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Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14
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Kenzo Hiroki's presentation at the GWP Strategy Launch 21.03.14

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GWP in Action 2009-2013 - A prelude to launching GWP Strategy 2014-2019. By Kenzo Hiroki, Vice Chair, GWP Steering Committee. The presentation was made at the launch event in Tokyo 21 March 2014.

GWP in Action 2009-2013 - A prelude to launching GWP Strategy 2014-2019. By Kenzo Hiroki, Vice Chair, GWP Steering Committee. The presentation was made at the launch event in Tokyo 21 March 2014.

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  • The national consultations are being undertaken in collaboration with UN-Water, based on their Technical Advice Paper, which was developed with GWP as a Partner: http://www.unwater.org/news-events/news-details/en/c/213666/. UN-Water’s homepage: http://www.unwater.org/home/en/
  • The proposed Goal for Water is : Securing Sustainable Water for All. The aim is to set a 15 year period for the new development agenda from 2015 to 2030. This comprehensive goal sets out the broad purpose of the water goal in simple language that can be readily understood and communicated. It is coupled with five targets that are inter-related, all of which are needed to meet the goal. They cover (i) drinking water supply and sanitation, (ii) water resources management, (iii) water governance, (iv) wastewater pollution and water quality and finally (v) water-related disasters. The goal and targets are all inter-linked and require an integrated approach so that there is synergy across the range of interventions needed to meet the targets.
  • Growing body of evidence on the cost-benefits of investing in water.
  • These five targets have been formulated after an extensive consultation among over 25 UN agencies plus partners including GWP. The aim is to have clear target that set out objectives that are measurable and realistic. The aim is for countries to set values for the various numbers (x, y z) etc. which would then be compounded to give overall global values. The final wording of the targets is the responsibility of the OWG and the aim of the meeting is not to discuss the wording but to consider if they cover the key issues important to the country, if any key priority is not covered and if they set a suitable framework for the future development agenda.
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    • 1. GWP in Action 2009-2013 - A prelude to launching GWP Strategy 2014-2019 - Kenzo Hiroki Vice Chair, GWP Steering Committee
    • 2. Our Mission To this end, GWP helps people to build coalitions to find water management solutions that serve the public good. GWP convenes, empowers and connects people with a stake in water use and management GWP helps the people to work together effectively towards water security… The Global Water Partnership (GWP) came into being from the clear conviction that there had to be a new way of doing business towards water security
    • 3. Stakeholders’ Participation IWRM is our tool towards water secure world Water Security Level
    • 4. 4 1. Have we grown? 2. Have we seen satisfactory advancement of IWRM? 3. Have we responded to emerging water challenges fast enough? 4. Have we had enough money and will we ? 5. Do we still have challenges today? GWP in 2009-2013 Key Questions
    • 5. Growth of GWP membership - Nearly tenfold increase in 10 years (2002-2012)- 2,069 2,176 2,359 2,585 2,770 149 154 157 164 167 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500 4,000 CountriesPartners Number of Partners Number of Countries
    • 6. 6 Number of GWP Actions Action category by GWP Tool Box 2012 Strategy 2009 to 2012 Total since 1998 A Enabling Environment 19 39 77 B Institutional Roles and Capacity 16 37 91 C Management Instruments 19 71 118 Total: 54 147 286 We have grown in terms of countries, memberships, and actions.
