Stockholm International Water Institute – SIWI

The Stockholm International Water Institute has a vision for the future: a world in which everyone recognises and respects the value of water, and where everyone’s basic water needs are met, everywhere in the world, in a sustainable fashion.

UNESCO International Hydrological Programme, IHP

The International Hydrological Programme of UNESCO was established by the UN in 1975. Through continuous development, the initial international hydrological research programme has today become an organisation assisting water education and capacity development and supporting water resource management and water governance.

International Association of Hydrological Sciences – IAHS

The predecessor of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences, the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) was founded in 1922. Over its almost 100 years of existence, the organisation has conducted a scientific investigation of the issues associated with water resources, floods, droughts, water pollution and erosion, using the toolkit of science and technology to deal with the increasingly severe challenges associated with water.

International Water Resources Association – IWRA

The International Water Resources Association is a global scholarly community connecting experts in all disciplines associated with water management. The non-profit non-governmental organisation defines education as its primary task, and it has been working for 45 years. It offers a global knowledge-based platform for connecting individual scientific disciplines, experts, NGOs, businesses, decision-makers, students and private individuals, so as to allow them to work together on solutions that will make the use of the Earth’s water resources sustainable and economical.

International Water Management Institute – IWMI

The International Water Management Institute (IWMI)is a non-profit, scientific research organization focusing on the sustainable use of water and land resources in developing countries. IWMI works in close partnership with governments, civil society and the private sector to develop that have a real and measurable impact on poverty reduction, food security and the health of the global ecosystem.

International Water Association

The mission of the International Water Association (IWA) is to act as a professional knowledge base and a global compass for the members of the Association committed to water issues, professional communities, opinion leaders and external organisations on issues ranging from sustainable urban water management to the development of water supply systems.


International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research, IAHR

Since its foundation in 1935, the International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research has been an independent organisation of the world’s engineers and other experts active in the water management field. The Association has a wide range of activities in a wide range of fields, from the hydraulics of catchment areas through the development of water resources and hydro-informatics to ice engineering programmes.

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