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Overview 2022-2024 data compilation process and timeline for SDG 6 global indicators

In 2022/2023, the Integrated Monitoring Initiative for SDG 6 (IMI-SDG6) is conducting its third round of global data collection on the SDG 6 global indicators, to be able to assess global progress and acceleration needs to achieve SDG 6 by 2030.

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The work is referred to as the ‘2023 Data Drive’, and it involves countries collecting and reporting data on various SDG 6 indicators to multiple UN agencies, coordinated by UN-Water.

In the months to come, country monitoring focal points will be contacted by the responsible UN agencies, with requests for data and validation. Download an overview of the compilation process and timeline for each of the indicators here.

The UN agencies will also offer support to the focal points in a variety of ways, such as providing methodologies, helpdesks, webinars and workshops. See this page for a list of support by indicator.

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