    • 7. Number of countries which GWP directly helped in producing or implementing IWRM Plans Period Number of countries which GWP directly helped in producing or implementing IWRM Plans Number of countries which GWP directly helped in producing IWRM Plans 2002- 2012 36 21 2009- 2012 21 6
    • 8. HDI: Human Development Index Global Progress of IWRM Plan (2008-2012) - UN-Water Survey on Status of IWRM (2012) - Source: Status report on the integrated approaches to water Resources Management, UN-Water
    • 9. KeyInfra. Development/ Financing Financing IWRM Monitoring the Resource Disaster management Water efficiency management Climate change adaptation Institutional capacity building Coordination between levels Cross-sector coordination Legislation Knowledge sharing Stakeholder participation Transboundary capacity Management by private sector Key management challenges in IWRM Source: Status report on the integrated approaches to water Resources Management, UN-Water Low Med. High HighestPriority: No problem We have seen good global progress in IWRM, but still much more to do
    • 10. 0 2 2 2 2.8 33 20 16 25 13 8 9 23 18 21 18 14 20 31 22 9 14 19 33 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Financing IWRM IWRM Plan IWRM Policy IWRM Law Not relevant Under development Developed, not implemented Implementation Started Implementation advanced Fully implemented Global Status of IWRM Plan and Implementation Source: Status report on the integrated approaches to water Resources Management, UN-Water
    • 11. 7 0 0 6 0 32 18 5 17 0 10 23 22 5 4 18 24 31 24 17 20 21 27 30 29 14 13 16 19 50 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Cross-sector coordination Capacity Building Monitoring & Info. Financing WR Infra. Stakeholder Participation Not relevant Under development Developed, not implemented Implementation Started Implementation advanced Fully implemented Global Status of IWRM Plan and Implementation Source: Status report on the integrated approaches to water Resources Management, UN-Water
    • 12. How have we spent money? 68%7% 3% 22% GWPO Total Expenditure 2010-2012 Region/Countries Tool Box/Technical Support Global Governance Secretariat Total: 26.9million EUR/3 years  We had not much, but Max for Regions/Countries  Fund has been fully used to support GWP field actions  We will have sufficient funds for next strategy
    • 13. Our challenges ahead
    • 14. 14 Any growth without water? World Water Development Report 2, UNESCO-WWAP, 2006 Areas in red are densely populated with high water stress
    • 15. Source: Water Footprint Network Water cooperation is everybody’s issue -Virtual water trade in the world- --
    • 16. Major Water-Related Disasters in 2010 & 2011 Philippines Flood 110 dead Dec. 24, 2010– Jan. 2011 Nigeria Flood 40 dead Sep. 13, 2010 Philippines Tropical cyclone 35 dead Oct. 18, 2010 Nicaragua Flood 66 dead Aug. 17, 2010 Burkina Faso Flood 16 dead Jul. 21, 2010 France Extratropical cyclone 53 dead Feb. 28, 2010 Honduras Flood 117 dead Aug. 2010 India Flood 203 dead Nov. 15, 2010 Pakistan Flood 1,985 dead Jul. 28, 2010 Pakistan Flood 60 dead Jul. 21, 2010 Poland Flood 16 dead May. 17, 2010 Tajikistan Flood 73 dead May. 06, 2010 Indonesia Tsunami 530 dead Oct. 24, 2010 Benin Flood 46 dead Jul. 2010 Philippines Flood 16 dead Mar. 14, 2011 Bolivia Flood 56 dead Feb. 14, 2011 Philippines Flood 23 dead Jan. 25, 2011 Brazil Flood 806 dead Jan. 11, 2011 United States Local storm 354 dead Apr. 22, 2011 United States Local storm 142 dead May. 22, 2011 Colombia Flood 138 dead Apr. 2011 Kenya Flood 100 dead May. 08, 2010 China Flood 1,691 dead May. 29, 2010 Philippines Flood 16 dead Nov. 01, 2010 Australia Flood 16 dead Dec. 25, 2010-Jan. 2011 Indonesia Flood 291 dead Oct. 02, 2010 Bolivia Flood 26 dead Jan. 01, 2010 Colombia Flood 418 dead Apr. 06, 2010 Afghanistan Flood 70 dead May. 05, 2010 Afghanistan Flood 65 dead Jul. 27, 2010 Philippines Tropical cyclone 146 dead Jul. 12, 2010Pakistan Flood 456 dead Aug. 2010 Thailand Flood※ 813 dead Oct. 2011 Angola Flood 7 dead Mar. 01, 2010 Bangladesh Flood 10 dead Jul. 19, 2011 Brazil Flood 72 dead Jun.19, 2010 China Flood 102 dead Sept. 2011 China Flood 152 dead Jun. 2010China Local storm 30 dead Jan. 01, 2010 China Tropical cyclone 75 dead Sep. 20, 2010 Japan Tsunami 15,824 dead Mar .11, 2011 Myanmar Flood 106 dead Oct. 20, 2011 China Flood 168 dead Jun. 03, 2011 China Flood 59 dead Aug. 13, 2010 China Local storm 17 dead Apr. 17 ,2011Myanmar Tropical cyclone 45 dead Oct. 22, 2010 El Salvador Flood 35 dead Sep. 2011 Guatemala Flood 43 dead Oct 12, 2011 Guatemala Tropical cyclone 174 dead May. 28, 2010 India Flood 34 dead Sep. 2011 India Flood 196 dead Aug. 06, 2010 India Local storm 54 dead May. 06, 