Work on SDG target 6.1: Achieve safe and affordable drinking water by provision of safe water to displaced communities (Refugees/IDPs). Policy and advocacy work to raise awareness on the importance of considering migration in water management.
To address the challenges related to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), UNICEF works with partners to strengthen national systems, with particular attention to gender considerations.
UNCCD is actively supporting countries to prepared for droughts by proposing action on three pillars: Early Warning Systems, vulnerability and risk assessment, and drought risk mitigation measures.
UNDP’s work on water and ocean governance focuses primarily on the challenges related to SDG 6 – sustainable management of water and sanitation for all – and SDG 14 – to conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources.
UNU-EHS carries out research on risks and adaptation related to environmental hazards and global change including water-related hazards such as floods, droughts and salinity intrusion.
As the world’s largest multilateral source of financing for water in developing countries, the World Bank is committed to achieving the vision of “A Water-Secure World for All”.
The Hydrology and Water Resources Programme (HWRP) of WMO promotes the effective use of hydrology in sustainable development to reduce the risk and impacts of water-related disasters and to support effective environmental management at international, regional, national and basin levels.
AquaFed, the International Federation of Private Water Operators, brings together more than 400 private water and wastewater services providers from all over the world.
By 2030, CDP aims to drive corporations, financial markets and governments to decouple growth from the depletion of freshwater resources and allocate capital towards a water secure economy.
GWP supports countries to realise the organization’s vision of a water secure world by helping them to advance their governance and management of water resources for sustainable and equitable development.