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1.1.5 Simple, inclusive and reliable reporting mechanism for water supply

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1.1.5 “By 2020 more than half of countries in each continent have organized a simple, inclusive and reliable reporting mechanism for water supply that includes every local water service providers in rural and urban areas.”

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2.4.5 Green accounting and data improvement

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2.4.5 “By 20XX, green accounting methodologies fully incorporating the environmental, social and economic dimensions of water are demonstrated in national accounting case studies for XX countries”

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1.2.5 Comprehensive strategic sanitation plans for urban, peri-urban and rural areas

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1.2.5 “By 2020, at least 20 additional countries will have adopted and implemented a comprehensive strategic sanitation plan for urban, peri-urban and rural areas. The plan shall include a hierarchy of priorities for subsequent plans of actions to be implemented at national and local levels and shall cover all components of the sanitation chain.”

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CS.2.5 Innovative financing for local stakeholders

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CS.2.5. By 2015, the resources mobilized through innovative financing mechanisms inspired and promoted by the “1% water and sanitation solidarity levy” have increased by xx%.

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1.5.5 Pragmatic solutions to water-related crises in conflict situations

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1.5.5 “By 20xx, in local and international conflict situation develop pragmatic solutions to water related issues through cooperation and dialogue involving the principal actors at the level of the conflict”

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2.2.5 Increase the capacity of water storages in support of irrigated agriculture

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2.2.5 “Increasing capacity of water storage in support of irrigated agriculture in an environmentally sufficient and socially sound management”

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2.3.5 Sustainable hydropower schemes

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2.3.5 “By 2015, in at least 20 countries covering the five major regions, an assessment tool on hydropower sustainability (covering economic; social and environmental dimensions) – developed through a mutli-stakeholder process – is applied to advance preparation and implementation/operation of sustainable hydropower schemes”

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MED 3.1 In the medium term (by 2020), every Mediterranean country – supported by multi-stakeholder national dialogues and in view of achieving cross-sectoral water resources management – has in place operational and applicable national IWRM Plans and Water Efficiency Strategies and has developed and/or substantially advanced river basin management plans, all of which are linked/align with National Development Strategies, National and/or Sectoral Financing Strategies, National Adaptation Plans and, where applicable, National Integrated Coastal Zone Management Plans and International Agreements regarding the protection of transboundary water bodies

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In the medium term (by 2020), every Mediterranean country – supported by multi-stakeholder national dialogues and in view of achieving cross-sectoral water resources management – has in place operational and applicable national IWRM Plans and Water Efficiency Strategies and has developed and/or substantially advanced river basin management plans, all of which are linked/align with National Development Strategies, National and/or Sectoral Financing Strategies, National Adaptation Plans and, where applicable, National Integrated Coastal Zone Management Plans and International Agreements regarding the protection of transboundary water bodies

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CS.3.5: Effective public awareness raising networks of professionals

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CS3.5: By 2015, strengthen and establish effective public awareness raising networks of professional actors and young professionals in the water and sanitation sector by appropriate PR campaigns on water issues using, inter alia, new social media and by improved geographical coverage as well as by better quality of information, respectively; Develop guidelines regarding communication on drinking water, sanitation, hygiene, food security, and health issues towards specific audiences using appropriate technologies

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3.3.5 Establish the Alliance for Global Water Adaptation

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3.3.5. By 2012, the Alliance for Global Water Adaptation (AGWA) is established as a global leader in providing knowledge and advice on mainstreaming adaptation to climate change in water programs, strategies, plans and projects.

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