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Sustainable Development Goals E-InventorySustainable Development Goals E-Inventory

Crowdsourcing proposals for post-2015 to feed into the intergovernmental process on SDGs
 
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    Agenda for Global Sustainable Development Post-2015 – Summary of Swiss Position Paper on Water A water-secure WorldSub-Goals: 1. Safe and sustainable sanitation, hygiene and drinking water used by all2. Ground and surface water is managed sustainably to satisfy human needs and serve economic growth while respecting eco-systems requirements and ensure their services3. All wastewater is managed based on the concept of reduc-tion/omission, treatment, re-use/discharge
Author/organisation/coalition:
Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation
Website:
http://www.sdc.admin.ch/
Sector/Stakeholder Type:
Governments
Email:
info@deza.admin.ch
Location of author:
Switzerland, EUROPE
Date of publication:
11/06/2013
Proposal : Agenda for Global Sustainable Development Post-2015 – Summary of Swiss Position Paper on Water

Summary : Water is at the core of sustainable development. Without proper management of water re-sources, health, food and energy security, education, environmental sustainability and other crucial elements of human development are put at risk. Due to the irreplaceable nature, the complexity and essential socio-economic as well as environmental role of water, it is funda-mental to include an explicit SDG on Water in the post-2015 development framework. 

Summary-Swiss-Position-Paper-on-Water-20130611.pdf  
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Goal :  A water-secure World
Sub-Goals: 
1. Safe and sustainable sanitation, hygiene and drinking water used by all
2. Ground and surface water is managed sustainably to satisfy human needs and serve economic growth while respecting eco-systems requirements and ensure their services
3. All wastewater is managed based on the concept of reduc-tion/omission, treatment, re-use/discharge

Targets and Indicators:  Sub-goal 1 targets: 

Everyone has safe drinking wa-ter, adequate sanitation and prac-tices good hygiene at home
All schools, health centers and other institutions provide all users with basic drinking water supply, adequate sanitation, and hand washing and menstrual hygiene facilities.
Water, sanitation and hygiene are equitable and sustainable

Sub-goal 2 targets:

Water resources are managed in every country and every basin based on an IWRM plan
All transboundary basins have institutional and legal frame-works
All ecosystems are managed sustainably and their services ensured
Water efficiency and productive use of water resources in industry, agriculture and communal water supply is progressively increased

Sub-goal 3 targets:

All industrial wastewater is collected and adequately treat-ed for reuse/discharge
All urban wastewater is ade-quately treated before being reused or discharged to the (aquatic) environment
All wastewater is managed in a sustainable way to protect water resources and aquatic ecosystems



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