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Integrated Monitoring Initiative for SDG 6

Water and sanitation data are essential for stronger accountability, increased commitment and investments, and more effective decision-making.

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The UN-Water Integrated Monitoring Initiative for SDG 6 (IMI-SDG6) supports countries in monitoring water- and sanitation-related issues and in compiling country data to report on global progress towards SDG 6.

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Introduction to the 2017 integrated baseline process - INCEPTION WEBINAR

About The 2017 integrated baseline process will be officially kicked-off in early March 2017 with an introductory webinar targeted...

Country process during the pilot testing

Organization SDG 6 monitoring focal point All countries identified an SDG 6 monitoring focal point, either before or after...

Global implementation of SDG 6 monitoring – the 2017 baseline process

Global implementation of SDG 6 monitoring was initiated in early 2017 following a thorough process of developing, testing and...

What is needed to implement SDG 6 monitoring at country level?

To take stock of the pilot testing of the draft monitoring methodologies for SDG 6 global indicators, a «work-in-progress»...

Inspiring GLAAS workshop with Southern African countries

What is the purpose of global indicators?

The purpose of the global indicators, which will be reported on with one national aggregate per indicator, is to...

Work-in-progress workshop in the Netherlands, 7-9 September 2016

As part of the pilot testing of SDG 6 monitoring in 2016, pilot countries gathered in Delft, the Netherlands...

Review of monitoring methodologies for SDG 6 global indicators

The review is now finalized - for the results of the review, please refer to the summary of received...

First stakeholder consultation on post-2015 monitoring, January 2015