What is AWC?
What is AWC?
The Asia Water Council (AWC) is a leading water platform that aims to provide tangible solutions to resolve water issues in Asia and beyond, and support achieving sustainable development with clean and sufficient water.
AWC consists of 152 members from 24 countries, and actively cooperating with water-related organizations including governments, academic and research institutions, non-governmental organizations and civil society, as well as international organizations such as World Water Council, International Water Resources Association, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, and Asian Development Bank for implementing joint projects.
AWC was established to set Asia’s water issues at the top of global agendas and promote sustainable development by solving water problems under its mission
Set Asia Water Issues at the Top of Global Agendas
Solve Water Issues through Practical Water Projects
Develop the Foundation to be a Leader on Asia Water Issues
I Asia International Water Week (AIWW)
Asia International Water Week (AIWW) is a triennial water event to discuss Asia’s water issues, release the joint statement, seek potential water projects, exhibit cutting-edge water technologies, and build water network.
I Water Project
AWC implements demand-based water projects that provide technical and policy solutions for the identified water issues in collaboration with the AWC members, financial institutions, enterprises and academia.
I International Water Cooperation
AWC has been building cooperative networks with various international water-related organizations to promote sustainable development with water by raising awareness of water issues, implementing joint projects, and hosting global water events.