The Ethiopia Domestic Water Use 2010 map is a result of data collection and analysis of millions of data points. The calculations take into account water demand and supply in formal, informal, urban and rural sectors on a 5 arc minute grid (approximately 9X9 km at the equator). Our GIS algorithms analyse country’s population distribution, density in urban agglomeration and rural areas, status of utility water supply, water and wastewater coverage, water leakages and non-revenue water, groundwater use, energy availability, current status of infrastructure, government policies, investments on water-wastewater infrastructure and other socio-economic attributes, such as, GDP and per capita disposable income.
The map offers data of Ethiopia’s Total Domestic Water Use in cubic meter around 2010 for each 5 arc-minute pixel/regions (on the ground, it is approximately 85 sq.km at the equator and about 50 sq.km at around 60 degree north/south Latitude). Please note that pixels with the same values have been merged.
Not all users may need such granularity of data. If you are interested in aggregated values at Province/State or District/County level please email for a quote to firstname.lastname@example.org.