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Sanitation and Water for All (SWA) recently published the results of a global audience study that looked into the perceptions around water, sanitation, and hygiene of experts working in climate, health, human rights, humanitarian response and economic development.

Indigenous peoples, who have endured centuries of colonization, violence and domination, often relegated to live in marginal territories, in harsh conditions, offer us valuable ways to address the global water crisis through their traditional practices, both in terms of the sustainable management of aquatic ecosystems and the democratic governan

Around the world, 546 million schoolchildren still lack a basic drinking water service at their school; 539 million schoolchildren don't have a basic toilet, and over 800 million schoolchildren lack basic facilities with soap and water to wash their hands, according to this latest JMP report by the WHO/UNICEF.

Action taken report by the Agra Development Authority in the matter of Devanshu Bose Vs Agra Development Authority & Others in compliance to the National Green Tribunal order, December 1, 2021 and March 24, 2022.

The matter related to sewage problem in Nalanda Town colony, Shamshabad road, Agra, Uttar Pradesh. After site inspection of the joint committee, December 10, 2021 direction was issued by the Agra Development Authority to initiate action to make sure for the establishment of a sewage treatment plant (STP) for disposal of sewage coming from the Nalanda Town colony.

India scored the lowest among 180 countries in this 2022 Environment Performance Index (EPI), an analysis by researchers of Yale and Columbia University which provides a data-driven summary of the state of sustainability around the world.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai Vs Nitin Shankar Deshpande & Others dated 04/05/2022.

An affidavit with a status report, May 2, 2022 has been filed by the Municipal Commissioner of the Brihan Mumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC).

Action taken report in compliance to the NGT order, February 10, 2022 (Maj. Gen. Harpreet Singh Bedi Vs Dwarkadheesh Haveli Builders & Others).

The matter pertained to the operation of the sewage treatment plant of Dwarkadham Resident Welfare Society, Bhopal.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Devanshu Bose Vs Agra Development Authority & Others dated 24/03/2022.

The matter related to discharge of sewage quantity of 1.45 lakh litres per day generated by Nalanda Town, a housing colony developed by a builder at Shamshabad Road area of Agra, Police Station Tajganj Ekta Chowki, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, on open land.

One of the key questions posed in the research within the Rebuild project is to understand how COVID-19 exacerbated pre-existing vulnerabilities for women in the urban informal economy. The backdrop of the pandemic has exposed many layers of social disenfranchisement and vulnerabilities.

Water security underpins sustainable development and plays a crucial role in achieving the 2030 Agenda. A 2018 UN Report concluded that achieving SDG 6, ensuring water and sanitation for all, is essential for progress on all other SDGs, and conversely, the achievement of SDG 6 depends on the overall progress of the entire 2030 Agenda.