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Meetings and Events


The Fourth meeting of the Task Force on Target Setting and Reporting

19 - 20 October 2011

Tbilisi, Georgia

The fourth meeting of the Task Force on Target Setting and Reporting was devoted to exchanging experience and to have an open discussion on the difficulties encountered, lessons-learned from the implementation of the Protocol, in particular the setting of targets and target dates, and possible ways ahead to strengthen implementation at the national level.

Another objective of the meeting was to discuss synergies with other areas of work under the Protocol in particular:

  • Surveillance of water-related disease
  • Small scale water supply and sanitation
  • Public participation
  • Equitable access to water and sanitation
  • Assistance through the Project Facilitation Mechanism.

Documents

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Agenda

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List of participants     

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Report

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Presentation

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1

Issues debated and respective Articles of the Protocol on Water and Health
Pierre Studer - Federal Office of Public Health, Switzerland, Chair of the Task Force on Target Setting and Reporting

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5

Target setting process in Norway
Kjetil Tveitan - Ministry of Health and Care Services

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5

Targets set in the Ukraine
Grygorii Petruk, Ministry of Ecology and National Resources

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4

6a

Target sets under the Protocol on Water and Health in the Republic of Moldova
Valeriu Goncear, Ministry of Health, Republic of Moldova

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5

6b

Lessons from the first reporting exercise
Francesca Bernardini, United Nations Economic Commissions for Europe

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6b

Target Setting in Finland
Karri Eloheimo, Finnish Environment Institute

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6b

Georgian experience in the preparation of targets, indicators and programme activities
Alexander Mindorashvili, Ministry of Environment Protection of Georgia

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6b

Progress in setting targets in Croatia
Darko Rajhenbah, Ministry of Regional Development, Forestry and Water Management

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6c

Public participation in the implementation of the Protocol in  the Republic of Moldova
Tatiana Siniaeva, Eco-TIRAS

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6c

Public participation in the implementation of the Protocol in Belarus
Irina Lastovska -  EcoProject Belarus

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7a

Target setting in water-related disease surveillance
Enkhtsetseg Shinee and David Mercer - World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe

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7b

Small scale water supplies and sanitation
Magriet Samwel - Women in Europe for a Common Future

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7b

Introduction of Water Safety Plans in small scale water in supplies in Georgia
Nana Gabriadze - National Center for Disease Control and Public Health, Georgia

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7c

Equitale Access to Water and Sanitation
Chantal Gatignol - Ministry of Health, France

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7d

Impacts of Climate Change on water quality in the Republic of Moldova
Dimitru Sireteanu - National Center of Public Health, Republic of Moldova

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7e

Man-made recreational water Environments
Gabor Harangozo - Ministry of Rural Development, Hungary

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Meausures under the Protocol on Water and Health in the Republic of Moldova
Valeriu Goncear - Ministy of Health, Republic of Moldova

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Monitoring progress towards Water Supply and Sanitation
Enkhtsetseg Shinee - Word Health Organization Regional Office for Europe

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