TWA Water Hub | Myanmar

The Water Agency started operations in Myanmar in 2015. Since then we have been working towards a more transparent water sector in Myanmar, aiming to increase cooperation between government, universities, private and public organizations. A large part of southern Myanmar consists of a delta, vulnerable for floods and extreme weather. There are...
Did you know Kandawgi Lake has a crucial role in preventing flooding of Yangon's down town areas? Come join us on a tour around the lake, where we will discuss the Lake's ecosystem. Dr. Piet Filet, an expert in water management and flood resilie...
Our Managing Partner from Australia, Dr. Piet Filet is visiting Yangon for a week . Piet is an expert on water management, specifically on flood resilience. He met with many of stakeholders during his previous Water in the City workshop in ...
In September 2018 the Myanmar Water Portal was nominated for the ASEAN Rice Bowl Start Up Awards. We were nominated in the category Best Ecosystem Initiative in Myanmar. The ASEAN Rice Bowl Start-up aim to promote the spirit of innovation and en...
The 2nd edition of the Myanmar Water Challenge was held from August until October 2018. Under theme of Thee City, participants were challenged to develop their own vision on a water and climate resilient Yangon.During the three-day event where studen...
The Water Agency started operations in Myanmar in 2015. Since then we have been working towards a more transparent water sector in Myanmar, aiming to increase cooperation between government, universities, private and public organizations. A large par...
Connectedness is the defining success factor for the global water sector. Connectedness enables sharing of knowledge, commitment, learning, innovation, collaboration, transparency, accountability. The Myanmar water sector has a unique opportunity to ...
The Ayeyarwady Delta is one of the world's major deltas, running 300 km from east to west and 200 km from north to south. It is the main artery on which Myanmar's livelihood depends, providing food, water and a place to live and work for millions of ...
A sector-wide study among more than 200 water professionals in Australia is showing strong support for the knowledge exchange partnership with the Netherlands on flood and drought management, which was initiated by the Dutch water sector in 2012. No ...