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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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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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1.4.1 National policies for disaster risk reduction and resilience

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1.4.1 “By 2015, 100 countries have adopted a national policy for disaster risk reduction and resilience and made it a local priority with a strong institutional basis for implementation.”

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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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1.3.1 Modular education programmes and communication strategies on links between water, sanitation, hygiene, food security and health

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1.3.1 “By 2015 develop ten modular education programmes, based on harmonized communication strategies, that foster a better understanding of linkages between water, sanitation, hygiene, food security and health to consumers, practitioners, policy/decision-makers and health promoters, and to deliver these programmes in 30 countries by 2018.”

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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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