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Fourth session of the Meeting of the Parties to the Protocol on Water and Health

14 - 16 November 2016

Geneva, Switzerland

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Monday, 14 Nov.Item 6. Review of past activities and discussion of future activities in the different areas of work

 

(a) Setting targets, implementing measures and reporting under the Protocol
Target Setting and Reporting Outcomes of work of the Task Force and future activities
Mr. Pierre Studer, Federal Food Safety and Veterinary Office (Switzerland)
and Ms. Carmen Neagu, Ministry of Environment, Waters and Forests (Romania)
PDF
Case studies on target-setting
Ms. Marta Vargha, National Public Health Center (Hungary)
Ms. Zhaneta Miska, Ministry of Health (Albania)
Ms. Dragana Jovanovic, Institute of Public Health (Serbia)
Ms. Anna Tsvietkova, MAMA-86 (Ukraine)
and Mr. Kjetil Tveitan, Ministry of Health and Care Services (Norway)
PDF
Regional report on the status of implementation of the Protocol 3rd reporting exercise
Ms. Nataliya Nikiforova (UNECE)
PDF
Some trends from submitted summary reports 3rd reporting cycle
Mr. Thomas Kistemann (WHO Collaborating Centre/Bonn University)
PDF
Monitoring Water and Sanitation targets within SDG6
Mr. Rick Johnston (WHO)
PDF
Tuesday, 15 Nov.(b) Prevention and reduction of water-related diseases
Programme area 2.1 Strengthening water-related disease surveillance and outbreak detection and response
Mr. Bernardo Guzman Herrador, Norwegian Institute of Public Health (Norway)
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Programme area 2.3 Drinking -water quality surveillance
Ms. Alena Drazdova, Ministry of Health (Republic of Belarus)
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Advancing water, sanitation and hygiene in schools
Ms. Marta Vargha, National Public Health Center (Hungary)
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Water, sanitation and hygiene in schools: Past activities by the European Environment and Health Youth CoalitionVideo
(c) Small-scale water supplies and sanitation

Small-scale water supplies and sanitation: Achievements 2014-2016
Ms. Bettina Rickert, German Environment Agency (Germany)
Ms. Dragana Jovanovic, Institute of Public Health (Serbia)
and Ms. Claudia Wendland, WECF International (Germany)

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Small-scale water supplies and sanitation RADWQ in Serbia: the main findings
Ms. Dragana Jovanovic, Institute of Public Health (Serbia)
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Small-scale water supplies and sanitation: Proposed future activities for 2017–2019
Ms. Bettina Rickert, German Environment Agency (Germany)
Ms. Dragana Jovanovic, Institute of Public Health (Serbia)
and Ms. Claudia Wendland, WECF International (Germany)

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(d) Safe and efficient management of water supply and sanitation systems
Programme area 5: Safe and efficient management of water supply and sanitation systems
Mr. Olvier Schmoll (WHO Regional Office for Europe)
and Ms. Jelka Appelman, Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment (Netherlands)
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(e) Equitable access to water and sanitation
Equitable access to water and sanitation
Mr. Yannick Pavageau, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health (France)
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Introduction of the Guidance Note on the Development of Action Plans to Ensure Equitable Access to Water and Sanitation
Ms. Marta Vargha, National Public Health Center (Hungary)
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Wednesday, 16 Nov.
(g) Assistance to support implementation at the national level
Assistance to support implementation at the national level National Policy Dialogues
Mr. Gheorghe Constantin, Ministry of Environment, Water and Forest (Romania)
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Progress in the implementation of assistance activities Republic of Moldova, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan
Ms. Nataliya Nikiforova (UNECE)
and Mr. Oliver Schmoll
(WHO Regional Office for Europe)
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WHO country support activities
Ms. Enkhtsetseg Shinee (WHO Regional Office for Europe)
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Item 7. Partners in implementation and relevant global and regional processes and initiatives
Progress under the UNECE Water Convention
Mr. Peter Kovacs, Ministry of Interior (Hungary)
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European Environment and Health Process (EHP)
Ms. Elizabet Paunovic (WHO Regional Office for Europe)
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Item 8. Programme of work for 2017–2019, terms of reference of bodies established to implement it and resources needed for its implementation




Draft programme of work for 2017-2019 under the Protocol on Water and Health
Ms. Francesca Bernardini (UNECE)
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Programme Area 7 – Increasing resilience to climate change
Ms. Josefina Maestu, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment, Water Directorate (Spain)
and Mr. Luca Lucentini, National Institute of Health (Italy)
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