Sustainable and climate resilient water resource management

What we do

We work with partners in the Indo-Pacific region to collectively improve sustainable and climate-resilient water resource management.

Our role is to support the water resource management and planning needs of countries, responding to demand for Australia’s expertise to tackle existing and future water issues in the region.

To make a real impact, effective collaboration with diverse partners and stakeholders is critical. Our partnerships ensure our activities respond to water management needs in ways that are relevant, meaningful, equitable and sustainable, while aligning with existing efforts and priorities.

Working in partnership enables sustainable development outcomes while also contributing to Australian diplomatic objectives.

Latest news

Read the latest news and blog posts from Australian Water Partnership.

Elements of effective partnerships – Findings from an AWP evaluation in the Mekong

June 26, 2024

MARVI: A promising participatory framework for sustainable groundwater management in Southeast Asia

June 24, 2024

Emerging opportunities based on resilience, climate and water intersections in the Indo-Pacific region

June 20, 2024

Navigating water scarcity in Asia and the Pacific

May 15, 2024

Supporting International Development through Ozwater’24 

May 14, 2024

Exploring water-energy integration options for the Mekong

May 14, 2024

Events

AWP engages with a range of water actors and stakeholders at both local and international water and climate events.

3rd Asia International Water Week (AIWW)

September 28, 2024
Asia International Water Week will take place in Beijing, China from 24 – 28 September with the theme of ‘Enhancing Our Future Water Security’. The event will gather water experts and stakeholders to address the growing threats to water security by identifying the most pressing water challenges in Asia and co-developing solutions to tackle them.

SIWI World Water Week 2024

August 29, 2024
World Water Week (WWW) 2024 will take place from 25-29 August in Stockholm, Sweden. This year’s theme ‘Bridging borders: Water for a Peaceful and Sustainable Future’ urges participants to recognise the interconnectedness of communities and nations in collectively tackling the diverse climate challenges, with a special focus on the pivotal role of water in advancing the Sustainable Development Goals.

Our partners

AWP engages with a range of water actors and stakeholders at local, national and international water and climate events.

Andrew Ross
Department of Industry, NSW Office of Water
Engineers Without Borders Australia
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