In conjunction with Amsterdam International Water Week and Aquatech 2019!  From October 28th until November 8th 2019, JOIN US ON A UNIQUE 2-WEEK STUDY TOUR OF THE NETHERLANDS. In this immersion of Dutch water innovation, build you...
The China Water Challenge 2010-2011 was initiated as part of the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai. A unique collaboration between the governments of China and the Netherlands, top universities, private sector, water utilities and ...
The 3rd edition of the Singapore Water Challenge was launched on 3 June 2014 during the Singapore International Water Week. Mr. Khoo Teng Chey, Executive Director of the Singapore Centre for Liveable Cities and Mr. Ahmed Aboutaleb, Mayor of...
To effectively address water and climate related events, a strong information chain is critical. This chain consists of data collection, data processing, data storage, data analysis and modelling and the development of smart applications to...
LET'S TALK RESILIENCE! was the theme of the third edition of the Australia Water Challenge. Building on two successful editions in previous years, the 2015 program was unique in many ways: more universities, more companies and mentors, a plenary...
The second edition of the INDONESIA WATER CHALLENGE took place in Semarang from November 2016 until March 2017. Under the theme Blue-Green Cities, participants were challenged to develop their vision on the resilient and sustainable development of Se...
image: Total rainfall in the South East Asia in the period of 1 to 12 August. In deep red the extreme rainfall in Myanmar. (source: NASA Earth Observatory) dutchwatersector.comThe Yangon region in Myanmar is in need of a water management policy that ...
Since October last year the PIB UWLY Coalition – Partners in Business for Urban Water Logistics for a Greater Yangon - has been working on assignment of Yangon Region's Chief Minister to work with local stakeholders to support his city in urban water...
We are your eyes & ears and hands & feet on the ground. The Water Agency The Water Agency WATER HUBS are your gateway to the Asia Pacific water sector. Our local teams are in the market every day, meeting people, gathering information and exp...
A MOVEMENT to inspire more stakeholders to invest in Water Studies and the need for capacity building of faculty members, international relations, gender equality and research.  The MYANMAR WATER HUB & PORTAL accelerate your call f...
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...
In 2015 Piet Filet, Gregor van Essen and Frodo van Oostveen started The Water Agency. Our ambition? To bring more creativity and collaboration in the International Water Sector with a specific focus on Asia Pacific. Therefore, we felt like the w...
Piet Filet, The Water Agency' Managing Partner, is part of the Queensland Water Modelling Network. In conjunction with the International Water Centre Piet hosted a Community of Practice workshop on June 26.Participants in the Queensland Water Modelli...
On July 14, 2019, 19 Undergraduate students from the River & Coastal Studies of Myanmar Maritime University ​joined The Water Agency' Communication Training. Hosted by our Myanmar Water Portal Manager Kyaw Nyunt Linn, the training&...
PIB UWLY Workshops - Consortium Members and local Stakeholders meet in YangonOn 23rd of July, the PIB UWLY consortium has come together again to host a high-level workshop at Yangon Region Government office which aims to discuss and obtain solid next...