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AF6. Create fully functional water divisions within RECs / AMCOW sub-regional Secretariats/ organizations supported by resource pools by 2015.

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AF6. Create fully functional water divisions within RECs / AMCOW sub-regional Secretariats/ organizations supported by resource pools by 2015

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2.1.6 Guidelines to manage multiple resources and MUS systems

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2.1.6 “By 2015, water service professionals, jointly with international associations representing all usages of water, issue appropriate guidelines (with indicators of impact assessment on health, environment, resources management and hydraulic system sustainable operation) for managing multiple resources, either surface or groundwater (implementation of IWRM in groundwater-dominated systems) and mutliple use (hydraulic) systems (MUS) in line with those approved by international organizations and funding institutions”

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1.2.7 Regular comprehensive monitoring of appropriate wastewater treatment

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1.2.7 By 2025, regular comprehensive monitoring of appropriate wastewater treatment at national and global levels.”

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1.5.7 Mechanisms to share and monitor information at transboundary level

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 1.5.7 “By 20XX, develop mechanisms to share and monitor information at transboundary level especially on:(i) Scientific and social data for information systems: contribution to an online inventory and establishment of a water observatory and (ii) Indicators and guidelines for programmes monitoring the quality of cooperationandimpact of the lack of access to water on cooperation and peace-building.”

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2.1.7 Methods & recommendations on accounting/measurement equipments of used and returned flow water volumes

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2.1.7 “By 2015, Integrated Water Resource Management authorities, jointly with water service professionals will identify reliable methods and provide recommendations on appropriate equipment for accounting/measurement of withdrawn water resources as well as produced, distributed, consumptive use and return flow water volumes. As part of this process International Organizations will develop recommendations regarding which water related information should be retained or shared”

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MED 4.1 Modalities for the discharge of industrial wastewater in public sanitation systems

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By 2020, every Mediterranean country has put into force a rule supervising the discharge of industrial waste in the collective sanitation systems, and by specifying the technical, financial and monitoring modalities.

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2.3.7 Best water management practices for biofuels production

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2.3.7 “By 2015, develop and implement a conceptual framework providing guidance on best water management practices for biofuels production, both on a project level (voluntary standards) and on a policy level (regulations)”

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Am4.1 By 2015 increase the productivity of rainfed and irrigated agricultural lands

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Am4.1  By 2015 increase the productivity of rainfed and irrigated agricultural lands in the Americas by 15% as compared to 2005-07 baseline and such that by 2050 there is food security at affordable prices. Promote sustainable rural development under the increased need for food production.

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2.2.7 National strategic action programmes for key “hotspot” aquifers exploited by intensive agricultural use

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2.2.7 “By 2015, develop national strategic action programmes for key ‘hotspot’ aquifers exploited by intensive agricultural use (% aquifer depletion, % pollution), including a local definition of maximum admissible drawdown (MAD) and local definition of maximum admissible pollution levels (MAP) for agricultural uses”

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3.3.7 Climate-resilient urban water safety plans

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3.3.7. By 2020, 20 integrated urban water safety plans are prepared that include risk assessment, health, floods, stormwater drainage and supply portfolios to enhance resilience to climate change

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