For an overview of the 2019-2022 data collection process and timeline, please see this document (version 6 December 2019).
During the World Water Week in Stockholm the UN-Water SDG 6 Data Portal was launched in the session ‘Looking forward to Phase 2 of SDG 6 monitoring‘ hosted earlier today.
One of the flagship products of the UN-Water Integrated Monitoring Initiative is the SDG 6 Data Portal, which gathers data on all the SDG 6 global indicators, as well as other key social, economic and environmental data. The portal will be launched later this year.
In 2019, the Integrated Monitoring Initiative entered into its second phase, which focuses on building country capacity and ownership. While methodological refinement and global reporting will remain important, emphasis lies on raising the capacities at national level to collect, report and make use of national data.
On 29-30 January, the GEMI Steering Committee met to discuss results from the first phase of the Integrated Monitoring Initiative, and to plan for phase 2, which just have started.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) recently launched the new guidelines for incorporating environmental flows into the SDG indicator 6.4.2.
To track progress towards the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development, United Nations Member States are meeting every year at the High-level Political Forum for Sustainable Development (HLPF). In 2018, SDG … Read more
To conclude the 2017 baseline process, UN-Water held a global workshop between 21 and 23 November 2017 in The Hague, the Netherlands, generously hosted by the Netherlands Ministry of Infrastructure … Read more
Learn more about water and sanitation monitoring during the World Water Week in Stockholm. Come visit us in the UN-Water Pavilion too! Monday 27 August Presenting the global baseline situation … Read more
For an overview of the 2016-2017 data collection process and timeline, please see this document (version 6 October 2017). Photo credit: Dafne Cholet, Creative Commons Attribution
Data flow in SDG reporting, highlighting the central role of the national statistical system (illustration adapted from IAEG-SDG). Countries Countries are the centre and starting point for all monitoring and … Read more
On 2-5 May 2017, country representatives from across the African region and other national, regional and global stakeholders gathered in Accra to discuss water and sanitation sector monitoring and reporting.
Face-to-face meetings are an effective way to connect and engage stakeholders, exchange information and experience, and create momentum. Starting SDG 6 monitoring with a national inception workshop, with all relevant … Read more
Presentations and recordings from technical webinars can be downloaded from the links below. 6.4.1 water use efficiency Dates and links for indicator-specific webinars will be published here as soon as … Read more
About The 2017 integrated baseline process will be officially kicked-off in early March 2017 with an introductory webinar targeted at national SDG 6 focal points. Learn more about the 2017 … Read more
Towards a global baseline for SDG 6
Discussion with GEMI pilot countries in Delft, the Netherlands in September 2016
GLAAS workshop 2016. Photo credit: IRC
Global indicators communicate general trends, disaggregation makes the information useful for management
Participants of the work-in-progress workshop in Delft, the Netherlands, 7-9 September 2016, including representatives from Jordan, the Netherlands, Peru, Senegal and Uganda
The review is now finalized - for the results of the review, please refer to the summary of received feedback and responses as well as the revised methodologies. In approaching … Read more
Some 20 Member States and many other stakeholders met in Geneva, Swizterland on 29-30 January 2015 to discuss options for SDG 6 indicators and monitoring mechanisms