If we continue at this specific rate, we will meet the MDGs target for water in 2036 and the sanitation target in 2109, Taal said, adding, It really is time for actions, there have been many declarations and it is time for implementation . Topics to be addressed through the meeting include funding of water and sanitation infrastructure, how to close the sanitation gap, climate change and water adaptation and also administration of Africa’s transboundary waters, BuaNews/allAfrica.com reviews.While different countries make use of different markers to classify harmful drugs, non-e use a system like the one proposed by Nutt’s research, which he hopes could serve as a framework for worldwide authorities. ‘This is a landmark paper,’ stated Dr. Leslie Iversen, professor of pharmacology at Oxford University. Iversen was not connected to the study. ‘It is the first real stage towards an evidence-based classification of medications.’ He added that based on the paper’s results, alcoholic beverages and tobacco cannot be excluded. ‘The ranks also suggest the necessity for better regulation of the more harmful drugs that are legal, i.e. Tobacco and alcohol,’ wrote Wayne Hall, of the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia, in an accompanying Lancet commentary. Hall had not been involved with Nutt’s paper.