CRC Water Sensitive Cities Conference 

​From Tuesday 26 to Thursday 28 the CRC Conference on Water Sensitive Cities is held in Brisbane. This is the 4th edition of the conference, focusing on the role of water in creating liveable, resilient and sustainable cities. Australian and Int...

Vacancy - Water Portal Reporters (Myanmar, Indonesia & Vietnam)

JOIN OUR ASIA WATER PORTALS AS WRITER, BLOGGER OR VLOGGER! For the Water Portals in Indonesia, Myanmar and Vietnam, we are looking for freelance writers, bloggers and vloggers who like to create regular items on water affairs in these count...

WaterPhilippines 2019

Meet and connect with over 8,500 quality visitors including water and wastewater industry's professionals, trade buyers, distributors, government representatives, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), thought leaders and visionaries for building new p...

Eco Smart Ports (Indonesia 2019)

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...

International Water Week Vietnam

The key target audience for the exhibition is VACI delegates, water professionals from across the full water cycle from over 50 countries worldwide. The organizers expect over 5,000 delegates from the sector. In addition to VACI delegates, the exhibi...

Retreat from flood impacts - where does it fit in the mix of options?

In Queensland, the township of Grantham was relocated from the floodplain to higher ground post the extreme 2011 floods. Where is that thinking or option in the current realm of options? There is a contiumn of solutions in the defend-adapt-reteat fra...

48 Hours Myanmar World Water Day 2019 #LeavingNoOneBehind

Over 300 water-minded people travelled to the capital of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar to celebrate Myanmar's World Water Day (5-6 March). It is a mean of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable ma...

Working towards a Resilient Yangon, uncovering the water needs and challenges in Thaketa township

Since October 2018 a coalition of Dutch water organisations is working together in the 'Urban Water Logistics for a Greater Yangon' (UWLY) program to support the Yangon Regional Government in Urban Water and Water Logistics Challenges. The UWLY progr...

How to develop the Port of the Future - inspirational lecture by Prof. Tiedo Vellinga

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...

Ports of the Future Serious Game in Yangon

After the launch on the 31st of October 2018 of the Urban Water Logistics for a Greater Yangon program, its time to come together for some action and excitement. Over the last 4 months there have been many engagements around the Scoping Study for Wat...

Ports of the Future - lecture by Prof. Tiedo Vellinga

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 is organizing an expert lectu...

Career Ambitions and Water Modelling - Workshop & Mentoring

​Time ​​27 February 2019 ​Location Brisbane ​Target Audience​​Undergraduate students During this event participants have the opportunity to learn, and share, how the various roles in water modelling and water use can align with a professional career ...

Unique Engagements at ASEAN Port Seminar in Nay Pyi Taw

This year the Myanma Port Authority (MPA) hosted the ASEAN Ports Association (APA) Port Seminar on Exchange of Information for Port Development. The seminar in Nay Pyi Taw (14-15 February) was very well attended by around 70 ASEAN port experts f...

A Water Wise City - Community of Practices Workshop

To understand the water management efforts planned for 2019, this Community of Practice (CoP) workshop explored prospective water management activity in the Yangon and its region through the collaborative opportunities between various water professio...

Coasts & Ports (Indonesia 2013-2014)

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...