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EPA H2020 SC5 Info Day: United Nations Sustainable Development Goals - Federico Properzi, UN-Water

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Presentation on United Nations Sustainable Development Goals by Federico Properzi, UN-Water given at Session 1 at EPA H2020 SC5 Info Day 7.10.16

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EPA H2020 SC5 Info Day: United Nations Sustainable Development Goals - Federico Properzi, UN-Water

  1. 1. www.unwater.org Slide 1 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Federico Properzi Chief Technical Adviser, UN-Water 2016 Annual Information Day on Horizon 2020 Societal Challenge 5 Dublin, Friday 7 October 2016
  2. 2. www.unwater.org Slide 2  UN-Water is the UN inter- agency coordination mechanism on all freshwater and sanitation issues  UN-Water is not a separate organisation  The Chair of UN-Water is a member of the UN System Chief Executives Board (CEB)
  3. 3. www.unwater.org Slide 3 SDGs… What SDGs?
  4. 4. www.unwater.org Slide 4 So, the SDGs are…  A social pact between governments and their people  NB: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is one of four relevant intergovernmental processes that culminated in 2015: – Disaster Risk Reduction (Sendai) – Financing for Development (Addis Ababa) – Climate change (Paris)
  5. 5. www.unwater.org Slide 5 A brief history from Rio to today  Rio+20 (June 2012) – “water is at the core of sustainable development”  2012-2013 – 9 Global Thematic Consultations  2013-2014 – Open Working Group, technical input on goal and targets – Preliminary discussions on indicators – Preliminary discussions on SDG 6 integrated monitoring framework  2015 – Intergovernmental Negotiations and Summit in New York, technical input on goal and targets – Inter-Agency and Expert Group on SDG indicators, technical input on indicators – Developing the SDG 6 integrated monitoring framework – Links with Sendai, Financing for Development and Paris COP processes  2016 – Inter-Agency and Expert Group on SDG indicators, refining indicators – Testing and review of the SDG 6 integrated monitoring framework – First High Level Political Forum after adoption of 2030 Agenda
  6. 6. Integrated Monitoring of SDG 6 “Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all” 6.4 Water use and scarcity 6.5 Water manage- ment 6.3 Waste- water and water quality 6.6 Eco- systems 6.1 Drinking water 6.2 Sanitation and hygiene 6.a and 6.b Cooperation and participation Sustainable Development Goal 6 11.5 Water related disasters
  7. 7. Integrated Monitoring of SDG 6 SDG 6 global indicators 6.6 Eco- systems 6.1 Drinking water 6.5 Water manage- ment 6.2 Sanitation and hygiene 6.3 Waste- water and water quality6.4 Water use and scarcity 6.a and 6.b Cooperation and participation 6.1.1 6.2.1 6.a.1 6.3.1 6.3.2 6.4.16.4.2 6.5.1 6.5.2 6.6.1 6.b.1 6.1.1 Safely managed drinking water services (WHO, UNICEF) 6.2.1 Safely managed sanitation and hygiene services (WHO, UNICEF) 6.3.1 Wastewater safely treated** (WHO, UN-Habitat) 6.3.2 Good ambient water quality** (UNEP) 6.4.1 Water use efficiency** (FAO) 6.4.2 Level of water stress* (FAO) 6.5.1 Integrated water resources management (UNEP) 6.5.2 Transboundary basin area with water cooperation** (UNECE, UNESCO) 6.6.1 Water-related ecosystems** (UNEP) 6.a.1 Water- and sanitation-related official development assistance that is part of a government coordinated spending plan (WHO, UNEP, OECD) 6.b.1 Participation of local communities in water and sanitation management (WHO, UNEP, OECD) (6.4.3)
  8. 8. Integrated Monitoring of SDG 6 6.1.1 Safely managed drinking water services (WHO, UNICEF) 6.2.1 Safely managed sanitation and hygiene services (WHO, UNICEF) 6.3.1 Wastewater safely treated** (WHO, UN-Habitat) 6.3.2 Good ambient water quality** (UNEP) 6.4.1 Water use efficiency** (FAO) 6.4.2 Level of water stress* (FAO) 6.5.1 Integrated water resources management (UNEP) 6.5.2 Transboundary basin area with water cooperation** (UNECE, UNESCO) 6.6.1 Water-related ecosystems** (UNEP) 6.a.1 Water- and sanitation-related official development assistance that is part of a government coordinated spending plan (WHO, UNEP, OECD) 6.b.1 Participation of local communities in water and sanitation management (WHO, UNEP, OECD) 6.1.1 Safely managed drinking water services (WHO, UNICEF) 6.2.1 Safely managed sanitation and hygiene services (WHO, UNICEF) 6.3.1 Wastewater safely treated** (WHO, UN-Habitat) 6.3.2 Good ambient water quality** (UNEP) 6.4.1 Water use efficiency** (FAO) 6.4.2 Level of water stress* (FAO) 6.5.1 Integrated water resources management (UNEP) 6.5.2 Transboundary basin area with water cooperation** (UNECE, UNESCO) 6.6.1 Water-related ecosystems** (UNEP) 6.a.1 Water- and sanitation-related official development assistance that is part of a government coordinated spending plan (WHO, UNEP, OECD) 6.b.1 Participation of local communities in water and sanitation management (WHO, UNEP, OECD) SDG 6 global monitoring 6.6 Eco- systems 6.1 Drinking water 6.5 Water manage- ment 6.2 Sanitation and hygiene 6.3 Waste- water and water quality6.4 Water use and scarcity 6.a and 6.b Cooperation and participation 6.1.1 6.2.1 6.a.1 6.3.1 6.3.2 6.4.16.4.2 6.5.1 6.5.2 6.6.1 6.b.1 (6.4.3) JMP WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation (JMP) GEMI Integrated monitoring of water and sanitation related SDG targets (GEMI) GLAAS UN-Water Global Analysis and Assessment of Sanitation and Drinking-Water (GLAAS) UN-Water
  9. 9. www.unwater.org Slide 9 Global follow-up and review  Global review every year in the High Level Political Forum  Voluntary National Reviews – each country reviewed twice during the SDG period  Thematic review – focus on specific SDGs – 2016 Ensuring that no one is left behind – 2017 Eradicating poverty and promoting prosperity in a changing world – 2018 Transformation toward sustainable and resilient societies – 2019 Empowering people and ensuring inclusiveness and equality  Also review of means of implementation and global partnership (SDG 17)  Annual Progress Report on SDGs “Follow-up and review processes at all levels … voluntary and country-led ... the outcome from national level processes will be the foundation for reviews at the regional and global levels … global review will be primarily based on national official data sources”
  10. 10. www.unwater.org Slide 10 Take-home messages  2030 Agenda is – Universal, integrated and inter-related – Leave no one behind! – Main reference framework for all global policies  Indicators AND methodology steer policy  SDG global indicators almost final, and still some work in progress on some monitoring methodologies  SDG 6 – In-depth review in 2018 – UN-Water will publish the synthesis report on water and sanitation
  11. 11. www.unwater.org Slide 11 Thank you Federico Properzi, Chief Technical Adviser, UN-Water www.unwater.org

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