• The AWP and eWater team bid farewell to Kaye Schofield and welcome Bob McMullan as AWPAC Chair

    Kaye Schofield AO departs from the Australian Water Partnership and eWater Ltd

    Kaye Schofield AO did not seek re-election as Director of the eWater Ltd (EWL) Board at the 2018 Annual General Meeting (AGM), and is also stepping down from her role as Chair of the Australian Water Partnership Advisory Committee (AWPAC). Kaye was officially farewelled on 21 November, with AWP presenting her with a certificate of […]

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  • Australian Water Partnership awarded $24M DFAT funding for Phase 2

    The Australian Water Partnership (AWP) has been awarded funding for an additional four years resulting in the signing of the Phase 2 grant agreement between the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and eWater Ltd (for the AWP) on 25 October 2018. The DFAT grant provides $24M of funds which will be rolled out […]

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  • Indian technical visit delegation and AWP staff and partners in Canberra, October 2018

    Murray-Darling Basin to help inform river basin planning in Krishna Basin States

    The Australian Water Partnership (AWP) has recognised river basin planning in India as an emerging and key priority for its investments and has sought to support this through the development of appropriate modelling tools, decision-support systems, and policy / institutional frameworks to promote river basin planning and management. In support of river basin planning in […]

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  • Creating a water secure Pakistan

    International Symposium on ‘Creating a Water Secure Pakistan’

    The Supreme Court of Pakistan, through its Law and Justice Commission (LJCP), hosted an International Symposium on “Creating a Water-Secure Pakistan” in Islamabad on 19-21 October, in response to the country’s water crisis. Pakistan’s per capita surface water availability has declined from 5,260 cubic meters per year in 1951 to approximately 1,000 cubic meters in […]

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