Targets

1.5.1 Acceptance and implementation of the principles of existing water law in the international community

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1.5.1Increase the political acceptance and implementation of the principles of existing international, regional and local water law (i.e. principles, customary law, state practice, conventions, bilateral or multilateral agreements, significant judicial decisions and writings, etc.) in the international community.”

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2.3.1 Energy efficiency of urban water systems

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2.3.1 “Measures are implemented by public authorities and water utilities in cities totalling 500 million inhabitants, aiming at a minimal improvement of 20% of energy efficiency of municipal water and wastewater systems by 2020 compared to 1990 level”

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CS.2.1 Strategic financial planning for water supply and sanitation

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By 2015, a number of countries are aware of and have expressed support to the concept of stratégic planning for WSS and most of these countries have engaged in the process of developing a strategic plan or have set a clear timeline for when to do this.

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AP1 Reduce by half the number of people who do not have access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation in our region by 2015 and to reduce that number to achieve universal and sustainable targets by 2025. On sanitation, this includes the adoption of new and innovative sanitation systems that are not as water reliant as current methods.

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AP1 Reduce by half the number of people who do not have access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation in our region by 2015 and to reduce that number to achieve universal and sustainable targets by 2025. On sanitation, this includes the adoption of new and innovative sanitation systems that are not as water reliant as current methods.

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1.1.1 National policies delivering on the major components of the Right to Water in practice

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1.1.1  “For 2012, highlight the practical implications of the Right to Water for practitioners by collecting and disseminating at least one example per category in each region of national policies targeting and delivering effectively better water quality,availability, accessibility, affordability at country level, all major components of the human right to drinking water.”

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1.2.1 Access to and maintenance of appropriate sanitary toilets

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1.2.1 “By 2050 whole population/communities (every one and especially children) use and properly maintain appropriate sanitary toilets. (MDGs)”

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Am1.1 By 2012 all countries in Americas are aware of the declaration of water and sanitation as human rights

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Am1.1 By 2012 all countries in the Americas are aware of the implications and principles of the declaration of water and sanitation as human rights, and by 2015 an additional 25% of countries in the region have a formal roadmap for implementation of those rights.

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3.1.1 Policies and strategies to protect and sustainably use water

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3.1.1 “By 2015, XX additional countries shall have established policies and strategies to protect and sustainably use their water resources and the ecosystems so that they that provide enough water, of adequate quality, as well as other ecosystem services, and by 2018 these policies and strategies have been institutionalised in the mandates of X national organisations and platforms”

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2.1.1 Countries adopt processes that encourage/ensure the participation of all stakeholders in IWRM

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2.1.1 “By 2015, according to their laws and regulations, XX new countries adopt processes that encourage/ensure the participation of all stakeholders in IWRM, and thus set up and empower appropriate Integrated Water Resources Management authorities at relevant levels, representing the stakeholders”

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2.4.1 Greengrowth: Policies and Enabling conditions

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2.4.1 “By 2012, propose a framework for action on water in green growth, in support of the MDGs and implementation of Rio+20 agreements, that address local, national and regional action and could be included in the Forum’s political declarations”

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