Proportion of households with access to a functioning toilet
A functioning toilet is one that is fully constructed, in working order, of a type and in a location acceptable to intended users. This definition excludes toilets that do not adequately protect users living areas, drinking-water sources and use from contamination, latrines that are full, toilets that are too dirty to use, toilets with broken superstructures, toilets that are inaccessible or located where people are embarrassed to use them etc. Access is defined by the intended users of the toilets. If they report that all household members can use a clean and private functioning toilet when they need, this means they have access to a functioning toilet.
Model questions for survey
Do all the members of this household have access to a functioning toilet?
IF NOT, how many household members do have access, and how many do not for any reason?