Policy review of the means of implementation targets and indicators for the sustainable development goal for water and sanitation

@article{Bartram2018PolicyRO,
  title={Policy review of the means of implementation targets and indicators for the sustainable development goal for water and sanitation},
  author={Jamie K. Bartram and Clarissa Brocklehurst and David J. Bradley and Mike Muller and Barbara Evans},
  journal={npj Clean Water},
  year={2018},
  volume={1},
  pages={1-5}
}
The Sustainable Development Goals, adopted by the Member States of the United Nations in September 2016, contain both ‘Outcome’ and ‘Means of Implementation’ targets. However, there is generally weak evidence linking the Means of Implementation to outcomes, they are imperfectly conceptualised and inconsistently formulated, and tracking their largely qualitative indicators will be difficult. In this paper, we analyse and critique the Means of Implementation targets of the Sustainable Development… 

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