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Share of public lower secondary schools without a drinking water facility or water delivery point that is designed to protect water from external contamination, particularly of fecal origin. Examples of potable drinking water facilities include pipe-borne water, protected wells, boreholes, protected spring water and rainwater. Access to potable water is important for ensuring hygienic practices within schools and reducing the spread of certain diseases which may affect pupils’ well-being or educational performance. Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.