Report of the Secretary-General on Progress made in providing safe water supply and sanitation for all during the 1990s
Note by the Secretary-General on the Review of the ACC Subcommittee on Water Resources.
Integrated planning and management of land resources: combating desertification and drought. Addendum 2.
Sustainable agriculture and rural development: linkages between agriculture, land and water. Addendum 3.
Capacity building in trade, environment and sustainable development: Background paper No. 1
A final NGO Major Group Statement to Ministerial Conference was signed by 60 organisations and labour groups. Together with other Major Group statements (Gender, Youth, Industry) it forms an attachment to the Ministerial Declaration of the Hague on Water Security.
The outcomes of the two NGO session have been published as a report "Perspectives on Freshwater: Issues and recommendations of NGOs" (pdf file) or to obtain a hard copy from UNED Forum contact: email@example.com.
The papers presented during the NGO workshops are available below:
NGO Workshop Papers
|Integrated Water Resource Management||
NGO Vision paper (BothENDS)
River Water Use in Uganda ( NAPE)
|Water as a Social and Economic Good|
|Water and Agriculture|
|Water as a basic need||
Customary Law and Traditional Water Management (Green Cross Burkina Faso)
|Institutions, governance and public participation||
Institutions, Governance and Participation (WaterAid)
Governance & Participation in Water Users Associations, Nepal (Mountain Resource Management Group)
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International Conference on Water and the Environment (ICWE) in Dublin, Ireland, on 26th - 31st January 1992.
Rio de Janeiro Earth Summit 1992 Agenda 21 - Chapter 18: Protection of the Quality and Supply of Freshwater Resources
Rio Earth Summit NGO Position Papers
NGO Alternative Treaties (Rio, June 1992):
Treaty 21. Fresh Water Treaty
International Conference on Water and Sustainable Development (19-21 MARCH 1998 PARIS, FRANCE)
Expert group meeting on strategic approaches to freshwater management - Harare, 27-30 January 1998
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