Millennium Development Goals, Mexico

MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS

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7. ENSURE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
  
1. ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY AND HUNGER 2. ACHIEVE UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION 3. PROMOTE GENDER EQUALITY AND EMPOWER WOMEN 4. REDUCE CHILD MORTALITY 5. IMPROVE MATERNAL HEALTH 6. COMBAT HIV/AIDS, MALARIA AND OTHER DISEASES 8. DEVELOP A GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP FOR DEVELOPMENT
 

Target 7.C. Halve, by 2015, the proportion of people without sustainable access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation

7.9. Proportion of population using an improved sanitation facility - Reformulated


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1990 - 2015
(Percentage)
State
   2015   
     
Total Non rural Rural      
  Estados Unidos Mexicanos
91.4 96.6 74.2      
Aguascalientes
98.5 99.5 94.3      
Baja California
96.1 97.5 81.9      
Baja California Sur
96.5 97.9 86.6      
Campeche
91.7 95.7 79.4      
Coahuila de Zaragoza
97.0 98.1 85.3      
Colima
98.9 99.2 96.5      
Chiapas
84.4 96.3 72.6      
Chihuahua
92.9 97.7 63.2      
Ciudad de Mexico
98.5 98.5 93.1      
Durango
91.2 97.8 75.4      
Guanajuato
92.7 97.4 81.2      
Guerrero
77.1 91.7 55.7      
Hidalgo
89.4 97.1 81.0      
Jalisco
97.4 98.7 89.0      
Mexico
93.7 96.5 75.8      
Michoacan de Ocampo
89.3 94.1 78.9      
Morelos
95.7 96.9 90.2      
Nayarit
93.4 98.4 82.2      
Nuevo Leon
97.6 98.7 80.5      
Oaxaca
71.8 88.4 56.2      
Puebla
88.8 94.4 74.3      
Queretaro
94.6 98.3 86.7      
Quintana Roo
95.9 98.0 79.0      
San Luis Potosi
85.2 96.9 63.7      
Sinaloa
92.8 97.0 80.7      
Sonora
91.7 95.8 63.4      
Tabasco
95.5 97.1 93.1      
Tamaulipas
91.1 96.1 50.4      
Tlaxcala
95.5 96.8 90.5      
Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave
84.3 94.7 68.0      
Yucatan
86.5 89.1 72.1      
Zacatecas
92.4 98.1 83.5      
Note: Refers to plumbing connected to the public grid or septic tank.
The rural communities of less than 2500 inhabitants and those of non rural 2500 and more inhabitants are considered.
Source:  INEGI. Censo General de Población y Vivienda (varios años), Conteo de Población y Vivienda (varios años) and Encuesta Intercensal 2015.
Colima
Municipality
   2015   
Total Non rural Rural
Armeria 97.4 97.6 95.8
Colima 99.2 99.4 96.3
Comala 97.7 97.9 97.4
Coquimatlan 98.9 99.1 98.5
Cuauhtemoc 98.4 98.3 98.6
Ixtlahuacan 97.3 98.5 95.8
Manzanillo 98.7 99.1 95.7
Minatitlan 95.9 98.9 92.0
Tecoman 99.3 99.5 97.3
Villa de Alvarez 99.4 99.5 94.3
Note: Refers to plumbing connected to the public grid or septic tank.
The rural communities of less than 2500 inhabitants and those of non rural 2500 and more inhabitants are considered.
Source:  INEGI. Censo General de Población y Vivienda (varios años), Conteo de Población y Vivienda (varios años) and Encuesta Intercensal 2015.
Updating date: March 31st, 2016
Next update: Every 10 and 5 years




  

ABOUT THE MDGs

THE MDGs IN MEXICO

What are they?   Monitoring the MDGs
Millennium Declaration National Reports
UN Manuals Comparative UN – Mexico indicators
Global Reports How is Mexico doing?
Reports from Latin America and the Caribbean Committee for the SDGs and responsible State Units for the MDGs
UN agencies for the MDGs Calendar of indicator updates
More information about the indicators
The MDGs at subnational level

2030 AGENDA FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

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