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Building Partnerships for Water Security
  • Building Partnerships for Water Security
  • . January 2015
  • This annual report delivers key insights about the 2030 Water Resources Group (WRG) partner countries progress in the year 2013. It identifies focus areas where projects and programs will soon take shape to ensure a sustained change process. Through its work, the 2030 Water Resources Group is developing replicable models for public private- civil society engagement on water sustainability.
  • Main themes: Communication, Environment, Financing, Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), Public-private partnerships (PPP), Sustainable development, Water demand, Water governance, Water security, Water supply

Demand in the Desert: Mongolia's Water-Energy-Mining Nexus
  • Demand in the Desert: Mongolia's Water-Energy-Mining Nexus
  • Asian Development Bank (ADB). August 2014
  • This report examines the relationship between water and energy in Mongolia and the stress factors of urbanization and mining, in particular. The water¿energy nexus is examined at a national level and in two basins that are essential to Mongolia's immediate socioeconomic development and long-term prosperity: The Tuul River Basin and the Galba-Uush Doloodin Gobi Basin.
  • Main themes: Deserts, Energy, Food security, Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), Mining, River Basin Management, Urban areas, Urbanization, Water availability, Water balance, Water management, Water security

Free Flow. Reaching Water Security through Cooperation
  • Free Flow. Reaching Water Security through Cooperation
  • United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). September 2013
  • Published in the framework of the International Year of Water Cooperation, this publication brings together a broad range of water professionals and stakeholders to share their knowledge and experiences in water cooperation. The different chapters reflect the progress and challenges encountered in the fields of water management and cooperation around the world.
  • Main themes: Adaptation, Agriculture, Capacity building, Climate change, Ecohydrology, Education, Financing, Floods, Groundwater, Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), Lakes, Legal aspects, Livelihoods, Participation, Poverty reduction, Sustainable development, Transboundary waters, Urban areas, Water cooperation, Water management, Water security, Wetlands

WaterWealth? Investing in Basin Management in Asia and the Pacific
  • WaterWealth? Investing in Basin Management in Asia and the Pacific
  • Asian Development Bank (ADB), International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN). March 2013
  • This publication highlights how people work together in Asia and the Pacific to secure water for all through innovative approaches in basins. Drawing on a cross-section of 43 case studies prepared specially for this publication, WaterWealth explains the challenges to improving water governance and management across Asia and the Pacific region. It illustrates many examples of new approaches and practices already being applied by basin managers to secure water for all.
  • Geographical coverage (region): Asia, Oceania, Pacific Islands
  • Main themes: Groundwater, Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), Legal aspects, River Basin Management, Rivers, Water governance, Water management, Water security, Watersheds, Wetlands

Irrigation in Southern and Eastern Asia in figures. AQUASTAT Survey - 2011
  • Irrigation in Southern and Eastern Asia in figures. AQUASTAT Survey - 2011
  • Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). August 2012
  • This AQUASTAT report presents the most recent information available on water resources and their use in the 22 countries of the Southern and Eastern Asia region, and analyses the changes that have occurred since the first AQUASTAT survey in 1999. It gives a more detailed description of four transboundary river basins in the region, highlighting the different levels of cooperation and the agreements between countries located in the same river basin: the Ganges¿Brahmaputra¿Meghna basin, the Indus basin, the Mekong basin and the Salween basin.
  • Geographical coverage (region): Asia
  • Main themes: Agriculture, Dams, Disease, Environment, Food security, Health, Information and data, Infrastructure, Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), Irrigation, Legal aspects, Millennium Development Goals (MDG), State of water resources, Transboundary waters, Water demand, Water management, Water policy, Water quality, Watersheds

Water Operator's Partnerships in Asia. Case Study III: Water Supply and sewerage authority of Ulaanbaatar and Vitens Evides International Utrecht
  • Water Operator's Partnerships in Asia. Case Study III: Water Supply and sewerage authority of Ulaanbaatar and Vitens Evides International Utrecht
  • Global Water Operators' Partnerships Alliance (GWOPA), United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat). March 2012
  • This document presents the co-operation arrangement between The Water Supply and Sewerage Authority of Ulaanbaatar City and Vitens-Evides in the framework of the Global Water Operators' Partnerships Alliance. The aim of the water operators' partnership was to help the Ulaanbaatar water authority become a financially sustainable and autonomous water services utility. The report looks at how the partnership was set up, implemented and monitored; the changes and improvements it brought about in the partner utility; and its impact - both achieved and anticipated ...[Read full description]
  • Geographical coverage (region): Asia
  • Main themes: Public-private partnerships (PPP), Utility services, Water operators, Water supply, Water treatment

Water in Asian Cities - Utilities Performance and Civil Society Views
  • Water in Asian Cities - Utilities Performance and Civil Society Views
  • Asian Development Bank (ADB). January 2004
  • This document provides a study on the performance of water supply and sanitation utilities in eighteen Asian cities and explores how civil society perceives its role in improving water services in the cities. The presented data comprise essential benchmarking indicators on service level, service quality, operational efficiency, and financial management. Also included are broader performance dimensions including water resources management, policy and regulation, private sector participation, small-scale service providers, wastewater and sanitation, and urban f...[Read full description]
  • Geographical coverage (region): Asia
  • Main themes: Consumer satisfaction, Perceptions, Sanitation, Tariffs, Urban areas, Utility services, Wastewater, Water operators, Water supply

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Published in 2015