WRDMAP Website in Chinese
WRDMAP Website in Chinese managed separately by Project
Ministry of Water Resources
Home page of MWR (in English)
GWP China (Global Water Partnership)
The global water partnership China technical advisory committee was established in November 2000. At present it is supported by the department of water resources of China institute of water resources and hydropower research (IWHR).
China - World Bank - AAA
The overarching objective of the AAA is to assist the Government of China to develop, adopt, and implement an integrated set of policy and institutional reforms needed to more effectively address China’s water scarcity a
Global Water Partnership
The Global Water Partnership is a working partnership among all those involved in water management: government agencies, public institutions, private companies, professional organizations, multilateral development agencies and others.
China Environment News
Regular monthly lists of interesting environmental articles related to China. Several each month related to the water sector. Articles are very brief however but sufficient to wet the appetite to follow up on relevant ones.
WELL China Water Sector Briefing Note Series
This is a set of thirteen Briefing Notes describing different aspects of IWRM and the more specific experiences of a recent project, namely the Water Sector Development Project (WSDP), that attempted to pilot different approaches to IWRM in four Chin
Yellow River Information
Useful information and background on water management on the Yellow River
Cap-Net (Capacity Building in IWRM)
Cap-Net is an international network for capacity building in IWRM. It is made up of a partnership of autonomous international, regional and national institutions and networks committed to capacity building in the water sector.
The Water Page
Useful general information on water management but with an Africa focus
WCA infoNET (FAO and IPTRID support)
The WCA infoNET information system is an Internet-based integrated information platform which merges high quality information resources and expertise allowing direct access to publications, documents, data, computer programs and discussion groups.
A UK Network for Water Conservation and Recycling : Has decent links to other sites
eldis : Development Gateway - Information Sources
Eldis is funded by Sida, NORAD, DFID and SDC, and is one of a family of knowledge services provided by the Institute of Development Studies, Sussex.
The site has a good "search" for technical publications on many subjects related to IWRM (plus m
WHO World Health Organisation
WHO and UNICEF data source. Includes good links and information to water quality and health issues. Also provides a good link to a DATABASE OF NATIONAL WATER LEGISLATION, a joint database with the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organisation)
Winrock Water is an initiative of Winrock International a non-profit organization that works with people around the world to increase economic opportunity, sustain natural resou The UNESCO Site has a large number of links to other water issue related websites. This link takes you to the UNESCO Link Page. An agreement was reached between DFID and China in 2003 that £50 million is granted to implement the China Watershed Management Project. This supports the World Bank financed Loess Plateau Watershed Rehabilitation Project.
Murray Daling Basin Initiative
The Murray-Darling Basin Initiative is the partnership between the governments and the community which has been established to give effect to the 1992 Murray-Darling Basin Agreement. The purpose of the Agreement (Clause 1) is ’to promote and co
Water Management : Queensland Australia - typical
Queensland’s changing climate and booming economy are putting unprecedented pressure on our water supplies. Read more about the following government initiatives to ensure a secure and sustainable supply.
UNESCO Water Site
The website has other water management related information produced under UNES
China Watershed Management Project (DFID)
The UNESCO Site has a large number of links to other water issue related websites. This link takes you to the UNESCO Link Page.
An agreement was reached between DFID and China in 2003 that £50 million is granted to implement the China Watershed Management Project. This supports the World Bank financed Loess Plateau Watershed Rehabilitation Project.