This practice note discusses the development of web-based tools to enable geographical representation of data – some of which have exciting applications in the design and monitoring of WASH systems. It introduces three tools of this type and briefly discusses the advantages and disadvantages of each: Google Fusion Tables, WaterAid’s Waterpoint Mapper, and Water for People’s FLOW.

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Sanitation, Tools, Water