• Chris O’Neill interview: applied environmental engineering for improved catchment management in India, with communities

    This interview and related content was originally part of the Kini Interview Series. Kini is a retired brand of the AWP and IWCAN.

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  • Pune workshop on data acquisition for IWRM

    Eight AWP partners participated in a two-day international workshop in Pune, Maharashtra, with the Government of India and representatives from the World Bank on the theme ‘Reliable data acquisition system for integrated water resources management’. The main objective of the event was to bring together Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) practitioners and leading HydroMet instrument […]

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  • CSIRO: supporting water resource management in large international basins

    Dr Peter Wallbrink, research director for basin management outcomes at the CSIRO speaks about supporting water resource management in large international basins at the 2016 IWA World Water Congress and Exhibition, Brisbane, Australia.   This program has an international outlook and aims to deliver impact and value in the area of integrated water resource management. […]

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  • Delegation to Andhra Pradesh, India

    An AWP delegation recently visited Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh at the request of the Andhra Pradesh government via the Australian Consulate General in Chennai. The delegation comprised Sophie Smith and Svetha Venkatram from the Australian Consulate General in Chennai, South India, Ralph Ogden (AWP), Colin Chartres (AWP and Crawford Fund),  Michael Spencer (Water Stewardship Australia), Simon Tilleard (Alluvium), Nick Schofield (University of […]

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  • Update: National Hydrology Project – Phase III (India)

    Progress continues on the collaboration between the AWP and the Government of India, under India’s National Hydrology Project (Phase III). The NHP Phase III aims to strengthen the institutions and quality of water information required for integrated water resources management in India. The project involves all Indian states and union territories, and several central agencies, […]

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  • India National Hydrology Project: First call for submissions

    The Australian Water Partnership (AWP) has issued its first invitation for partner submissions to participate in the first three activities under the India National Hydrology Project (NHP) Phase III: River Basin Planning and Management – Policy and Institutional Framework Assessment National Water Information System Assessment NHP Program Facilitator The AWP will provide technical support to […]

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  • India National Hydrology Project proposal approved

    A proposal from the World Bank for the Australian Water Partnership to provide technical support to the India National Hydrology Project (NHP) has been approved. The World Bank has assisted the Government of India and several state governments with water sector institutional and technical capacity-building over the last 20 years. To date, this work has […]

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