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Urban slum households, reported as a share of the urban population. A slum household is a group of individuals living under the same roof who lack one or more (in some cities, two or more) of the following: security of tenure, structural quality and durability of dwelling, access to safe water, access to sanitation facilities, and sufficient living area. Urban slum households are located within an area classified as urban according to administrative criteria used by each country or area.

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Medium size cities (More than 300 000 people in 2014), % urban Cities with 5 to 10 million people, % total Cities with less than 0.3 million people, % total Cities with 10 million or more people, thousand people

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