Leave No One Behind

At the current trajectory, the SDG 6.2 indicator of safely managed sanitation will not be realized until the 22nd century. Even universal access to basic sanitation, a lower hurdle, will not be reached until 2043.

We have a joint responsibility to ensure off track, high-burden countries can achieve SDG 6.2; and we must focus on those least able to respond. We can only achieve the SDGs if no one is left behind.

Leave no one behind

It is time to act to keep the commitment of the SDG agenda alive so that we leave no one behind.


We support and work with governments to develop or transform policies, laws, regulations, distribution of resources or other decisions that affect people's lives and to ensure that such decisions are implemented. Our efforts are focused at the national and regional level while drawing on the results to inform the global discourse.