Translation of sanitation in Spanish:

sanitation

condiciones de salubridad, n.

Pronunciation /ˌsænəˈteɪʃ(ə)n//sanɪˈteɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1

    (hygiene)
    condiciones de salubridad feminine
    • Food habit, clean drinking water and proper sanitation hold the key to preserving the health of the people.
    • Most epidemics are caused by lack of proper sanitation and safe drinking water.
    • Apart from ensuring health, hygiene and sanitation, the army is focussing on the psychological rehabilitation of the survivors.
    • Many communities still suffer from lack of clean drinking water and sanitation.
    • A total of 2.4 billion people currently lack adequate sanitation facilities.
    • In the absence of adequate medical services, congestion and poor sanitation may cause health hazards.
    • Moreover to maintain the men's health and strength, sanitation and cleanliness were made matters of regulation.
    • Different groups had varying standards of health and sanitation.
    • The Infection Control department reviewed interim plans to ensure cleaning and sanitation standards could be maintained.
    • The United Nations estimates that 1.1 billion people have no access to fresh water and 2.4 billion lack access to adequate sanitation.
    • At this point, the lack of clean drinking water and sanitation is the main threat.
    • Clean water, sanitation and health education are seen as the greatest needs.
    • Access to clean drinking water and sanitation alone would save nearly two million lives each year and prevent half a billion diseases annually.
    • Close living conditions, poor sanitation, and lack of medical facilities has led to an increase of communicable diseases.
    • They are generally living in older areas of modern cities, which are well known for poor sanitation, lack of health facilities and basic amenities.
    • Health and sanitation is a reliable indicator of the level of progress a particular society makes in various sectors.
    • The disease is common in developing countries lacking adequate sewage and sanitation facilities.
    • Access to clean drinking water and adequate sanitation, especially in the rural countryside, is limited.
    • It was not just the developing countries with their large populations and lack of adequate sanitation that wanted a solution to the problem of malaria.
    • With little access to clean drinking water and sanitation, the inhabitants face a constant threat of disease.
  • 2

    (waste disposal system)
    servicios sanitarios masculine