Safe Water for All (SWA) and partners have reported significant progress on 56 percent of their 383 commitments to ensuring sustainability of water and sanitation services. Most of the commitments are meant to be achieved by April 2016 and aim at removing barriers to progress, eliminating inequalities and ensuring sustainability of water and sanitation services. The 43 developing countries report significant progress on half of their commitments, including a tenth, which are already achieved. In particular, they report progress on commitments to improve the visibility of the sector, develop and implement national monitoring systems, and increase institutional and human capacity. Countries, however, also report slow progress on almost 40 percent of their commitments, including 7 percent facing major barriers.