Integrated land, water and coastal management approach - protecting livelihoods and food production and enhancing climate resilience – through the conservation, sustainable use, and access and benefit sharing of natural resources, biodiversity and ecosystems, in line with international conventions and national legislation
Integration of human rights to water and sanitation framework into UN system-wide advocacy and support on SDG 6 by co-leading the World Water Day 2019 campaign on ‘leaving no one behind’, and supporting global and country level advocacy on human rights based-approach to water and sanitation.
The United Nations General Assembly tasked UNISDR in the Sendai Framework with advocating and promoting integration, coherence and synergies across the 2030 Agenda, notably on reducing multi-hazard disaster risk, and with developing a new monitoring system for the Sendai Framework, linked with the monitoring of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs 1, 11 and 13) through, for instance, the High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development. As from 2018, countries are able to report against the Sendai Framework and disaster risk reduction related SDGs targets using the online Sendai Framework Monitor tool developed by UNISDR. Based on the self-assessment reports submitted by countries and regional organizations through the Sendai Monitor, UNISDR will present biannually the “Sendai Framework Progress Report”, which will measure the progress made against the global targets of the Sendai Framework and the relevant targets of the SDGs.
This report will be presented in 2019 as part of the Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction (GAR). A biennial global assessment of disaster risk reduction and a comprehensive review and analysis of the natural hazards that are affecting humanity. The GAR monitores risk patterns and trends and progress in disaster risk reduction while providing strategic policy guidance to countries and the international community, contributing to the implementation of risk-informed development.
1. Organize international forums, regional, national and local workshops, stakeholder dialogues, regional curricula, publications,
2. Encourage and facilitate partnerships between UNESCO Category 2 Centres on IWRM
Introduction course to the professional management of water well drilling projects and programmes (Cap-Net)