First Consultation on Post-2015 WASH Monitoring, Berlin, 2011

The JMP initiated a coordinated consultative process started with a broad Consultation of stakeholders in Berlin (3-5 May 2011 - download report), whose objectives were to:

  • Review the current global drinking-water and sanitation monitoring landscape
  • Identify the strengths and weaknesses of the current MDG target
  • Discuss the relevance of the human right to water and sanitation to future targets and monitoring
  • Design a process of related target and indicator development, and
  • Reach agreement on a roadmap towards having functional indicators ready for use by 2015.

This Consultation developed a roadmap and for its implementation four working groups were established and launched in January 2012. The working groups are:

  1. Water
  2. Sanitation
  3. Hygiene
  4. Equity and non-discrimination
  5. Advocacy and communications

These working groups with representation from practitioners from the North and South, academics, civil society, statistics and monitoring, were responsible for identifying potential global goals in their respective areas and for assembling and evaluating target and indicator proposals for post-2015 global monitoring. The output of the working groups – a consolidated menu of options of global WASH goals, corresponding targets and indicators – was discussed by a second global stakeholder Consultation in the Hague in December 2012.

 

Second Consultation on Post-2015 WASH Monitoring, The Hague, The Netherlands, 2012

Post-2015 overview page

 

 DAY 1 (only presentations with powerpoints listed below)

     

DAY 2 (only presentations with powerpoints listed below)

DAY 3 (only presentations with powerpoints listed below)