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Australian Publications

A handbook for visiting Australia’s dams

An overview of eastern Australian dams, including management, safety, and operations
Australian Publications
Australian Perspective Series

Decision support systems and tools for water resources policy and management

Principles and Practice for Indigenous Engagement in Water Management

This publication examines an Australian case study and analyses 20 international case studies to determine key principles for indigenous engagement in water management.
GEDSI

AWP GEDSI Guidance for Partners

GEDSI

Gender Equality, Disability, and Social Inclusion Policy

Case Studies
GEDSI

Technical Support to Improve Reservoir Water Quality Management in Thailand

As part of the ongoing water collaboration between Thailand’s Royal Irrigation Department (RID) and Australia through the Australian Water Partnership, Australia and Thailand have undertaken experience sharing and knowledge exchange to support reservoir water quality management in Thailand.
Case Studies
GEDSI

Technical Support to the Process of Amending Vietnam’s Law on Water Resources

The Australian Water Partnership is supporting cooperation between Vietnamese and Australian experts on technical inputs on the Amendment of the Law on Water resources to inform and strengthen the Law and its accompanying implementation Decree.
Case Studies
GEDSI

Hydrology Support for Flash Floor Early Warning Systems in The Pacific

The Pacific region is one of the most at risk from the impacts of climate change, particularly from extreme weather events such as cyclones and flash flooding. To build resilience, the Pacific Community identified an important area of work to better understand the potential likelihood and consequences of flash flooding and the role that hydrology can play to reduce these.
Case Studies
GEDSI

District Wide Water Resources Management in Cambodia

In this case study, read how local partners, led by WaterAid, worked with the existing district water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) working group and key stakeholders to develop an inclusive water resource management plan, and hold capacity building, training and progress reflection workshops.
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