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Report - Catalyzing Water for Sustainable Development and Growth: Framing Water Within the Post 2015 Development Agenda: Options and Considerations

This report is an independent evidence-based analysis of how water can be addressed in a developing agenda beyond 2015. Its formulation, and the underlying study, was undertaken by UNOSD, UNU-INWEH and SEI as a way of addressing the information gaps and providing background information that can be used by the UN member states and other stakeholders in negotiations.

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Author: UNU-INWEH/UNOSD/SEI
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Last updated: Tue, 12/17/2013 - 12:30

Tender the gender…

This is the story of consistent and persistent efforts and strategic envisioning of a women group that lead from grim situation of water and sanitation to pride and livelihood opportunities to the poor tribal villagers in one of the remote district of central India.

India
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24 March 2011
Last updated: Tue, 03/29/2011 - 09:52

MUS Meeting from 22-23 November 2010

The MUS Group Meeting from 22-23 November 2010 was held under the theme "Guidelines for Multiple Use Services."

22 November 2010

Water de-towering from the Himalayan Mountains

The water towers of the earth -the Himalayan mountains -- are facing water scarcity in various ways: the surface water sources are drying up, and the ecosystem functions are disrupted due to variou …

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Author: K N Vajpai
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Kathmandu, Nepal; Joshimath, India
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20 October 2010
Last updated: Tue, 03/29/2011 - 09:48

Multiple Use Water Services (MUS) Group

The thematic group on Multiple-Use Water Services advocates for and supports improved policy and practice in providing water services to people that respond to their full range of needs: both domes …

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Water supply, sanitation and hygiene (WASH)
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English, French, Spanish.
Last updated: Mon, 11/15/2010 - 18:49

Taking a Multiple-use Approach to Meeting the Water Needs of Poor Communities Brings Multiple Benefits

Making provisions for multiple uses of water when designing and managing water supply and irrigation schemes could greatly reduce poverty, increase gender equity, and improve health—at little additional cost.

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Publisher: International Water Management Institute
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Last updated: Wed, 03/23/2011 - 16:43