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The Australian Water Partnership (AWP) was established in 2015 to enhance the sustainable management of water resources in the Indo-Pacific region, in turn supporting inclusive economic development, improvements to water security for all and reductions in environmental and social impacts and regional tensions.

The AWP brings together public and private partners from across the Australian water sector.  It links them with demand for Australian water expertise from international partners including development banks and foreign governments.  It facilitates partner collaboration to plan and deliver innovative capacity-development programs that respond to water resource management challenges in developing countries.  AWP does not duplicate the services of other national or international players but seeks to maximise its partners’ expertise and existing networks.

The AWP was established and is funded under a grant agreement between eWater Ltd and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) through the Australian aid program.  The AWP is responsible for the delivery of the requirements of the AWP agreement. For more information, visit the About page.

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Call for proposals

Technical Support to the FAO Asia Pacific Water Scarcity Programme

The Australian Water Partnership (AWP) is seeking to appoint an Australian Partner to lead a team of Australian and local experts to support the Asia Pacific Water Scarcity Program (WSP), jointly funded by AWP and the UN Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO). The initial program of activities is in Cambodia, Thailand, and Vietnam.

For full details download the Call for Proposals document. (PDF, 295KB)

How to apply

Interested Partner/s should submit a proposal using the online form by 5.00pm AEDT, Thursday February 9, using the Australia-Mekong Water Facility Proposal Template. (Word, 77KB) Late applications will not be accepted.

For any questions, please contact Lucy Chilver, Program Officer. View all Question & Answers regarding this Call for Proposals here.