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GWP South Asia

The aim of Global Water Partnership South Asia (GWP SAS) is to support South Asian countries in the sustainable development and management of their water resources and to fully promote and apply an Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) approach at the community, national and regional levels.

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  • Events

    Interactive Workshop - South Asia Drought Monitoring System (SADMS)

    The Interactive workshop on the South Asia Drought Monitoring System (SADMS) held in Dhaka, Bangladesh on Monday, 20 April 2015. This intermediary workshop facilitated building user engagement in SADMS and presenting the progress of development of SADMS to the users while the product is being finalizing-expected for the end of this year.   

  • Recent Newslines

    Bajo Irrigation Channel Siphon Project-Bhutan

    The main objective of the Bajo Irrigation Channel Siphon Project is to improve irrigated agriculture of 52 households in Wangjokha and Thanggo villages under Thedtso Block, that are located at the tail end of Lingmutey-chu stream, which results adding another 87 acres of additional paddy lands under irrigation.

  • Activities

    India Water Week 2015

    Regional Day - a side event during India Water Week 2015; “From Risk to Resilience: South Asia Regional Framework for Sustainable Water Management” was held on the 15 January 2015 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. The discussions were on the South Asia regional experience, knowledge and case studies on efficient use of water to build more resilient societies to climate change and natural disasters.

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