7th World Water Forum most successful Forum everAction Monitoring System (AMS)World Water Council: An International Multi-Stakeholder Platform for a Water Secure World

7th World Water Forum most successful Forum ever

The 7th World Water Forum brought together over 40,000 visitors from 168 countries which comprised 9 heads of State, 80 government ministers and 100 official national governments delegations. Entitled ‘Water for our Future’, the 7th edition of the world’s largest event on water issues was heralded by participants as the most politically impactful ever.


Action Monitoring System (AMS)

The purpose of the Action Monitoring System interactive platform is to register and monitor the Global Water Community’s progress towards the achievement of the Implementation Roadmaps emanating from the 7th World Water Forum. Drawing on the outcomes of the 6th Forum (Marseille, 2012), the AMS is articulated around the 7th Forum’s 16 Thematic areas which will evolve over the next three years on the way to the 8th Forum (Brasilia, 2018).


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World Water Council: An International Multi-Stakeholder Platform for a Water Secure World

The World Water Council was established in 1996 in response to increasing concern from the global community about world water issues. Its mission is to promote awareness, build political commitment and trigger action on critical water issues at all levels, including the highest decision-making level, to facilitate the efficient management and use of water in all its dimensions and on an environmentally sustainable basis.

 

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World Water Council: Countries must deliver roadmap for a water secure world

World Water Council: Countries must deliver roadmap for a water secure world

Implementation Roadmap developed to guide work of next three years, Sustainable Development Goals in September mark next milestone, Major political agreements made at the 7th World Water Forum. The 7th World Water Forum entitled ‘Water for our Future’ drew to a close today, and was heralded by participants as the most politically impactful ever.


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World Water Council to propose a new role for Integrated Water Resource Management

World Water Council to propose a new role for Integrated Water Resource Management

At the 7th World Water Forum, the World Water Council will host a High Level Panel on the future directions of Integrated Water Resource Management.


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World Water Council looks beyond Sustainable Development Goal for Water

World Water Council looks beyond Sustainable Development Goal for Water

At today’s High-Level Panel on Water in the Post-2015 Development Agenda, the World Water Council is urging policy makers and water stakeholders from all nations to maintain the momentum for a dedicated Sustainable Development Goal for water in order to achieve water security in all domains.


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