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Applied research

The IWC leads whole-of-water cycle, transdisciplinary and collaborative research activities, which address current and emerging water issues to influence water management and policy, education and leadership. Our research is empirical, problem based and generates useful new knowledge.

Institutional capacity partnerships

IWC provides support to implementing organisations, such as Civil Society Organisations (CSO), national and local governments and funding organisations to enhance their institutional capacity to design and deliver integrated water management programs.

Partnerships are highly collaborative and designed to provide practically-focused expert input while building institutional capacity of the implementing organisation.

Knowledge sharing and events

IWC hosts a range of events to support knowledge sharing of best practices in water, sanitation and hygiene, including international conferences such as WASH 2011 and WASH 2014.

Education and training

IWC offers:


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