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  • An expert team of economists based at the University of Oxford, Earth Change Institute will provide analysis to the HLP.
  • Expert Task Force – convened in Oct 2013
    Work being undertaken by a variety of research institutions including Oxford University, McMasters University in Canada, University of Massachusettes, Rio de Janeiro under the guidance of the expert task force
    Global scale research - a new water security metric that extends traditional water per capita concepts with water risk and water variability dimensions.
    Basin scale research - analysis of the pathways and investments that have been successfully used to provide greater levels of water security.
    The next stage is to integrate the findings of the country consultations, and bring all the different strands of research together.
    We expect to have more to say on the research findings in the next few months.
  • The thematic consultation on water
    This consultation is a about everything that has to do with future water challenges – the BIG water - with the purpose to listen to peoples opinions on what we have learn on from the present MSGs and what is important in a new development agenda on water. The process for the water consultation is organically developing alongside with the other consultations and issues for discussion and partners are added. It is facilitated by UN-Water bringing in its members and partners but is open to anyone to engage at different level. The actual steering and management is co-led by UNICEF, DESA and UN-Water management team.
    The web-based consultation will consist of two broad parts; the first is the general global umbrella dialogue on water trying to reach out to a large number of stakeholders not focusing on a particular water issue. The other part is the so called sub-consultations which will focus on sub sets of water and possibly attract a broader range of water experts found in civil society, academia, private sector, governments and within the UN-System.
    The on-line water consultation will be divided into three phases: Phase I is the global water consultation which will remain online and active for the whole duration of the consultation while Phase II focusing the thematic sub-consultations will start from mid-January and run up to till March 3rd 2013. Phase III will start in March and focus on summarising the outcome from the different discussions and the formulation of policy recommendations to the final report.
    The conversation will culminate in a high level face to face meeting in the Hague on the global World Water Day where the outcomes and policy recommendations will be discussed. The final report containing experiences and proposed policy recommendations will be finalized by the end of March to be delivered to the HLP but will also inform the GA and can be used by individual countries for negotiations in the during the MDG summit.
    WASH, securing water for productive uses, reducing risks from extreme weather events and CC, capacity building: sharing experience, institutional strengthening, appropriate monitoring programmes of water resources quantity and quality.
  • This follows up the 22 consultations carried out in Feb-May 2013 and reported to the OWG at their 24 May meeting. The focus chnaged from consulting on priorities to that of water goal and targets.
  • The findings of the country consultations will be widely shared, but some of the more specific actions include:
  • Note that GWP is tracking all of the upcoming SDG debates
  • Note that GWP is tracking all of the upcoming SDG debates
  • This follows up the 22 consultations carried out in Feb-May 2013 and reported to the OWG at their 24 May meeting. The focus chnaged from consulting on priorities to that of water goal and targets.
  • GWP Global Projects

    1. 1. Global Projects : 1. The Sustainable Development Goal on water in the post-2015 development agenda 2. The Global Dialogue on Water Security and Sustainable Growth 3. The Water Country Briefs 4. The World Water Forum process to April 2015 Dr Ania Grobicki GWP Executive Secretary June 2014
    2. 2. Global Dialogue on Water Security and Sustainable Growth OBJECTIVES: To produce evidence on the economics of water security in support of a Goal on Water within the post-2015 development agenda. To bring stakeholders´ voices from country level into the global debate. To generate high level political support for the Global Water Goal.
    3. 3. Phase 1 : Jan - April 2013 Phase 2 : Jan - April 2014
    4. 4. The GWP-OECD Global Dialogue on Water Security and Sustainable Growth was launched at Stockholm World Water Week on 2 September 2013 High Level Panel Co-Chairs : H.E. President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, who is also GWP Patron Mr. Angel Gurria, Secretary General of OECD, formerly Mexico’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of Finance
    5. 5. The GWP-OECD Global Dialogue Key Dates 2014/2015: 23 May 2014 Africa Water Week, Dakar (video speech by HE President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, GWP Patron) 1/3 June 2014 : Singapore International Water Week (during UNSGAB meeting) 1 September 2014 : Stockholm World Water Week November 2014 : OECD Forum, Paris April 2015 : World Water Forum, Daegu, South Korea (launch of the final report). Outcomes to feed into discussions on SDGs prior to the UNGA in September 2015.
