Targets

AF1. Develop and implement sanitation and water plans to bring back on track the neglected areas including post conflict countries, informal settlements and slums, rural communities, and small towns by 2015.

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AF1. Develop and implement sanitation and water plans to bring back on track the neglected areas including post conflict countries, informal settlements and slums, rural communities, and small towns by 2015.

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AR1. In the medium term (by 2020), raising water use efficiency by 15 to 25 % for meeting increased water demand and ensuring water and food security for facing the future challenges in accordance with the available water resources and the principals of sustainable development.

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CS.1.1 Institutionalized and informed participation mechanisms

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CS1.1: By 20xx, all countries will have adopted institutionalized and informed participation mechanisms allowing stakeholders (local authorities, NGOs, users) to influence decision-making at all relevant scales and in an integrated manner

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3.3.1 Water management in UNFCCC adaptation committee and Climate Fund

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Target 3.3.1.: By 20XX, water management knowledge, in particular related to adaptation and mitigation , shall inform and guide the UNFCCC Adaptation Committee, and shall be adequately addressed under the mechanism of the Green Climate Fund, as an outcome of COP 17 and COP 18 decisions.

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1.3.1 Modular education programmes and communication strategies on links between water, sanitation, hygiene, food security and health

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1.3.1 “By 2015 develop ten modular education programmes, based on harmonized communication strategies, that foster a better understanding of linkages between water, sanitation, hygiene, food security and health to consumers, practitioners, policy/decision-makers and health promoters, and to deliver these programmes in 30 countries by 2018.”

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CS.3.1: Research for water governance

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CS3.1: By 2015, design and implement a programme, including in developing countries, to improve the delivery of research for water governance with a view to increase capacity/strengthen leadership of decision makers at various levels through establishing effective science-policy interfaces

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MED 1.1 Improving water use efficiency in the various water user sectors and between uses

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By 2015, each Mediterranean country has set its own national objectives for water use efficiency in the various using sectors and for water allocation between the different uses (productive and environmental) and defined/implemented “efficiency plans” for achieving their short-, medium- and long-term objectives.

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2.2.1 Sustainably increase land & water productivity of rainfed agriculture

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2.2.1 “By 2020, rainfed land productivity (yield per unit area) will sustainably increase by 25% in Africa, and by 15% in Asia – as compared to 2005 – 2007 baseline. Water productivity (yield per unit of water) of rainfed agriculture will  sustainably increase for grains by 20% in Africa and in Asia by 15% compared to 2005-2007 baseline)”

 

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3.2.1 Water footprint tools and databases

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3.2.1 “By 2013, global high-resolution water footprint and water availability databases and maps are publicly available, as well as environmental flow requirements, water scarcity and water pollution maps at multiple scales including river basins”

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EU1. Good practices for transboundary water cooperation in Europe

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Short introduction

      – Implementation of the UNECE 1992 “Helsinki” Water Convention on European transboundary rivers,

     – Specificity of the implementation in International Districts of the European Water  Framework Directive.

 

 

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