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Climate resilient WASH

JMP/GLAAS review of indicators for global monitoring of climate resilient WASH

Climate-related hazards, shocks and stresses present a growing threat to drinking water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services. In response, WHO and UNICEF have launched a review to identify indicators for enhanced national and global monitoring of climate resilient WASH. The results will inform future global monitoring by the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (JMP) and the UN-Water Global Analysis and Assessment of Sanitation and Drinking Water (GLAAS).  

During 2024 and 2025, JMP and GLAAS will collaborate with the University of Leeds, University of Technology Sydney, University of Bristol and Oxford University and convene a technical working group to a) review emerging frameworks, tools and indicators, and b) recommend a short list of priority indicators for progressive integration into national monitoring systems. WHO and UNICEF will convene stakeholders at each stage of the process to solicit feedback on the findings and recommendations of the review.

Expression of interest in stakeholder consultations on global monitoring of climate resilient WASH

If you are interested in being part of the stakeholder consultations to review outputs of this work, please complete the following form to receive updates (click here to complete form). 

If you are interested in taking a more active role and to provide inputs to the technical working group, please send your CV and recent, relevant pieces of work to by 24 April 2024.