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Advancing Human Development and the MDGs. Objective 1: Topic Issues and Questions. Objective 2: Identifying Stakeholders. Water, sanitation and hygiene for all. Association with development Rights, risks and responsibilities (inc. funding) Priority on sanitation (waste management)

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Advancing human development and the mdgs

Advancing Human Development and the MDGs

Objective 1:

Topic Issues and Questions

Objective 2:

Identifying Stakeholders


Water sanitation and hygiene for all
Water, sanitation and hygiene for all

  • Association with development

  • Rights, risks and responsibilities (inc. funding)

  • Priority on sanitation (waste management)

  • Public perception/education/information

  • Recycling and re-use of water

  • Learning from the past, building on success

  • Emphasis on LDC context

  • Linkage with ongoing initiatives, eg:

    • 2008 Year of Sanitation

    • CSD 2008/2009


Water sanitation and hygiene for all stakeholders
Water, sanitation and hygiene for allStakeholders

  • Major groups (women, youth, farmers, unions, indigenous peoples, NGOs, business and industry, local authorities, academics)

  • Research institutes

  • Local government

  • Development NGOs/CSOs

  • Cooperatives

  • Potential topic consortium:

    • UNICEF/WHO/UN-Water/DESA

    • Sustainable Sanitation Assoc.

    • Women’s Coalition

    • Freshwater Action Network


Water for energy energy for water
Water for energy – Energy for water

  • Linkage with development (often same people lacking energy and water services)

  • WEHAB nexus

  • Role of energy pricing, finance and incentives

  • Differentiate between use and consumption of water (hydro vs energy crops) plus quality and quantity of supply

  • Climate-change impact and mitigation

  • Transport (optimizing navigation, water freight)

  • Economic driver for multipurpose water uses

  • Impact of thermal power on water quality

  • Role of renewable energy (integration, decentralization, moving/treating/heating water)

  • Desalination

  • Sustainability criteria and performance indicators


Water for energy energy for water stakeholders
Water for energy – Energy for waterStakeholders

  • Major groups

  • Utilities + private sector

  • Professional assocs. (ICOLD, IAIA, etc)

  • Renewable energy alliances

  • Conservation + development NGOs

  • Financing agencies + OECD

  • Community cooperatives

  • Potential topic consortium:

    • IHA

    • WEC

    • IEA

    • FAO

    • WWF/TNC


Water and food for ending poverty and hunger
Water and food for ending poverty and hunger

  • Food production and population growth (role of diet)

  • Cultivation, irrigation and yield

  • Emphasis on LDC context

  • Impacts of climate change on availability/price

  • Options well studied, but poor implementation

  • Strategic planning and stakeholder involvement

  • Optimization of food and water cycles

  • Finance for drainage and irrigation

  • Relationship between investment and poverty eradication


Water and food for ending poverty and hunger stakeholders
Water and food for ending poverty and hunger - Stakeholders

  • Major groups

  • Development and cooperative banks

  • Research organizations

  • Water management agencies

  • Development CSOs

  • Farming cooperatives

  • Potential topic consortium:

    • FAO

    • ICID

    • IWMI - “CA”

    • Farmers’ Union and associations

    • IUCN


Multiple uses of water
Multiple uses of water

  • Sustainability criteria to support decision-making

  • Governance and optimization, including social and cultural aspects

  • Strategic river basin planning and management, including stakeholders

  • Multipurpose reservoirs

  • Climate adaptation and demand management

  • Linkages between water and specific sectors

  • Role of infrastructure for flood and drought mitigation

  • Cross sector complications (legislation, markets, eg: energy, agriculture, navigation, etc.)

  • Management of quantity and quality issues


Multiple uses of water1
Multiple uses of water

  • Major groups

  • Utilities + private sector

  • Water users, fisheries, tourism etc.

  • Research organizations

  • Basin organizations

  • Professional assocs. (IAIA, ICOLD, IHA,)

  • NGOs (WWF, TNC, Oxfam,)

  • Resource planners

  • Potential topic consortium:

    • UN-Water

    • IWRA

    • IWA

    • ICID


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Advancing Human Development and the MDGs

Objective 3:

Ideas for interactive engagement


Preparation phase
Preparation phase

  • Communicate and invite through networks, media, key events and processes

  • Evaluate list of stakeholders for each topic (balance)

  • Post information on website, but dialogue through the internet is limited – use associated networks/ memberships, use printed and distributed media services (eg: local radio)

  • Use concise briefing papers, incorporate/examine previous recommendations

  • Link to ongoing initiatives and events

  • Maintain calendar of relevant events

  • Ensure consortia receive comments and suggestions

  • Ensure transparency of process and participation


Forum sessions
Forum Sessions

  • Focus on the challenges, link to previous initiatives

  • Ensure time for meaningful dialogue (min. 2h sessions)

  • Strong facilitation is essential

  • Consider debate/panel/voting formats

  • Minimize/avoid formal presentations

  • Consider session guidelines/tips/training

  • Define the deliverables

  • Clarify linkage with Forum output


Complementary activities
Complementary activities

  • Maintain a listing of activities

  • Side events, training courses (process?)

  • Space for ad-hoc meetings

  • Clear and simple mechanism for posting session outcomes


Post forum follow up
Post-Forum follow-up

  • Appoint a multi-stakeholder observer group (to give participants’ feedback)

  • Publish theme, topic and session output summaries

  • Survey coordinators and contributors on lessons learnt


Theme group
Theme group

  • D. Altinbilek (Facilitator)

  • B. Schultz (Co-Facilitator)

  • S. Bensaid

  • Hao Zhao

  • D. Renault

  • P. Victoria

  • M. Diren

  • K. Njobl

  • M. Sen

  • E. Cakir

  • L. Witmer (Flip-chart Writer)

  • R. Taylor (Notes/Reporter)


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