Yei is the second largest urban centre in Central Equatoria State in South Sudan with a population of around 230,000. Reportedly, the town had a well-developed infrastructure including roads and electricity supplies, water and sanitation systems in the town centre during the 1970s. Wars and civil unrest have troubled the town ever since. In the past decade the population has been exposed to several outbreaks of Cholera.
Executive summary: 25/08/2015 (Last update: 25/08/2015)
Final Report: 25/11/2015 (Last update: 08/03/2016)
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98% on-site sanitation technologies (pit latrines, septic tanks, biogas digesters)
2% open defecation
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