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The second meeting of the expert group on monitoring progress in achieving equitable access to water and sanitation in the pan-European region under the Protocol on Water and Health was held on 15-16 May 2013 in the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health in Paris, France.

The objectives of the meeting were:

  • To draw lessons from the pilot projects on assessing equitable access implemented in France, Portugal and Ukraine (self-evaluation process, findings and follow-up)
  • To finalize the score card on equitable access
  • To finalize the synthesis report including recommendations on the way to organise the self-assessment process and to use the results
  • To discuss possible next steps and future work on equitable access in the framework of the Protocol on Water and Health.
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AgendaPDF
Country report: Pilot Project in France (Greater Paris urban area)PDF
Annex: Score-card: Actions taken in the Greater Paris urban areaPDF
Country report: Pilot Project in PortugalPDF
Annex: Score-card: Actions taken in PortugalPDF
Country report: Pilot project in UkrainePDF
Annex: Score-card: Actions taken in UkrainePDF
First draft of the synthesis report: The equitable access score-card: supporting policy processed to achieve the human right to water and sanitationPDF
Proposed next steps and future work on equitable access to water and sanitationPDF
List of participantsPDF
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The Equitable access score-card: Finalising the synthesis report
Roberto Martín-Hurtado, consultant to UNECE
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Greater Paris: self-evaluation process, findings and follow-up
Sylvain Rotillon and Odile Nieuwyaer, Mairie de Paris
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Portugal:  self-evaluation process, findings and follow-up
David Alves and Alvaro Carvalho, ERSAR
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Ukraine:  self-evaluation process, findings and follow-up
Anna Tsvietkova, MAMA-86
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Analysis of access to water and sanitation by wealth quintiles under the Joint Monitoring Programme
Didier Allely, WHO
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Next steps and future work
Chantal Demilecamps, UNECE
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