Become a GWP SAS Partner

Global Water Partnership South Asia (GWP SAS) has partners in Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

Any entity, except individuals, may become a partner of GWP SAS. Partners of GWP SAS include:

  • Government agencies
  • Public and private water management/water services agencies
  • Water user associations
  • Civic organisations
  • Professional associations
  • Statutory bodies and agencies
  • Funding organisations
  • Research/educational/training organisations
  • Youth organisations
  • Non-governmental Organisations (NGOs)
  • Community Based Organisations (CBOs)
  • Inter-governmental Organisations
  • Consultancy organisations
  • Other private and public sector organisations

There is no fee attached to applying to become a GWP SAS partner. 


As explained by Global Water Partnership, there are many benefits of becoming a partner

The network provides a partner with services such as:

  • Being part of a global and local level multi-stakeholder platform, with a voice and influence at national and international policy discussions
  • A channel through which to establish contact with other partners, including the right to participate at the annual Network Meeting (Consulting Partners meeting)
  • Guidance on identifying critical needs for the sustainable management of water resources as well as on possible ways of meeting them
  • An opportunity to match one partner’s needs with another partner’s resources
  • An opportunity to contribute to the development of the concept of integrated water resources management
  • Access to global information through GWP and various other partner newsletters, etc.