Slum Dwellers (Target 7D): Slum population as percentage of urban population
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Definition: The proportion of urban population living in slums is the percentage of the population living in a slum household that lack one or more of the following basic services: improved water, improved sanitation, durable housing, sufficient living area or security of tenure.
Country: Armenia
National Series Reference: 2006: MDG Progress Report 2005-2009; Note: 2006: Urban households living in non-conventional dwellings;
Country: Turkey
International Series: 2005, 2007: In Turkey, the proporion of household using bottle water for drinking is high (more than 25%). Bottle is considered as improved.; 2009: Trend analysis was used to estimate the percenatage of slum.; 1990, 1995, 2000: DHS 1993, 1998.; 2005, 2007, 2009: DHS 1993, 1993, 2003.;


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