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

19 - 21 November 2019

Belgrade, Serbia

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Tuesday 19 November
Item 5(a): Improving governance for water and health: support for setting targets and implementing measures

Programme area 1 – Improving governance for water and health: Support for setting targets and implementing measures. 2017-2019: Outcomes of the work of the Task Force on Target Setting and Reporting
Mr. Pierre Studer, Federal Food Safety and Veterinary Office (Switzerland)

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The Protocol on Water and Health and the 2030 Agenda: A Practical Guide for Joint Implementation
Ms. Nataliya Nikiforova (UNECE)
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Improving governance for water and health: Support for setting targets and implementing measures. Target-setting and SDG6
Ms. Ana Albuquerque, The Water and Waste Services Regulation Authority (Portugal)
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Fixation des objectifs nationaux dans le cadre de la mise en œuvre du Protocole sur l’eau et la santé
Mr. Bruno Alves, Ministère de l’Environnement, du Climat et du Développement Durable (Luxembourg)
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Regional report on the status of implementation of the Protocol
Ms. Nataliya Nikiforova (UNECE)
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WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for water supply, sanitation and hygiene - an update
Mr. Francesco Mitis (WHO)
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UN-Water Global Analysis and Assessment of Sanitation and Drinking-water: Progress in the Region
Ms. Enkhtsetseg Shinee (WHO Regional Office for Europe)
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Programme area 1 – Improving governance for water and health: Support for setting targets and implementing measures. Suggested future work in this area for 2020-2022
Ms. Awilo Ochieng Pernet, Federal Food Safety and Veterinary Office (Switzerland)
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Item 5(b): Assistance to support implementation at the national level
Support to the implementation of the Protocol on Water and Health under the European Union Water Initiative (EUWI) National Policy Dialogues (NPDs)
Mr. Alisher Mamadzhanov and Ms. Christine Kitzler (UNECE)
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Overview of WHO country support activities
Ms. Enkhtsetseg Shinee (WHO Regional Office for Europe)
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Programme area 8 – Assistance to support implementation at the national level. Suggested future work in this area for 2020-2022
Ms. Nataliya Nikiforova (UNECE)
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Wednesday 20 November
Item 5(c): Prevention and reduction of water-related diseases
Programme area 2 – Prevention and reduction of water-related diseases. Activities and achievements made in this area in 2017-2019
Ms. Karin Nygård and Ms. Susanne Hyllestad, Norwegian Institute of Public Health (Norway)
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Programme area 2 – Prevention and reduction of water-related diseases. Suggested future work in this area for 2020-2022
Ms. Susanne Hyllestad, Norwegian Institute of Public Health (Norway) and Ms. Alena Drazdova, Ministry of Health (Belarus)
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Item 5(d): Institutional WASH
Programme area 3 – Institutional water, sanitation and hygiene. Activities and achievements made in this area in 2017-2019
Ms. Márta Vargha, National Public Health Centre (Hungary)
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Water, sanitation and hygiene in health care facilities: from resolution to revolution
Ms. Maggie Montgomery (WHO)
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Programme area 3 — Institutional water, sanitation and hygiene. Suggested future work in this area for 2020-2022
Ms. Nana Gabriadze, National Centre for Disease Control and Public Health (Georgia)
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Item 5(e): Equitable access to water and sanitation
Programme area 6 – Equitable access to water and sanitation. Activities and achievements made in this area in 2017-2019
Mr. Yannick Pavageau, Ministry of Solidarities and Health (France)
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The Human Rights to Water and Sanitation in Practice – Findings and lessons learned from the work on equitable access to water and sanitation under the Protocol on Water and Health in the pan-European region
Ms. Diane Guerrier (UNECE)
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Countries’ experiences in assessing and improving equitable access to water and sanitation
- Ms. Alena Drazdova, Ministry of Health (Belarus)
- Ms. Gunel Gurbanova, Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources (Azerbaijan)
- Ms. Diana Iskreva, NGO EarthForever (Bulgaria)
- Ms. Biljana Filipovic, Ministry of Environmental Protection (Serbia)
- Ms. Nune Bakunts, Ministry of Health (Armenia)
- Ms. Natasha Dokovska, Journalists for Human Rights (North Macedonia)
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Environmental health inequalities in Europe. Second assessment report (2019), Inequalities in access to basic drinking-water and sanitation services
Mr. Dennis Schmiege (WHO Regional Office for Europe), Ms. Chantal Demilecamps (UNECE) and Mr. Oliver Schmoll (WHO Regional Office for Europe)
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Programme area 6 – Equitable access to water and sanitation Suggested future work in this area for 2020-2022
Ms. Márta Vargha, National Public Health Centre (Hungary)
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Item 5(f): Safe and efficient management of water supply and sanitation systems
Programme area 5 – Safe and efficient management of water supply and sanitation systems. Activities and achievements made in this area in 2017-2019
Ms. Jelena Vićanović (Bosnia and Herzegovina/„Vode Srpske“), Ms. Jelka Appelman,
Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management (The Netherlands)
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Sanitation scoping study: Outcomes of white literature analysis and selected highlights
Ms. Anoek Backx, Institute for Public Health and the Environment (the Netherlands)
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Programme area 5 – Safe and efficient management of water supply and sanitation systems.
Suggested future work in this area for 2020-2022
Ms. Jelka Appelman, Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management (the Netherlands)
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Thursday 21 November
Item 5(g): Small-scale water supplies and sanitation
Programme area 4 – Small-scale water supplies and sanitation. Activities and achievements made in this area in 2017-2019
Ms. Bettina Rickert, German Environment Agency (Germany) and Ms. Dragana Jovanovic,
Institute of Public Health (Serbia)
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Costing and financing of small-scale water and sanitation services
Mr. Stef Smits (IRC)
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Programme area 4 – Small-scale water supplies and sanitation. Suggested future work in this area for 2020-2022
Ms. Dragana Jovanovic, Institute of Public Health (Serbia) and Ms. Bettina Rickert, German Environment Agency (Germany)
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Item 5(h): Increasing resilience to climate change
Programme area 7 – Increasing resilience to climate change. Activities and achievements made in this area in 2017-2019 and suggested future work for 2020-2022
Mr. Luca Lucentini, National Institute of Health (Italy)
Mr. Pasqualino Rossi, Ministry of Health (Italy)
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Water in Israel: Public Health Challenges and Opportunities
Ms. Dganit Eichen, Ministry of Health (Israel)
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Item 6: Programme of work for 2020–2022, terms of reference of bodies established to implement it and resources needed for its implementation
Draft Programme of Work for 2020-2022, Including an overview of extrabudgetary resource requirements
Mr. Oliver Schmoll (WHO Regional Office for Europe) and Mr. Sergiusz Ludwiczak (UNECE)
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Financing the work under the Protocol on Water and Health
Mr. Sergiusz Ludwiczak (UNECE) and Mr. Oliver Schmoll (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 Water Convention
Mr. Peter Kovacs, Vice-Chair of the Water Convention, Ministry of Interior (Hungary)
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The Ostrava Declaration on Environment and Health, WHO global strategy on health, environment and climate change
Mr. Oliver Schmoll (WHO Regional Office for Europe)
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