• Wooden houses on piles inhabited by the tribe of Inthar, Inle Lake, Myanmar (Photo: Adobe Stock / danhvc)

    Framework for establishing environmental flows in the Ayeyarwady

    The Australian Water Partnership (AWP) is supporting an Environmental Flows (e-flows) project in Myanmar’s Ayeyarwady River Basin (ARB), with the objective of developing an e-flows policy framework for its adoption. There are many flows-related challenges in the ARB, including the need to balance different elements of river development and regulation to control flooding, to provide […]

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  • Team Australia represented by DFAT, AWP staff and partners and Austrade colleagues (L-R): Ashwini Shah (Austrade), Rao (Rubicon India Partner), Mandakini Suri (DFAT), John Tres (AHA), Munish Sharma (Austrade), Vinod (Austrade), Janice Green (BOM), David Winfield (Alluvium), Simon Tilleard (Alluvium), Tony Huber (Consul-General), Nick Schofield and Vijay Kumar (AWP)

    Australian Water Partnership supports India’s 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Water Management

    The Australian Water Partnership (AWP) represented Australia as Country Partner in the 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Water Management, organised by the Government of India’s Ministry of Jal Shakti in Pune, India, from 6–8 November 2019. AWP supported several Australian Partners to participate in the conference, sharing Australian experiences related to basin planning, water information […]

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  • The Ganges at the confluence of the Bhagirathi and Alakna Rivers (Credit: Ruangrat / Adobe Stock).

    Launch of a River Basin Planning Guide to support the India National Hydrology Project

    The Australian Water Partnership (AWP) will launch a new publication for water resources practitioners in India during the 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Water Management in Pune on 6–8 November. The publication, titled ‘River Basin Planning: An Indian Guide’, has been developed in consultation with the Indian Ministry of Jal Shakti to support the National […]

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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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