More needs to be done for marginalised groups despite reforms in the sector

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  • Sunday, 02 Dec 2018

THE water sector reform implemented in 2006 reorganised the institutional framework at the federal level and benefited some states, says United Nations Special Rapporteur on the human rights to safe drinking water and sanitation Léo Heller who was in Malaysia recently.

It ensures provision, regulation and funding for both water and sanitation but more needs to be done for neglected groups, he says.

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