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“Sustainable Sanitation The 5 Year Drive to 2015” WinS meeting in The Hague 24 – 25 May 2011. UNSGAB – What it is. Facts Established in 2004 by Kofi Annan Chair is Prince of Orange 24 Board members Hashimoto Action Plan I and II ( WinS is a priority in HAP II) Achievements IYS 2008

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Sustainable sanitation the 5 year drive to 2015 wins meeting in the hague 24 25 may 2011

Unsgab what it is
UNSGAB – What it is


Established in 2004 by Kofi Annan

Chair is Prince of Orange

24 Board members

Hashimoto Action Plan I and II (WinS is a priority in HAP II)


IYS 2008

Sharm el Sheikh Declaration

Water Operator’s Partnerships

Assessment of global watsan monitoring

Encouraged Development Banks to increase lending for watsan

Unsgab what it is1
UNSGAB – What it is


High profile Board

Door openers

Wide network

Close relation with development banks and the OECD




South Korea


Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Drive to 2015 what it is
Drive to 2015 – What it is

The „Sustainable Sanitation: 5 Year Drive to 2015 (5YD)“

advocacy and awareness-raising initiative

to keep sanitation high on the national, international and political agenda,

promote multi-level and inter-sectoral coordination,

improve sanitation monitoring while supporting sustainable

sanitation solutions and innovation

- all in all an effort to meet the MDG Goal 7 (on halving the number of people without access to basic sanitation by 2015)

- and bring positive resultsforother MDGs: health benefits for the poorest and assist in reaching MDG 4 on child mortality.

Where it comes from
Where it comes from

Tokyo, January 2010 Idea of 5YD originates at follow-up conference of IYS

Manila, February 2010 Adoption of the 5YD concept by EASan

Washington, April 2010 5YD in the Summary Document of the HLM for SWA

Dushanbe, June 2010 Mentioned at mid-term conference of Water Decade

Stockholm, Sept.2010 Statement of the Stockholm Water Week

New York, Sept. 2010 Summary Document of the MDG Review Summit

New York, Dec. 2010 Adoption of UN Resolution

Drive to 2015 in the international sector dialogue
Drive to 2015 in the international sector dialogue

→ Calls on member states to achieve progress with support of the international community

- Integrated Water and Sanitation Strategies

- Planning Infrastructure

International Year of


World Water Forum

HRC Resolution


Waterfor Life



What it is about
What it is about:

Realizingthe 5YD: Tasks forthe Member states:

Redouble efforts to close the sanitation gap

Scale-up ground level action

Increased community participation

Mobilization and provision of adequate financial and technological resources

Technical know-how

Capacity-building for developing countries

Appropriate human resources to improve hygiene and coverage of basic sanitation

Focus on the poor

Strong political will

What it is
What it is

Platform on which to build political will and promote action at all levels

Tool to increase awareness of the urgent need to reach goals set in JPOI

Means to better target funding for basic sanitation to achieve MDGs

Boost for other initiatives, such as SWA and WinS??

What it is1
What it is

Encouragement for member states and other stakeholders to effect behavior change

Call to end open defecation

Stronger investment in sanitation and hygiene education

Broader approach to sanitation

- encompassing hygiene promotion, provision of basic sanitation services, sewerage, wastewater treatment in the context of IWRM

For discussion
For discussion

  • Drive to 2015 and WinS; what are the linkages and how can the “Drive to 2015” support WinS?

  • UNSGAB will meet with SG in June; Any WinS messages that should be conveyed?