Thursday, April 25, 2019

what is sustainable development goal 6 and its target

"Ensure the availability and sustainable provision of water and hygiene for all". Improvement in cleanliness is a major priority of the Government and in this direction,Govt has initiated several major programs in which clean Bharat Abhiyan, National Rural Drinking Water Program and Namami Ganges Program for Ganga Conservation.

what is sustainable development goal 6


One of the 17 sustainable development goals established by the United Nations in the permanent development
 mission 6, 2015. It requires clean water and cleanliness for all people.

"Ensure the availability and sustainable provision of water and hygiene for all".


main motive of SD Goal 6 is to provide clean water to everyone
main motive of SD Goal 6 is to provide clean water to everyone 
The challenge

Every year, millions of people, mostly children, die from diseases caused by insufficient water supply,  and sanitation. It is estimated that by 2050, one-fourth of the world's population will probably live in countries. where there will be severe and frequent reductions in water.

 Between 1990 and 2009, 2.5 billion people have access to better drinking water, but still 663 million people are deprived. Between 1990 and 2015, the proportion of  the population using a better source of drinking water increased from 76% to 91%. However, every day  about 1,000 children die of diarrhea associated with water and hygiene, while these diseases are easily Can be  avoided.

Why is sustainable development goal  important?






Clean water is extremely important for survival and its effect can affect the health, food security and livelihood of families across the world. Although there is sufficient amount of fresh water for our regular clean water supply


 On our earth, due to wrong economic thinking and weak infrastructure, there may be disparity in the distribution of water supply.


 Drought hits some of the poorest countries of the world, which leads to further deterioration of starvation and malnutrition. 70% of the total deaths due to natural calamities are due to floods and other disasters related to water.


 Reliable energy, economic growth, capable infrastructure to cope with the disaster, sustainable industrialization, consumption and production and food security, everyone has an in-depth relationship   with sustainable supply of clean water.

 Hydroelectricity is one of the most important and widely used sources of energy, and by 2011,it has a 16% share in total power generation worldwide.


What is the solution?

The sustainable development goals have convinced the international community that it should expand international cooperation and programs on activities related to water and sanitation and support local communities for improving water and hygiene management. Through the sustainable development goal 6, the countries of the world have resolved that in the next 15 years, safe drinking water and adequate sanitation and sanitation facilities will be made accessible to everyone, everywhere.


India and its target of The sustainable Development Goal  6


The overall ratio of households accessing better water sources in India was 68% in 1992-93 which increased to 90.6% in 2011-12. However, in 2012, 59% of rural households and 8% of the urban households did not have access to better sanitation facilities.

Improvement in cleanliness is a major priority of the Government and in this direction,Govt  has initiated several major programs in which clean Bharat Abhiyan, National Rural Drinking Water Program and Namami Ganges Program for Ganga Conservation.

An objective of The sustainable Development Goal 6


1. By 2030, providing safe and affordable drinking water everywhere and equally accessible to everyone.

2. By 2030, facilitating adequate and uniform hygiene and sanitation facilities for everyone and stop smoking in open. 
    It will take special care of the needs of the people living in the condition of women and girls and helplessness. 

3. By 2030, by reducing pollution, discarding the waste and minimizing harmful chemicals and materials, minimizing  the quality of water, halving the proportion of untreated dirty water, and increasing the recycling of water worldwide and using it again. do.

4. By 2030, greatly encouraging the economical use of water in all areas and ensuring the durable clearance and  supply of fresh waterwhich can reduce the absence of water and reduce the number of people suffering from water deficiency.

5. By 2030, as per the suitability, implementing Integrated Water Management at all levels, including cooperation from across the border.

6. By 2020, preserving and restoring ecosystems related to water, including mountains, forests, marshy areas, rivers,  wells and lakes.

7. By 2030, increasing the scope of international cooperation and capacity building into developing countries,  including water harvesting, eradication of water, water efficiency, treatment of dirty water, recycling and recycling technology, activities related to water and hygiene and developing programs.

Support and strengthen the participation of local communities in improving water and sanitation management.


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