End Water Poverty
We are pleased to announce that our five-year strategy (2017-2022) is now available in three languages! This strategy will provide clarity to staff members at the Secretariat and EWP's members about our mission and values, objectives, the direction we will be taking as well as the overall theory of change.
A report on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) fails to capture the the true picture of water challenges and the UN must withdraw it, said a global civil society coalition.
The civil society coalition End Water Poverty (EWP) criticised the Secretary-General’s report on progress towards the globally agreed SDGs, stating that it lacks understanding and analysis of goal 6, which aims to ensure the availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.
Today officially marks one month since World Water Day 2017. As you reflect on the impact made by World Water Day and Water Action Month activities around the world, consider the following key messages from our March webinar series!
Monitoring and Accountability in WASH
(March 9th, 2017)
Did you miss our 'Realising the Human Right to Water and Sanitation' webinar on March 23th? View the webinar recording here.
Happy World Water Day!
Please find below global news updates, our full calendar of events, and useful tools and opportunities for you to get involved to end the water and sanitation crisis for all this World Water Day!
March and April 2017 Offer Unique Opportunities for Progress on Achieving Universal Access to Water and Sanitation
In order to realise the Human Right to Water and Sanitation and the sixth Sustainable Development Goal, countries are facing a long list of ambitious targets. These include ending open defecation, providing equitable access to safe and affordable water, achieving adequate hygiene and sanitation, and reducing pollution of water supply systems by increasing treatment, recycling, and reuse of water.