A customised training program to enhance water leadership skills in consulting staff.
Twenty Indonesian water professionals visited Australia for a three week training program in August under the Australian Leadership Awards Fellowships program.
IWC hosted 16 Fellows from ANA, the National Water Authority of Peru, for a month-long training program under the Australian Leadership Awards Fellowships.
International WaterCentre hosted ten fellows from Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Laos, Indonesia (5) and Philippines for two weeks.
In 2012 IWC hosted 19 professionals from the Ministry of Water Resources, China, who deepened their skills in integrated water resource management and leadership during a professional development program.
The International WaterCentre, the International WaterForum and Ipswich City Council hosted the Bremer River Forum. The Forum facilitated a wide range of discussions required for the sources of the problem to be understood, and all stakeholders concerned to have the opportunity to participate in the development and delivery of solutions to restore the river to health.
IWC, on behalf of the Department of Environment and Natural Resource Management, facilitated stakeholder workshops and processes to identify the most appropriate management arrangements to support the implementation of the South East Queensland (SEQ) Natural Resource Management Plan.
The Asian Water Development Outlook 2013 was developed in collaboration between a small number of Asia Pacific Water Forum Regional Knowledge Hubs, including the Knowledge Hub for Healthy Rivers and Aquatic Ecosystems, hosted by the International WaterCentre.
The CRC for Water Sensitive Cities brings together the inter-disciplinary research expertise and thought-leadership to undertake research to revolutionise water management in Australia and overseas.
Three day training workshop for water managers from across Indonesia to build capacity to implement IWRM.
KnowledgeHubs is the Asia-Pacific Water Forum’s network of regional water centres of excellence. The centres share information and champion solutions to improve water security in the Asia-Pacific region.
Integrated water management: Capacity building program for Libyan Environment General Authority (EGA)
Libya may only have 50 years of groundwater left before it runs dry. A team of IWC teaching staff visited Tripoli to run an eight day workshop for senior staff of the Libyan EGA to explore solutions to this issue.
Dr Peter Gleick, Hydrologist, Climatologist, Engineer and President of the Pacific Institute for Development, Environment, and Security in California gave an insightful speech on what the global water situation might be by 2115.
Institutional support for education and training in water and sanitation, public sector linkages program
The project aims to strengthen the capacity of Timorese higher education institutions, staff and students in engineering, especially within the water and sanitation fields.
IWC delivered a four-day training course in Brisbane for 18 participants with a science communication toolbox for effectively communicating their scientific data.
Water is a fundamental environmental, economic and social need. The water wealth index provides a scientifically-based, defendable process of aid prioritisation as decision support for allocation of water-related aid.
The International WaterCentre was commissioned by the Network of Asian River Basin Organizations (NARBO) to deliver a training workshop based on the Vu Gia -Thu Bon river basin in Viet Nam during February 2009.
The program creates platforms for future leaders from diverse backgrounds to exchange experiences, build networks and gather knowledge through a practice-oriented approach to be sustainable future leaders.
International WaterCentre's CEO, Mark Pascoe, worked with World Vision Australia, WaterAid and the AusAID Water Group to deliver workshops raising awareness on AusAID’s Safe Water Guide in June 2006.
The Australian Water Research Facility (AWRF) was a research partnership between AusAID and IWC for water and development issues in the Asia Pacific region.
Institutional Strengthening for the Adoption of Integrated Water Resources Management - Australian Leadership Awards Fellowship 2007
International WaterCentre and QUT developed a training program "Institutional Strengthening for the Adoption of Integrated Water Resources Management" in integrated water resource management for the National Water Resources Board (NWRB) of the Philippines.
The Queensland Water Commission contracted the IWC to facilitate an Expert Advisory Panel for the purified recycled water scheme in South East Queensland, the third largest of its type in the world.