Cookie tracking notice
Are we allowed to crumble with cookies and anonymous tracking?

We use cookies on our website. Some of them are essential for the operation of the site (so called session cookies), while others help us to improve this site and the user experience (tracking cookies). We use the application Matomo and the external service etracker to analyze your behavior on our website anonymously. Because we value your privacy, we are here with asking your permission to use the following technologies. You can change your settings any time via this link or the menu item in footer menu. For more information visit our Data Policy

Post-2015 – Communication material for potential WASH targets and indicators

Various Authors (2013)

Published in: 2013

Various Authors

Uploaded by:
SuSanA secretariat

Partner profile:
common upload


Content - Summary

In 2011, WHO and UNICEF, as part of the Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP), initiated a broad technical consultation to identify potential targets and indicators for water, sanitation and hygiene post-2015. This culminated in a meeting in The Hague in December 2012 where we achieved broad consensus on a list of targets and indicators as well as a few actions going forwards. Since then, a number of things have happened to take forward the outcomes of the Hague meeting and the process that led up to it. One highlight was the establishment of the Working Group on Communications and Advocacy. This working group is led by Amanda Marlin at the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) and includes the leads from the four previously established working groups (water supply, sanitation, hygiene and equity and non-discrimination). This ensures that the work of the communications working group is informed by the JMP-facilitated process. A set of communications materials has been produced by this working group – fact sheets and powerpoint presentations in English, French and Spanish. This was following specific advice provided at the Hague consultation and the meeting of the Strategic Advisory Group, both in December 2012.

This entry contains various publications by JMP and others:

1. Towards a Post-2015 Development Agenda WASH targets and indicators post-2015: outcomes of an expert consultation
This document is depicting WASH targets and their scope

2. WASH Post-2015: Proposed targets and indicators for households, schools and health centres
This document is focusing on the targets in homes and public buildings

3. Human rights that are crucial to health and development
This is a selection of the main arguments for efforts in the WASH sector

4. WASH Post-2015: targets and indicators
A detailed discription of the move from one MDG target to four targets in post-2015

5. Presentation: Proposal for Post-2015 WASH Targets and Indicators
A presentation on the new four WASH targets

6. WASH Post-2015: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
This short sheet gives visions and targets for the post-215 process

7. High-Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda: A New Global Partnership - Eradicate Poverty and Transform Economies Through Susainable Development
“Our vision and our responsibility are to end extreme poverty in all its forms in the context of sustainable development and to have in place the building blocks of sustained prosperity for all.”

8. UN-Water: A Post-2015 Global Goal for Water - Synthesis of key findings and recommendations from UN-Water
This paper is the result of a broad technical consultation process among UN-Water Members and Partners, as well as a range of other stakeholders. It proposes a set of potential targets and indicators to support a dedicated global goal for water and is conceived as a contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) consultation process as well as to the discussions on the post-2015 development agenda.

Bibliographic information

Various Authors (2013). Post-2015 – Communication material for potential WASH targets and indicators.

Filter tags

Capacity development (WG1) English Journalists


Towards a Post-2015 Development Agenda WASH targets and indicators post-2015: outcomes of an expert consultation

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.78 MB

WASH Post-2015: Proposed targets and indicators for households, schools and health centres

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.67 MB

Human rights that are crucial to health and development

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.42 MB

Post-2015 WASH targets and indicators

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.65 MB

Presentation: Proposal for Post-2015 WASH Targets and Indicators

Format: pdf file
Size: 1.32 MB

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.96 MB


Format: pdf file
Size: 3.74 MB

A Post-2015 Global Goal for Water

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.93 MB

Share this page on    

Networks Circle


Latest SuSanA Blog Articles

  • 26-03-2024Alice Brandt ,Mascha Kaddori:
    Let’s get wild: Water, sanitation and hygiene at the human-wildlife interface »
  • 21-03-2024Tabeer Riaz:
    Empowering Young Women Water Professionals in South Asia: Leading the Wave of Change »
  • 12-03-2024Beauty Mkoba:
    Unlocking the potential of African Women in STEM through mentorship »
  • 08-03-2024Gloria Mariga :
    Mentorship empowers African women to lead environmental stewardship »
  • 05-03-2024Josphine Gaicugi:
    Achieving access to adequate and equitable sanitation for all is no mean feat »
  • 01-02-2024Sanitation for Millions:
    Toilets Making the Grade® school competition – A Competition where all Participants are Winners »
  • 24-01-2024Anne Fetscher,Jörg Felmeden:
    The sustainable use of tap water (in Germany) and the power of education. An Interview with Dr.-Ing. Jörg Felmeden »

SuSanA Blog »

SuSanA newsletter

Stay informed about the activities of SuSanA and its partners. The SuSanA newsletter is sent out around four times per year. It contains information about news, events, new partners, projects, discussions and publications of the SuSanA network.

Subscribe to newsletter »




Resources and publications

Our library has more than 3,000 publications, factsheets, presentations, drawings etc. from many different organisations. It continues to grow thanks to the contributions from our partners.

Add item to library »

The three links below take you to special groups of items in the library for more convenient access:


The project database contains nearly 400 sanitation projects of many different organizations dealing with research, implementation, advocacy, capacity development etc. Advanced filtering functions and a global map are also available. Information on how and why this database was created is here.

People working for SuSanA partners can add their own projects through their partner profile page. You might need your SuSanA login upgraded for this purpose. Please contact us if you would like to add a project.

Trainings, conference and events materials

Missed important conferences or courses? Catch up by using their materials for self study. These materials have been kindly provided by SuSanA partners.

Shit flow diagrams, excreta flow diagrams (304 SFDs worldwide)

Shit flow diagrams (SFDs) help to visualize excreta management in urban settings. Access SFDs and more through the SFD Portal.

Emersan eCompendium

Humanitarian Sanitation Hub

Sanitation Workers Knowledge and Learning Hub




Discussion forum

Share knowledge, exchange experiences, discuss challenges, make announcements, ask questions and more. Hint: Your discussion forum login is the same as your SuSanA login. More about the forum's philosophy »

Integrated content

We are hosting content from some other communities of practice and information-sharing portals. This section also provides a link to SuSanA's Sanitation Wikipedia initiative.

Suggest content to add »

SuSanA partners

Not yet a SuSanA partner? Show your organisation's support to SuSanA's vision and engage in  knowledge sharing by becoming partners.

Apply to become a partner »

Individual membership

Register as an individual member of SuSanA free of charge. As a member you can interact with thousands of sanitation enthusiasts on the discussion forum.  You can also get engaged in one of our 13 working groups and our regional chapters. Our FAQs explain the benefits further.

By getting a SuSanA login you can fully participate in the SuSanA community!

Register as a member


Forgot your password?
Forgot your username?