• Inaugural AWP Australian Partners

    The Australian Water Partnership is pleased to announce the following organisations as Australian partners following the first expression of interest round. Offers of partnership have been made to a number of other organisations and we anticipate formalising these partnerships shortly. We look forward to the opportunity of working with these organisations in helping to manage […]

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  • DFAT Secretary to launch Australian Water Partnership

    Funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), the Australian Water Partnership (AWP) is a new, innovative and strategic approach to dealing with water scarcity in the Indo-Pacific region—where population growth, food demand, industrialisation, urbanisation and climate change have significantly affected water scarcity and quality in recent years. Peter Varghese AO, DFAT Secretary, will […]

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  • Call for Expressions of Interest to participate in the AWP now open

    The call is now open for Australian organisations and businesses to participate in the Australian Water Partnership. All Australian public and private organisations have the opportunity to participate in the AWP. See the Partners area for application guidelines and submission.

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  • Industry briefings

    eWater held a series of state based information sessions during the month of July in order to provide more detail to industry stakeholders on the function and form of the AWP. The briefings were conducted by A/Prof Gary Jones, CEO of the AWP and Executive Director of eWater. Industry were invited to attend sessions in […]

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  • Nomination for the Australian Water Partnership Committee

    1. The call Call opened 22 June and closed 13 July 2015. AWP strategy and operations have been guided by a formally-constituted committee of the eWater company board, known as the AWP Committee. The Committee consists of nine members: one Director of EWL (who is also the Chair); one nominee of the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and […]

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