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World Hydrological Cycle Observing System (WHYCOS)

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WHYCOS is a global programme, developed in response to (i) the scarcity or absence of accurate and timely accessible data and information in real or near real time on freshwater resources in many parts of the world, particularly the developing countries, caused by the obsolescence of many observing networks and insufficient data management capabilities and (ii) the low level of cooperation and data exchange among countries with shared waterbodies.

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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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