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 and Water Management. This platform provided an opportunity for countries and United Nations organizations to share experiences and review results from baseline data collection efforts, and to learn and prepare for future monitoring. A total of 162 people participated in the workshop, representing 74 Member States and also United Nations organizations and other international and regional partners.
Learn more about the workshop and its discussions and key findings in the Summary Report Global workshop for integrated monitoring of Sustainable Development Goal 6 on water and sanitation
The report also includes an annex with information on country monitoring systems and capacities, gathered from all workshop participants:
- Challenges for water and sanitation monitoring at the country level
- Use of water and sanitation data at the country level
- Examples of country specific indicators
- Other water and sanitation reporting mechanisms
- SDG 6 reporting capacity at the country level