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A lack of access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) affects women and girls disproportionally, due both to biological and cultural factors. In addition to meeting women’s needs around menstrual and sexual and reproductive health, WASH is also essential for their social and economic development, contributing towards gender equality and the realisation of their rights. In any post-2015 framework, decision-makers must address the persisting inequalities between women and men, embracing the human rights principles of equality and non-discrimination to ensure universal access to water and sanitation for all women and girls everywhere . .:. Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform
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