Targets

CS.3.2: Global capacity development programme

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CS3.2: By 2015, a global capacity development programme is in place to prepare educators of formal and non-formal education to effectively reach children, youth and adults through action education in 20% of countries, especially as related to sanitation and disaster preparedness

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2.1.2 Make water resource planning a reality by adopting IWRM (Master) Plan

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2.1.2 “By 2018, the same XX countries make water resource planning a reality by adopting Integrated Water Resource Management (Master) Plan (IWRMP) at various scales within the perimeter of the IWRM authorities they have constituted  and empowered”

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AF3. Conduct regional dialogues on the 1997 UN Convention on international water courses and and on the UNGA Resolution 63/124 on the Law of Transboundary Aquifers, , and compile points of agreement and objections for wider consensus by 2015.

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AF3.  Conduct regional dialogues on the 1997 UN Convention on international water courses and and on the UNGA Resolution 63/124 on the Law of Transboundary Aquifers, , and compile points of agreement and objections for wider consensus by 2015.

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AP2.2 By 2015, creation of a mechanism of financing for local government engaged in the realization of the target C of the objective 7 of the Millennium Development Goals: reduce by half the percentage of population having no sustainable access to safe drinking water supply nor to basic purification services.

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AP2.2: By 2015, creation of a mechanism of financing for local government engaged in the realization of the target C of the objective 7 of the Millennium Development Goals: reduce by half the percentage of population having no sustainable access to safe drinking water supply nor to basic purification services.

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1.4.3 Social policies to reduce the vulnerability of most at risk populations

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1.4.3 “By 2015, 25 countries have developed social policies to reduce the vulnerability of their most at risk populations.”

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EU3. Adapting to climate change in Europe

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EU3-    Adapt to long term water challenges linked to Climate Change and prevent extreme phenomena:

• Prevention and management of flood risk,

• Prevention and management of water scarcity and drought risk,

• Demand management, non-conventional resources…

• Measures for adaptation to the effect  of Climate Change, such as green infrastructures,

• Research programmes…

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1.3.3 Rolling out water safety and sanitation safety planning

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1.3.3 “By 2021 the practice of water safety and sanitation safety planning will be fully rolled out in 90 middle and lower-income countries, at the policy, regulatory and operational levels, with the establishment of national health-based targets, the quantitative assessment of microbial risks, the implementation of cumulative health risk management and independent quality assessment.”

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CS.3.3: Water training centers / Global network of water professional training

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CS3.3: By 2015, a programme is designed and implemented to ensure development and sustainability of vocational water training centres, in order to ensure implementation of a water technician and workers capacity building programme by 2020

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CS.2.3 Sustainable cost recovery

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CS.2.3. By 2015, xx countries per region have inscribed in their water policies the achievement of sustainable cost recovery through a combination of Tax-based subsidies, Tariffs and Transfers from abroad (e.g. ODA, remittances) that is financially sustainable, reliable, and socially equitable.

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3.2.3 Assessment and impact mitigation of water footprint at basin, regional, national and municipal level

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3.2.3 “By 2015, public sector and its appropriate bodies at the basin, regional, national and/or municipal level, have developed water footprint assessment and impact mitigation plans, specifically in water stressed areas taking into account global changes”

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