TWA Water Hub | Indonesia

Welcome to the TWA WATER HUB | INDONESIA.  Whether your organisation has been active in Indonesia for many years or considering to set its first steps, our team is happy to support you making the right connections in the Indonesian water sector and increasing the effectiveness of your (business) activities. Please find...
TWA Water Hub | Indonesia aims to harness the bright minds of young people across Indonesia to help the enormous challenge of cleaning-up the country's highly-polluted rivers. Participants will be challenged to come-up with new ideas and solutions, s...
In June The Water Agency facilitated a Dutch water sector consultation at the beautiful KIVA institute in the Hague. Over 15 different type of stakeholders from the Dutch Water Sector (consultants, knowledge institutes, entrepreneurs, NGO's) were inv...
Indonesia Water Portal team had the opportunity to visit Indo Water Expo and Forum, which was held in JCC Jakarta for 3 days, starting from 17th to 19th July 2019. The team visited each stand to gather information for the readers in Indonesia Water P...
The highly anticipated Indonesia Water Portal has been be officially launched in July 2019! Following in the footsteps of the successful Myanmar Water Portal, this online platform will offer a one-stop gateway to all the latest news, events, pro...
The first Indonesia-EU Water Network Event in May 2019 will bring together water experts from all across Indonesia and the EU to make new connections, learn about the latest developments on water and discover opportunities for collaboration...
TWA Water Hub | Indonesia is inviting professionals from across Indonesia to join a multidisciplinary workshop in April 2019 (date and location to be confirmed) that will investigate critical issues related to Water Quality. Professionals from g...
Launched during the Indonesia Maritime Forum in February, the Eco-Smart Port Challenge 2019 has been inviting young talent from across Indonesia to contribute their personal ideas and solutions for sustainable port development. The Eco-Smart Por...
What can the port of Yangon look like in the future? How to establish development of the port in the most sustainable way?In collaboration with the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and TU Delft, The Water Agency hosted an expert lecture...
The development of coasts and ports is of national importance to Indonesia, securing economic growth and offering safety against floods for millions of people. Given these are typically large-scale infrastructural projects, often taking place in dens...
Partnering with a major water conference in June or July, TWA Water Hub | Indonesia is planning to stage an Innovation Lounge that will offer an exciting and engaging format to showcase new water innovations from around the world.  More informat...