Targets

1.4.6 Adressing level 1 crises

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1.4.6 “By 2015, 100% of the level one crisis has been addressed in an effective, coordinated and accountable way, through the humanitarian reform approach and with systematically consideration for rehabilitation.”

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1.5.6 Financial mechanisms to fund transboundary water institutions

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1.5.6 “By 20xx, create sustainable financial mechanisms to finance transboundary water institutions.”

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CS.1.6 Mechanism to provide public information about water infrastructure plans

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By 2018, 30 countries are implementing: transparent water budget processes, including information about water infrastructure investment planning and implementation (financial, technical, and socioeconomic impacts); and methods and tools for improving transparency and accountability within the water sector.

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2.2.6 Regional visions and agriculture plans

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2.2.6 “By 2015: develop and adopt at least two macro-regional visions optimizing water use for food security; and by 2020 develop 200 sub-regional (national, local, large area, etc.) sustainable agriculture plans”

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3.2.6 Business sectors and supply chains water footprint impact mitigation

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3.2.6 “By 2015, more than 20 major businesses and their supply chains, from multiple business sectors, have developed water footprint impact mitigation and sustainable water management certification programmes”

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2.3.6 Oil & gas production impact on water

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2.3.6 ” By 2015 a virtual collaboration platform between oil & gas professionals from International Oil Companies, National Oil Companies, Service Companies and International Trade Associations to drive responsible water management in oil and gas exploration and production is operational. This platform will address water use, impact, opportunities, assessing performance and communicatin”

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CS.2.6 Financing water in an integrated approach

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1.3.6 Household water treatment and safe storage

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1.3.6 “By 2015, 30 additional countries will have established national policies and/or regulations regarding household water treatment and safe storage; by 2018, 50 countries will have reached this target; the scale-up process will be based on a gradual and measurable increase of sound evidence of the public health benefits of this approach.”

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3.3.6 Establish a global coalition of deltas and other vulnerable areas

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3.3.6. Establish a global coalition of deltas (countries, regions) and other specifically vulnerable geographical areas (arid areas, mountainous areas etc.) to illustrate how to deal with the cumulative pressures of global change and migration processes in an inclusive, transparent and multidisciplinary way, to create an enabling and responsibilising environment for stakeholders and citizens alike, whose action plan will be launched in Marseille in 2012

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1.1.6 Key global indicators on all major components of the Right to Water

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1.1.6 “By 2015, elaborate key global indicators regarding water quality, accessibility, availability, affordability and non-discrimination, all major components of the human right to drinking water.”

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