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Q1.

How many people in the developing world do not have access to improved sanitation?

  150,000
  1.1 million
  2.5 billion

Q2.

How many people in the world will be facing a serious water shortage by 2025?

  More than 2.5 million
  More than 2.8 billion
  More than 10 billion

Q3.

Ethiopia is one of the poorest countries in the world with some of the highest rates of child death from diarrhoea. What percentage of its GDP does Ethiopia spend on the military, on health and on sanitation?

  0.8% military, 9.5% health, 3% sanitation
  9.5% military, 3% health, 0.8% sanitation
  3% military, 0.8% health, 9.5% sanitation

Q4.

How much annual investment is needed to meet the MDG targets for improved water supply and sanitation, and what would the annual economic benefits be of reaching these?

   

Required annual investment to meet the MDG is USD 11 billion; the total annual economic benefits of reaching the MDG is USD 84 billion

   

Required annual investment to meet the MDG is USD 84 billion; the total annual economic benefits of reaching the MDG is USD 11 billion

   

Required annual investment to meet the MDG is USD 84 billion; the total annual economic benefits of reaching the MDG is equally USD 84 billion

Q5.

The water footprint shows the amount of water used by a country in relation to the number of people in its population. The global average water footprint is 1240m3/cap/yr (for the period 1997-2001). Which country has a water footprint beyond the global average?

  China
  USA
  South Africa