    6. 6. Expert Task Force • Co-Chairs • Claudia Sadoff • Professor David Grey and Jim Hall (Oxford University) • Global scale research • Basin scale research • Integrating the findings of the country consultations 6
    7. 7. National Stakeholder Consultations on Water – Phase I: Jan to April 2013 8 Facilitated by GWP in 22 countries: •Discussed challenges and priorities post-2015 •Countries want targets specific to their own situation - a common thread was about implementing water resources management following an integrated approach •Issues raised informed the development of the UN-Water Recommendations •Stakeholder report was presented to the OWG for their meeting of 24 May 2013 •Brought the voice of the stakeholders into the UN process. •Supported by UNDP, UN ECE, SDC and EUWI- AWG
    8. 8. The Country Consultations presented the UN-Water recommendations to key stakeholders at country level. They covered 29 countries, some the same as phase I to get follow up and some new countries to extend the outreach. The consultations promoted and provided feedback on the proposed Water Goal and targets, including informing senior officials and New York country missions involved in the SDG negotiations. The country consultations form part of the GWP-OECD Global Dialogue on Water Security and Sustainable Growth. CountryCountry Consultations on Water –Consultations on Water – Phase II: Jan to April 2014Phase II: Jan to April 2014
    9. 9. GWP MED: Tunisia GWP WAF: Ghana Benin GWP EAF: Kenya GWP SAF: Tanzania Zambia 29 Countries which carried out the Country29 Countries which carried out the Country Consultations :Consultations : GWP SEA: Indonesia Viet Nam GWP SAS: Pakistan Sri Lanka Bangladesh Nepal GWP CACENA: Kazakhstan Tajikistan GWP SAM: Peru Brazil Argentina Colombia GWP CAM: Guatemala Nicaragua GWP CARIB: Trinidad and Tobago GWP CEE: Bulgaria Slovenia Poland Romania Each of these countries has a seat on the Open Working Group on the SDGs
    10. 10. OUTCOMES : Broad consensus that a dedicated water goal is fundamental within the post-2015 development agenda Strong support for comprehensive and inter-related targets that advance integrated approaches to water management Clear preference for a “dashboard” with flexibility for setting national targets, with definitions for terms and indicators Need for an innovative and comprehensive monitoring and evaluation system to measure progress CountryCountry Consultations on Water –Consultations on Water – Phase II: Jan to April 2014Phase II: Jan to April 2014
    11. 11. Visible Findings • Individual country reports provided to mission representatives in New York as input to SDG discussions • Synthesis report injected into the UN-Water SDG Working Group and the OWG directly • Key messages presented in Singapore IWW • Shaping the research undertaken by the Task Force • Advocacy through the High Level Panel 12
    12. 12. Post-2015 SDG Process Six thematic debates convened by the President of the General Assembly in 2014: 18-19 February 2014 : 1.Water, Sanitation and Sustainable Energy (GWP ES moderated Panel 1 on Water and Sanitation) 6-7 March 2014 : 2. Contributions of women, the young and civil society (GWP Chair participated) 9-10 April 2014 : 3. Role of partnerships (GWP Chair participated)
    13. 13. Post-2015 SDG Process -Open Working Group has 17 Areas of Focus - Water is one of them -September2014: High Level Stocktaking event -November 2014: Synthesis report on the MDGs -2015 as the International Year of Water and Development, GWP invited to be one of the lead agencies with UNDP, UNEP -Intergovernmental Negotiations until September 2015 on the proposed new post-2015 development framework
    14. 14. A role for the network? What are your ideas for our network to further engage in the SDG process throughout the year? Should GWPO apply for observer status in the UN General Assembly and can you support this? Post-2015 SDG Process and 2015 as the Year of Water and Development
    15. 15. GWP MED: Tunisia GWP WAF: Benin Cape Verde GWP EAF: Uganda Kenya GWP SAF: Chad A new Global Project : (UN) Water CountryA new Global Project : (UN) Water Country Briefs: Countries to be approached in Phase IIBriefs: Countries to be approached in Phase II GWP SEA: Indonesia GWP SAS: Nepal GWP CACENA: Uzbekistan Tajikistan GWP SAM: Brazil GWP CAM: Guatemala GWP CEE: Romania Countries in italics also carried out Country Consultations Phase I of Water Country Briefs led by FAO French Water Partnership : France
    16. 16. 7th World Water Forum  When: April 12-17, 2015  Where: Daegu & Gyeongbuk, South Korea  What: 4 Main Processes + Side-events Thematic Process Political Process Science & Technology Process Regional Process NEW! • Expo & Fair • Citizen’s Forum • Co-located Events • Cultural Events
    17. 17. • Opening & Closing Ceremony • Thematic Process • Science & Technology Process • Expo & Fair • Political Process • High-level Panel • Regional Process • Citizen’s Forum Daegu: EXCODaegu: EXCO Gyeongju: HICOGyeongju: HICO 300 300kmkm Gyeongju - 6 - 7th World Water Forum
    18. 18. ★ 7th World Water Forum2014 2015 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Registration Early Bird Registration (from Apr., up until 3 months before the Forum) Pre-Registration On-Site Registration • Completion of Working Groups (June) • Draft of the Forum program (~ Dec.) 4 Processes Water EXPO • Call for Proposals (Mar.~) • Selection of Programs (~ Dec.) Citizen’s Forum Co-located Events Application (Apr.~Aug.) Selection of Programs - 5 - Early Bird (Apr.~Jul) Booth allocation 7th World Water Forum
    19. 19. - GWPO Focal Point: Fraser MacLeod - Regional and Subregional Process - All GWP Regions involved, several co-leading (eg.GWP Med, CACENA) - New cross.regional process led by GWP : Economic Water Insecurity (EWI) - Thematic Process - SMART implementation of IWRM (GWP co-leads the Design Group) - Water and Disasters session - Interest in other sessions (Urbanization, Food Security) - Science and Technology - Roles TBD - Political - Global Dialogue GWP in World Water Forum
    20. 20. Thank you ! A growing international network since 1996

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