1. State of the art information (Web site and information) on Water Pathogens
2. Organized fora and workshops on water pathogens and treatment technologies
WPLUS, WfWP member, guided community members in learning how to properly manage their water resources, reservoirs and tanks, how to divide, supervise and monitor responsibilities within the community, and, how effective water management contributes to the economic development of the community, with women and girls having much more time to participate in educational, economical and social activities
Evidence-based policy reform to support SDG 6 and SDG 13 - Connecting Climate Resilience with human rights sensitive monitored policy development. This is a consortium approach to work with villages in climate affected areas, and develop nature based policies for implementation and then scale up through reform in state policy.
IOM interventions contribute to the reduction of environmental pollution and safeguarding public health by implementing safe wastewater disposal solutions. IOM provides onsite wastewater solutions through decentralized wastewater treatment systems. For example, use of up-flow anaerobic filters in refugee camps in Bangladesh, waste stabilization ponds in displacement sites in South Sudan and trickling filters in Uganda. Currently these IOM wastewater treatment systems serve over 470,000 beneficiaries in Bangladesh, Uganda and South Sudan.
Session on 'Sex for water A women's right violation'
Country Legal Mapping to establish gaps in Human Rights to Water and Sanitation (HRWS). These national reviews provide a dashboard of the current status of the implementation of HRWS in law, plus collect the existing legal articles by HRWS critera and principles for reference.