Earth forever, WfWP member: application of the Equitable Access Score Card acknowledged the achievements of Bulgaria towards providing access to safe water and sanitation to its population but also traced the gaps and issues that have to be taken into immediate consideration as far as geographical disparities and services specifically adapted to vulnerable and marginalized groups of the society.
Developing the evidence-base in support of water resources management policy for sustainable agriculture development and environmental protection
The primary purpose of the FFGS is to provide training forecasters with real-time informational guidance products for flash floods. See http://www.wmo.int/pages/prog/hwrp/flood/ffgs/index_en.php for more information.
Improvement of Flood Prevention and Mitigation Response in Affected Areas, Macedonia
Ensuring the most important rivers are valued and e-flows implemented through the Free Flowing Rivers Initiative
WfWP SC members are members of the working group and act as experts for the UNESCO WWAP gender project.
WHO monitors SDG6a through the UN-Water global analysis and assessment of sanitation and drinking-water (GLAAS) and also supports national level analysis of sector financing through the TrackFin initiative.
WHO monitors global access and use of safe-drinking water in households, schools and health facilities through the WHO/Unicef Joint Monitoring programme (JMP) and the enabling environment for safe drinking-water services through the UN-Water global analysis and assessment of sanitation and drinking-water (GLAAS). WHO also supports global progress towards universal access and use of safe drinking-water through the WHO Guidelines on Drinking-water quality and water safety plan implementation working with a wider range of national governments and international development partners. WHO provides expert advice on emerging issues for water quality such as potable reuse of wastewater and microplastics in drinking-water. WHO also interfaces with health programmes where safe drinking water plays a key role in primary prevention and response especially cholera control.