Water sector policy, planning and programmes; water legislation and management; institution capacity building and advice; water supply assessments and studies; groundwater, water quality and watershed studies; hydrogeology; excluding agricultural water resources (31140).
5 digit Purpose Codes in this category
|#crs14010||Water sector policy and administrative management||Water sector policy and governance, including legislation, regulation, planning and management as well as transboundary management of water; institutional capacity development; activities supporting the Integrated Water Resource Management approach (IWRM: see box below)|
|#crs14015||Water resources conservation (including data collection)||Collection and usage of quantitative and qualitative data on water resources; creation and sharing of water knowledge; conservation and rehabilitation of inland surface waters (rivers, lakes etc.), ground water and coastal waters; prevention of water contamination|
|#crs14020||Water supply and sanitation - large systems||Programmes where components according to 14021 and 14022 cannot be identified. When components are known, they should individually be reported under their respective purpose codes: water supply , sanitation , and hygiene |
|#crs14021||Water supply - large systems||Potable water treatment plants; intake works; storage; water supply pumping stations; large scale transmission / conveyance and distribution systems|
|#crs14022||Sanitation - large systems||Large scale sewerage including trunk sewers and sewage pumping stations; domestic and industrial waste water treatment plants|
|#crs14030||Basic drinking water supply and basic sanitation||Programmes where components according to 14031 and 14032 cannot be identified. When components are known, they should individually be reported under their respective purpose codes: water supply , sanitation , and hygiene |
|#crs14031||Basic drinking water supply||Rural water supply schemes using handpumps, spring catchments, gravity-fed systems, rainwater collection and fog harvesting, storage tanks, small distribution systems typically with shared connections/points of use. Urban schemes using handpumps and local neighbourhood networks including those with shared connections|
|#crs14032||Basic sanitation||Latrines, on-site disposal and alternative sanitation systems, including the promotion of household and community investments in the construction of these facilities. (Use code 12261 for activities promoting improved personal hygiene practices.)|
|#crs14040||River basins' development||Infrastructure focused integrated river basin projects and related institutional activities; river flow control; dams and reservoirs [excluding dams primarily for irrigation (31140) and hydropower (23065) and activities related to river transport (21040)]|
|#crs14050||Waste management / disposal||Municipal and industrial solid waste management, including hazardous and toxic waste; collection, disposal and treatment; landfill areas; composting and reuse|
|#crs14081||Education and training in water supply and sanitation||Education and training for sector professionals and service providers|
Media or #OpenData
With a hashtag per article, anyone can tag content relevant to the status and implementation of the article, and share it via social media as explained at #tags in support of easy information retrieval (video on YouTube).
If you publish a website or blog, you can also embed the Twitter timeline of a hashtag as explained at How to embed a #tag timeline in your website or blog? (Video on YouTube). There is a Twitter timeline embedded at #udhr19 - Freedom of opinion & expression; to seek & receive information.