
WSSCC National coordinator: Anna Tsvietkova
Water and Sanitation Programme Coordinator
National Environmental NGO MAMA - 86
4 Yangel Academician Str., apt.126,
Kyiv 03057, Ukraine
Tel.: + 38 044 456 1338
Fax:+ 38 044 453 4796
WASH coalition in Uzbekizstan
WSSCC National coordinator: Oral Ataniyazova
P. O. Box 27,
ul. Sharafa Rashidova 39a,
Factsheet on water and sanitation in Ukraine
According to the State Committee on Water management Ukraine is water limited country, with less then 1000 m3 runoff water per capita per year. The main water sources for drinking purposes is surface water. 75% population is supplied from surface waters.
70 % of Ukrainian population is served by centralized water and sanitation (Ref.: Загальнодержавна Програма Питна вода України на 2006-2020рр. The State Program Drinking Water of Ukraine 2006-2020).
The residents of 100 % (458) cities, 86,7% (768 from 886) small towns and 22,1 % (6305 from 28540) rural settlements are served by centralized water supply (Ref. Підсумки роботи ЖКГ за 2007 р. Міністерство з питань ЖКГ України, Київ 2008 - Results of the Housing Communal Services Sector activity in 2007 year – Ministry of Housing and Communal services economy of Ukraine, Kyiv 2008.
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The residents of 95.9% (439) cities, 55.9% (495 з 886) small towns аnd 2.6 % ( 744 from 28540) rural settlements use sewer (canalization) systems (Ref.: Підсумки роботи ЖКГ за 2007 рік. Results of the Housing Communal Services Sector activity in 2007 year).
In 2004 only 4.1 million of rural population (26 %), used services of centralized water and sanitation. Only 7.4 % of rural population used centralized water and sanitation with the tap in the building, 4.4% - canalization systems, 0.3 % had hot water supply. 18,6 % rural population used street taps (Ref.: National Report about Drinking Water Quality and Drinking Water and Sanitation in 2004).
More then half of rural water pipelines serve interrupted water supply service or switch off. (Ref.: Draft of the State Program of the rural development for the period till 2011year.
5.7 million in cities аnd 11,7 million of rural residents use the local water sources – shallow wells and springs (Ref.: National Report about Drinking Water Quality and Drinking WS in 2004).
Number of samples of drinking water from wells, which did not meet standards on sanitary -chemical parameters, was in 2.3 times higher, than samples from centralized water supply systems and on bacteriological parameters; 4.8 times higher samples from centralized water supply systems (СОWI, Report 2002).
More than 60% of artesian water samples in rural areas do not meet the State standards (Ref.: Draft of the State Program of the rural development for the period till 2011year).
814 thousands dwellers of 1274 rural settlements in Ukraine use transported water in tanks in 2007 (Ref.: National Report about Drinking Water Quality and Drinking WS in 2007).
Total volume of waste water passed through WWTPs for the period January-September 2007 was 1.32 billion m3 (Ref.: Results of the Housing Communal Services Sector activity in 2007).
Annual increasing of sludge volumes at WWTPs is 40 million t, annual request on additional territory allocation for sludge storage is 120 GA; only for Kyiv needs it is about 14 GA/year (Ref.: National Report about Drinking Water Quality and Drinking WS in 2003).
A total of approximately 0.9 billion m³ of wastewater (20% of the total wastewater production) is discharged every year into septic tanks or disposed off in other ways and by other means in an uncontrolled manner (COWI, Report 2002).
25% of population of Ukraine is under the risk every year to develop a diseases related to consumption of poor quality drinking water (WHO Report at Kyiv Drinking Water Conference in 2006).
During last 5 years 37 outbreak of VHA had been registered. 1437 people got ill, 625 among these are children ( http://www.moz.gov.ua/ua).
There are 20.5 thousand schools in Ukraine, including 12.6 thousand (61%) in rural areas. 18% schools are not connected to water supply and sanitation systems; 95% among them are rural schools. 41% schools are not connected to sewer; 39% of them are supplied with pit latrines - 87% among these are in rural areas (Ref.: Letter addressed to MAMA-86 from the Ministry of health protection of Ukraine, 2007).
Ukraine MDGs on water: Task 1 to Goal 3 on Environmental sustainability: to increase on 12% the portion of people who use improved water and sanitation.
Indicator 1.1 Portion of urban population using water that meets the state standards, %
Indicator 1.1 Portion of rural population using drinking water that meets the state standards, % (Ref.: Analytical report MDGs: Ukraine, 23.09.2003).
From 2001 till 2004 the number of urban population with access to safe drinking water increased by 1% (from 86 to 87%). The part of rural population with safe water and sanitation did not changed – 63% (Ukraine – Millennium Development Goals – 2000+5).
MDGs on sanitation for Ukraine has not been defined.