Water and sanitation, migration and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
- Migration isn’t driven by a lack of water and sanitation services, but providing services can support
- The barriers faced by migrants make achieving the SDGs’ ambitions of universal access more challenging.
- Challenges stem from failures in governance, not the amount of water available, numbers of migrants or rates of migration.
- The poor visibility of migrants in data limits understanding of their needs and reduces the accountability of governments and service providers.