Bangladesh - CSOs Review Of National Accountability Mechanism For SDG 6

Bangladesh - CSOs Review Of National Accountability Mechanism For SDG 6

  • Introduction: In Bangladesh, the government operates with little effective accountability or other checks and balances.
Srilanka - CSOs Review Of National Accountability Mechanism For SDG 6

Srilanka - CSOs Review Of National Accountability Mechanism For SDG 6

  • The country report that presented review of National Accountability Mechanisms on the commitment to SDG 6 and mutual responsibilities in achieving universal access to water
Pakistan - CSOs Review Of National Accountability Mechanism For SDG 6

Pakistan - CSOs Review Of National Accountability Mechanism For SDG 6

  • This study has been conducted to gauge the progress made so far towards achieving Sustainable Development Goal 6 in Pakistan since its inception.
Nepal - CSOs Review Of National Accountability Mechanism For SDG 6

Nepal - CSOs Review Of National Accountability Mechanism For SDG 6

  • IRC (IRC) and its partners have commissioned a global study including Nepal to map out existing national accountability mechanisms relevant with SDG 6 in its participating
Maldives - CSOs Review Of National Accountability Mechanism For SDG 6

Maldives - CSOs Review Of National Accountability Mechanism For SDG 6

  • In continuation of the 2018 review of the National Accountability Mechanisms, the current study was proposed by IRC in association with FANSA, with an overall purpose of
India - CSOs Review Of National Accountability Mechanism For SDG 6

India - CSOs Review Of National Accountability Mechanism For SDG 6

  • Freshwater Action Water Network (South Asia) FANSA had undertaken a study on Accountability Mechanisms related to SDG 6 in all South Asian countries in the year 2018,
Bhutan - CSOs Review Of National Accountability Mechanism For SDG 6

Bhutan - CSOs Review Of National Accountability Mechanism For SDG 6

  • Though Bhutan made commendable progress in a relatively short period of time in terms of water and sanitation coverage, water-borne diseases have marginally