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GENDER-DISAGGREGATED DATA ON WATER AND

5) Institutional constraints that inhibit the collection of gender- disaggregated water and sanitation data should be identified, monitored, and action plans developed to remedy these problems and develop capacities.

6) The UN Statistical Commissions should take the consideration and proposed indicators of this EGM into its deliberations

ANNEX: List of Participants

1. Ms. Maria-Angelica ALEGRIA CALVO Chief Engineer, National Initiative of Water Efficiency Chilean General Directorate of Water Steering Committee Member of the Gender & Water Alliance Estado No. 10, Oficina 1501 8320000, Santiago, Chile Tel: +56 2 6398941 Email: maria.alegria@mop.gov.cl; mariaangelica.alegria@gmail.com

2. Ms. Kusum ATHUKORALA Chair, NetWater, Rural Development, Gender, Water & Sanitation, NETWATER Rural Development, Gender, Water & Sanitation No.7, St. Mary’s Lane Colombo 15, Sri Lanka Tel/Fax: 0094-2521604 Email: kusum@itmin.net; kusumathukorala@hotmail.com

3. Mr. Tariq BANURI Director, Division for Sustainable Development Department of Economic and Social Affairs, DC2-2220 New York, NY 10017 Tel: 212-963-8416 Email: banuri@un.org

4. Ms. Alice BOUMAN-DENTENER President, Women for Water Partnership Benoordent Houtse Weg 23, 2596 BA, The Hague, Holland Tel: 31-70-326-41-76 Email: chair@womenforwater.org; secretariat@womenforwater.org

5. Mr. François BRIKKE Regional Leader for Latin America Water & Sanitation Program, The World Bank 185, Avenida Alvarez Calderon San Isidro, Lima, Peru Tel: +51-1-615 0685 Mobil: +51-1-997-59-50-59 Email: fbrikke@worldbank.org

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