This page lists the support available to help those tasked with reporting for SDG indicator 6.3.2
For any inquiries about available support, please contact our Help Desk via SDG632@un.org
Support is also available in the following languages:
Below is a short introductory document to introduce the indicator methodology and its concepts, and four technical documents that focus on specific aspects of the indicator methodology.
Introduction to SDG Indicator 6.3.2
Technical: Monitoring Programme Design
Technical: Target Values
Technical: Monitoring and Reporting on Groundwater
Technical: Level 2 Monitoring
|SDG Water Quality Hub: Quick start Guide
Below are the reporting templates and guidance on how to report.
Level 1 Reporting Template
Reporting Workflow Description
Level 1 Reporting Template Demonstration
|Optional Level 2 Reporting Template
This section includes some interesting case studies and technical notes.
Australia Flat, Dry and Salty. Implementation of SDG Indicator 6.3.2 (Long version)
Australia Flat, Dry and Salty. Implementation of SDG Indicator 6.3.2 (Short version)
Chile Implementation of SDG Indicator 6.3.2 (2019 long version)
Chile Implementation of SDG Indicator 6.3.2 (2020 short version)
Sierra Leone and Capacity Development
Mexico and the implementation of 6.3.2 using GEMStat data
Liberia and Innovative Data Sources
miniSASS - a citizen-based approach to biological water quality data collection
Two strongly interlinked indicators to improve water quality
European Environment Information and Observation Network (Eionet)
Relevant examples of resource materials that have been downloaded from various organisations and scientific journals. This section is organised by theme.
Biological monitoring of freshwaters
Citizen science monitoring
Satellite-based Earth observation
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