RésEAU - SDC's water network

RésEAU - SDC's water network

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Guidelines on Water 2022-25

The Guidelines on Water 2022–25 substantiate the principles of the Foreign Policy Strategy 2020−23 and the IC Strategy 2021−24 in relation to the foreign policy thematic priority of water. The structure is framed by the five key objectives of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: people, planet, prosperity, peace and partnership. The guidelines are part of the third level of the cascade of core foreign policy documents. They are primarily aimed at the FDFA but may also provide guidance for other departments and actors.

Guidelines on Water 2022-25
Lignes directrices sur l'eau 2022-2025
Leitlinien Wasser 2022-2025
Linee guida sull'acqua 2022-2025.pdf



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RésEAU Brief

The third edition of the RésEAU Brief seriesa medium to share the SDC's learnings from water related projects and programmes at the global level, is now available. This RésEAU Brief focuses on Developing sustainable rural markets for resilient sanitation: lessons from Bangladesh. SDC staff and partners share their learnings from practice on how inclusive and sustainable sanitation market systems can be developed, to spark inspiration.


To download the Brief, click here: RésEAU Brief 3



​Blue Peace

Blue Peace is a growing global movement and is the heart of SDC's water strategy. It aims to develop a culture of peace and preserve precious freshwater resources, while achieving equitable and sustainable use of water across boundaries, sectors and generations.

As one of its strongest tools, the Blue Peace Index assesses management of shared water resources across five pillars: Policy & legal frameworks, Institutional arrangements & participation, Water management instruments, Infrastructure & financing, and Cooperation.

Publications (more publications, videos and images)


Programme Framework 2021-24​, Global Programme Water






 


 

Portfolio 2021, Global Programme Water


Trend ​Sheet #5


The potential of satellite-based remote sensing to bridge existing information gaps.​