2010 Bangladesh Flood 15 dead Oct. 01, 2010 India Flood 53 dead Jul. 5, 2010 India Flood 200 dead Sep. 18, 2010 India Flood 98 dead Jul. 05, 2010 India Tropical cyclone 114 dead Apr. 13, 2010 Sri Lanka Flood 43 dead Jan. 05, 2011 Madagascar Tropical cyclone 35 dead Feb. 14, 2011 Brazil Flood 256 dead Apr. 04, 2010 Mexico Tropical cyclone 12 dead Sep. 15, 2010 Mexico Tropical cyclone 20 dead Jun. 30, 2011 Mexico Flood 25 dead Sep. 20, 2010 Mexico Tropical cyclone 22 dead Jun. 30, 2010 Namibia Flood 65 dead Mar. 01, 2011 Kenya Flood 94 dead Mar. 01, 2010 Madagascar Tropical cyclone 120 dead Mar. 10, 2010 Nepal Flood 89 dead Jun. 2011 Niger Flood 3 dead Aug. 01, 2010 Chad Flood 24 dead Aug. 15, 2010 Nepal Flood 138 dead Aug. 21, 2010 Thailand Flood 258 dead Oct. 10, 2010 Philippines Tropical cyclone 43 dead Aug. 27, 2011 Philippines Flood 103 dead Sept. 24, 2011 Philippines Storm 84 dead July 26, 2011 Viet Nam Flood 84 dead Oct. 01, 2010 Viet Nam Flood 50 dead Nov. 12, 2010 Viet Nam Flood 21 dead Oct. 14, 2010 Cambodia Flood 207 dead Aug. 2011 Source: EM-DAT/CRED as of Jan 19, 2012 * The data for Oct 2011 flood in Thailand is from CRED/UN ISDR Press Conference Report, Jan 18, 2012 (includes missing) Disasters with more than 50 persons dead or more than 100,000 persons affected In case a country has multiple disasters, disasters with less than 10 persons dead are omitted
    • 17. Numbers of Reported Natural Disasters (1900-2010)Numbersofreporteddisasters Year 500 400 300 200 100
    • 18. Flood and drought in Indus Basin Flood and drought in Ganges System Flood and drought in Mekong Flood in Rivers of China Flood and drought in Aral Sea Basin Trans-boundary flood and drought Tsunami in Indian Ocean Tsunami in Pacific Region Typhoon in Pacific Region Volcano eruption and mud flow Cyclone in Indian Ocean Regional Cooperation is a must to address water problems –Water disaster, for example, know no borders-
    • 19. Global Water Goal for SDG A COLLABORATION between gwp and un-water
    • 20. 20 .. which cover the dimensions of sustainable development and contribute towards poverty reduction Post-2015 development goals need to address five priority areas… Healthy people Universal access to safe drinking water, sanitation and hygiene, improving water quality and raising service standards Increased prosperity The sustainable use and development of water resources, increasing and sharing the available benefits Equitable societies through Robust and effective water governance with more effective institutions and administrative systems Protected ecosystems Improved water quality and wastewater management taking account of environmental limits Resilient communities Reduced risk of water-related disasters to protect vulnerable groups and minimize economic losses
    • 21. 22  Universal access to sanitation, benefits outweigh costs 5.5 to 1  Universal access to drinking-water, the ratio is 2 to 1  Irrigation infrastructure in Africa, rates of return are up to 26%  Overexploitation of groundwater Middle East and Northern Africa imposes economic loss of 2% of GDP  Watershed protection initiatives in the US yield up to USD 200 for every dollar invested, compared to conventional water treatment costs  Early warning systems for storms, floods, and droughts throughout Asia indicate potential returns of up to USD 559 for each USD 1 invested A water goal makes economic sense
    • 22. 23 Proposed Targets A. Achieve universal access to safe drinking water, sanitation and hygiene B. Improve by (x%) the sustainable use and development of water resources in all countries C. All countries strengthen equitable, participatory and accountable water governance D. Reduce untreated wastewater by (x%), nutrient pollution by (y%) and increase wastewater reuse by (z%) E. Reduce mortality by (x%) and economic loss by (y%) from natural and human-induced water- related disasters
    • 23. Influencing Post-2015 Process “One push/one partner will make big changes” Countries -Thematic Consultation -Regional Consultation UN- System Task Team High Advisory Groups (HLP, SDSN) Leaders Member States Open Working Group UN General Assembly 2,800 GWP Partners GWP Regions GWP Countries Thousands of Friends of GWP GWPO GWP-TEC Friends of GWPO/TEC Mobilizing Stakeholders, Media & Private Sector
    • 24. 25 1. Have we grown? Yes! 2. Have we seen satisfactory advancement of IWRM? Yes! 3. Have we responded to emerging water challenges fast enough? Yes! 4. Have we had enough money ? No, but we will! 5. Do we still have challenges today? Many! But we can solve them together with you by New GWP Strategy 2014-2019 GWP in 2009-2013 Answers to Key Questions
    • 25. Thank you

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