WACREP Phase I started in September/October 2013 and concluded  in December 2014. After the successful completion of Phase I,  Phase II has been rolledout in January 2015 which is continuing till today. More than 40 interventions including four regional interventions have been executed under Phase I, while 20 interventions implementing in Phase II (2015-2016).

Regional partners such as United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Asia Pacific Adaptation Network (APAN), South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation Disaster Management Centre (SAARC DMC) and South Asia Co-operative Environment Programme (SACEP) joined hand with GWP SAS and Country Water Partnerships (CWPs) in implementing the regional activities in 2014. They provided technical and financial assistance to implement the activities and represented their organisations at the workshops/meetings.  

In 2016, WACREP carrying out 19 activities while some are extended activities from 2015 which will be completed in 2016. Nearly 27 national organisations partnering with the CWPs for activtiy implementation.  

  • Bangladesh: Institute of Water Modelling (IWM), Center for Environmental and Geographic Information Services (CEGIS) and MF
  • Bhutan: Department of Agriculture, Ministry of Environment
  • India: gomuk, DHAN Foundation, Water and Power Consultancy Services (WAPCOS) Limited, Development Alternatives, Institute of Development Studies (IDI), Action for Food Production (AFPRO), Centre for Environment and Development Studies (CEDS), TARU LEADUNG EDGE, with The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) and Centre for Environment and Development Studies, Jaipur (CEDSJ)
  • Nepal – respective government agencies,
  • Pakistan – International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Eco-Conservative Initiatives (ECI), Area Water Partnerships
  • Sri Lanka – Irrigation Management Division (IMD), Government Ministries, Irrigation Depertment (ID), Open University of Sri Lanka (OUSL), National Water Supply and Drainange Board (NWSDB), Universities of Rajarata, Ruhuna and Peradeniya,

The knowledge products devloped include; educational videos, casestudies, newslines, guidelines and training mannuals etc. Journalits were trained on Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) through workshops and trainings.