Serbia Clean Water Access 2000-2021

The percentage of people using drinking water from an improved source that is accessible on premises, available when needed and free from faecal and priority chemical contamination. Improved water sources include piped water, boreholes or tubewells, protected dug wells, protected springs, and packaged or delivered water.
  • Serbia clean water access for 2017 was 74.73%, a 0.02% increase from 2016.
  • Serbia clean water access for 2016 was 74.71%, a 0% increase from 2015.
  • Serbia clean water access for 2015 was 74.71%, a 0% increase from 2014.
  • Serbia clean water access for 2014 was 74.71%, a 0% increase from 2013.
Data Source: World Bank

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Similar Country Ranking
Country Name % of Population
Bulgaria 96.95%
Belarus 94.52%
Turkmenistan 93.90%
Jordan 93.82%
Costa Rica 93.80%
Montenegro 93.60%
Malaysia 93.33%
Iran 91.80%
Kazakhstan 89.51%
Bosnia 88.84%
Grenada 87.12%
Armenia 86.48%
Romania 81.92%
North Macedonia 81.01%
Russia 76.03%
Ecuador 75.07%
Serbia 74.73%
Azerbaijan 73.56%
Colombia 73.23%
Albania 70.02%
Paraguay 63.89%
Iraq 58.83%
Samoa 58.82%
Guatemala 55.99%
Peru 50.35%
Lebanon 47.70%
Mexico 42.87%
American Samoa 12.58%
Serbia Clean Water Access - Historical Data
Year % of Population Annual Change
2017 74.73% 0.02%
2016 74.71% 0.00%
2015 74.71% 0.00%
2014 74.71% 0.00%
2013 74.70% 0.00%
2012 74.70% 0.01%
2011 74.70% 0.02%
2010 74.68% 0.02%
2009 74.66% 0.02%
2008 74.64% 0.02%
2007 74.62% 0.02%
2006 74.60% 0.02%
2005 74.59% 0.02%
2004 74.57% 0.02%
2003 74.55% 0.02%
2002 74.53% 0.02%
2001 74.51% 0.02%
2000 74.49% 0.02%