Benin Communities promoting picking up trash in their schools and towns.
September 1-6, 2019, Panama City
Training of European Scientists with potentials to achieve impact globally on the topic.
Publication "THE HUMAN RIGHTS TO WATER AND SANITATION an annotated selection of international and regional law and mechanisms".
A Social Audit Manual has been developed to enhance water integrity in the management of water resources at local level In El Salvador
IOM’s work contributes to the provision of adequate and equitable sanitation services through construction of appropriate facilities and effective management of the sanitation chain. IOM focuses on influencing behaviour through its hygiene promotion initiatives by incorporating communication strategies that are participatory and tailored for the context. For the past three years, 30% and 46% of the total beneficiaries from IOM WASH interventions (over 5 million individuals) benefited from sanitation and hygiene services respectively.
Working with UN-WATER organisations to advocate for the role of private operators and how they can support governments in achieving SDG targets
Governance of water and sanitation.
The IAEA works with Member States to adapt and apply isotope techniques to the needs of each country. From technical advice and analysis to capacity building and expert services, the Water Resources Programme is ready to support Member States in addressing their water resource management issues. While helping to test and adapt various techniques under a variety of hydrogeological conditions, the experts from the Water Resources Programme strive to develop the scientific approaches through applied research.
SDG 13, climate - IFAD has pioneered channeling climate and environmental finance to smallholder farmers with the establishment of its flagship "Adaptation for Smallholder Agriculture Programme, ASAP". ASAP is incorporated into IFAD’s regular investment processes and benefits from rigorous quality control and supervision systems. IFAD places strong emphasis on facilitating the restoration and sustainable management and use of ecosystems and their services in projects and through policy engagement and partnership-building. Its programmes develop capacities and incentives for rural people to become better stewards of natural resources by fostering creation of environmental service markets for carbon sequestration, watershed management and safeguarding biodiversity. By 2025, IFAD’s objective is to reach 100 per cent climate mainstreaming. POLICY ENGAGEMENT (supporting agricultural institutions in IFAD Member States seeking to achieve international climate change commitments and national adaptation priorities); CLIMATE RISK ASSESSMENT (facilitating the systematic use of climate risk information when planning investments to increase resilience); WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT (increasing the participation of women in, and their benefits from, climate-change adaptation activities); PRIVATE-SECTOR ENGAGEMENT (strengthening the participation of the private sector and farmer groups in climate change adaptation and mitigation activities); CLIMATE SERVICES (enhancing the use of climate information for when planning investments to increase resilience); NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT & GOVERNANCE (strengthening the participation and ownership of smallholder farmers in decision-making processes and improving technologies for the governance and management of climate-sensitive natural resources); KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT (enhancing the documentation and dissemination of knowledge on approaches to climate-resilient agriculture).