Indonesia and the Netherlands extended their cooperation in water management due to the MoU Water 2022-2026, reaffirming their commitment to...
Asia Water House
Asia Water House assists international and local organisations for a smooth project implementation by supporting on-the-ground activities and stakeholder engagement, setting up an enabling environment, and building a sense of belonging for the community and local stakeholders.
Asia Water House is run by local staff that speak the language and understand the local culture yet are equipped with international project experience and education. The Water House ensures that the interests and needs of the local partners are identified and addressed to benefit the affected people and project beneficiaries.
Asia Water House has three main objectives, which are:
- To connect international partners with local country partners.
- To offer on-the-ground support in identifying, designing, and executing international water projects.
- To ensure strong inclusivity and local ownership to stakeholders and beneficiaries for project sustainability.
The Mekong Delta, renowned for its agricultural productivity, confronts serious challenges from rising sea levels, water scarcity, and saltwater intrusion....
Batik industry workshops are spread throughout Pekalongan City, often in small household workshops. To some extent, this industry plays a...
Based on the intention of further expanding Building with Nature (BwN in Asia, Yayasan Lahan Basah (YLBA) or Wetlands International...
Yangon is one of the most vulnerable cities worldwide to climate change, suffering from widespread flooding during the monsoon while...
On October 18, 2023, The Water Agency launched Phase II of the Mekong Salt Lab project in collaboration with Tra Vinh University and esteemed partners.
In the Mekong Delta, managing water resources, particularly groundwater, is crucial for mitigating the increasing rates of land subsidence and groundwater salinization. The Vietnamese government,
Indonesia and the Netherlands agree to extend cooperation in water management. East Java Province was selected as one of the priority locations for this water
The Water Agency is proud to announce a new role taken by Carrina Lim and colleagues in Indonesia as the Local Liaison for Water Cooperation
Pekalongan is a small city on the north coast of Central Java, well-known for its famous batik textile industry in Indonesia. Batik is a UNESCO-recognized
Last November, The Water Agency team had a chance to visit one of the outstanding exhibitions of 2022 in Ho Chi Minh: The Green Economy