Come visit the ‘SDG 6 Diagnostic Centre’ at the UN 2023 Water Conference
The UN 2023 Water Conference will be the first United Nations Conference on water issues since 1977. The Conference was established by the UN General Assembly to serve as a midterm comprehensive review of the UN Water Action Decade 2018-2028, and also coincides with the midway point of the UN Sustainable Development Agenda 2030. An important evidence-base for this review is the official country reporting on the SDG 6 global indicators, which is compiled by responsible UN custodian agencies, joining forces under the UN-Water Integrated Monitoring Initiative for SDG 6 (IMI-SDG6).
On 24 March between 8am and 5pm, IMI-SDG6 welcomes conference participants to the ‘SDG 6 Diagnostic Centre’, to learn more about how their countries are doing on water and sanitation, and discuss progress needs to achieve SDG 6 by 2030.
The ‘SDG 6 Diagnostic Centre’ is part of the UN Innovation Pavilion and located in the Vienna Neck Area at the UNHQ.
The ‘diagnostic’ offered are based on officially reported country data on the SDG 6 global indicators, compiled and validated by the UN custodian agencies and published in the SDG 6 Data Portal.
During the day, IMI-SDG6 will also be sharing information about the recently launched SDG 6 Acceleration Snapshots, which showcases successful country action in delivering SDG 6, for inspiration and learning.
- Key findings on the global status of SDG 6 can be found here.
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