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The water and sanitation sector is verifiably receiving increased attention and funding through international development cooperation. Not least because of the way that it affects incentives and institutions in partner countries, development cooperation can have either positive or negative effects on human rights though. The consolidated frameworks for the human rights to water and sanitation is becoming linked to the international community's coordinated development efforts, as evidenceddoi:10.1590/1413-81232017227.04872017 pmid:28724006 fatcat:s7mzg6llzjh23dld4ujdy64xf4