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Water use by households is mostly driven by the population, the efficiency of conveyance systems, and the proportion of population connected to water supply services. Eastern Partnership countries present considerably different progress. Overall, there is a decreasing trend in population in all countries except Azerbaijan. In parallel to the development of connecting the more portion of population to the water supply systems, total water use by households has been increasing in all countries since 2010. Nevertheless, each country presents different trends in total water use for households, either due to improvements in conveyance systems or continuing increases in the total population (Figure 17 and Figure 18).  Water use per capita is an indication on the performance of the water utility systems, as well as cultural behaviours of individuals water consumption. However, measuring the impacts of cultural behaviours in water consumption is challenging and requires peer-to-peer comparison within the same layer of sociological groups.

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