2nd Asia International Water Week – AIWW
October 14 - October 17
The AIWW is a triennial water gathering for multi-stakeholders to seek tangible implementation for resolving Asian water problems. It is organized by the Asia Water Council in collaboration with the authorities of the host country. Regional water problems that were discussed for three years prior to the AIWW based on the preparatory process will be raised as the primary issues from Asian water community and will be disseminated to the global water community with action plans to solve them and timelines for them by the relevant committee at the AIWW. The tangible plans to implement solutions by each committee will be particularly highlighted by organizing the sessions on the pertinent topics. Designing the future plans for collected action plans will be the core part of the gathering in the AIWW. Members and prospective members of the AWC including water related stakeholders and preeminent experts are gathered in the AIWW and share their insights and experiences to support and develop the activities of the AWC so that it consequently contribute to pave the way towards sustainable development in Asia. As the AIWW is held one year prior to the World Water Forum, opportunities to organize the major gathering for the preparatory process for the World Water Forum will be provided to the AWC members and the follow up actions will also be continued at the World Water Forum.
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