The Mekong Delta, renowned for its agricultural productivity, confronts serious challenges from rising sea levels, water scarcity, and saltwater intrusion....
Asia Water Portal
Connectedness is the defining success factor for the global water sector. Connectedness enables sharing knowledge, commitment, learning, innovation, collaboration, transparency, and accountability. Asia’s water sector has a unique opportunity to leapfrog by embracing digital technology as a key enabler and accelerator for progress. The Water Agency initiated the Asia Water Portal as the digital gateway that connects local and international water professionals and enables them to discover, share, learn and collaborate.
The Asia Water Portal is accessible 24/7, supporting desktop and mobile devices. The platform has a public site as well as a secure member-only community. The Asia Water Portal is supported by various features allowing its members to share information effectively, build connections, coordinate agendas, plan events, access market intelligence, look up projects, consult directories (e.g., who’s who), and other things.
Asia Water Portal has three main objectives, which are:
- To connect local and international water professionals
- To provide a platform for sharing, learning and collaborating on water sustainability
- To inform its member about opportunities and projects around Asia
With the support of NUFFIC Orange Knowledge(TMT++) Program, The Water Agency collaborated with the VU Amsterdam University to provide the...
Based on the intention of further expanding Building with Nature (BwN in Asia, Yayasan Lahan Basah (YLBA) or Wetlands International...
With the support of NUFFIC Orange Knowledge (TMT) Program, The Water Agency collaborated with the VU Amsterdam University to provide...
On 16th of January 2020, a workshop namely VALUING WATER – A STRATEGIC DIALOGUE ON THE VALUE OF WATER was...
Capacity Building is a key activity for the Netherlands in partnership with Myanmar. The Water Agency organised and coordinated a...
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
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With the collaboration of Myanmar Water Partnership (MMWP), Irrigation and Water Utilization Management Development (IWUMD), Global Water Partnership and The Water Agency, the virtual webinar
The objectives of the webinar are to strengthen the knowledge and awareness of flood management from various perspectives to the participants and to establish a
Mekong Delta Platform for community-level climate adaptation Bottom-up approach to water, energy & agriculture innovation The Mekong Delta is classified as one of the world’s
As official knowledge and media partner, The Water Agency joined hundreds of water professionals from across the world in Ho Chi Minh City for the