On 31 August 2014, WWAP will be convening the UN-Water Seminar: Water and Energy, Expounding on the World Water Development Report 2014 at the Stockholm World Water Week.In this open-style event, the authors and experts from the leading United Nations agencies who together produced the World Water Development Report 2014, titled “Water and Energy”, will describe challenges and potential response options across the water and energy domains and will debate how these are likely to impact on various development sectors across different regions. Special guests will also be present to enrich the discussion by putting emphasis on gender issue and providing best practices from private sector. Download the flyer
The next day, WWAP will present the preliminary results of the Working Group on Gender-Disaggregated Indicators in the side event Gender Disaggregated Indicators for Water Monitoring Assessment and Reporting organized in collaboration with AMCOW, Women for Water Partnership, the National Water Research Commission of South Africa and SIWI.The Working Group is a joint effort of different entities working on the development of a few significant gender-sensitive water indicators and a consolidated methodology in future assessment monitoring and reporting mechanisms. The event will present case studies and different perspective on the challenges, difficulties and perspectives on the use of gender-disaggregated indicators. Download the flyer
The World Water Assessment Programme has launched a ground breaking project to develop and test the collection of key gender-disaggregated water data.