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They’re Back!! NRW Training for Tamil Nadu Water Engineers

WaterLinks continued to deliver on its commitment to provide introductory training to 180 water supply engineers from the state of Tamil Nadu in India. A fourth batch of 28 trainee officers from various municipalities in the State participated in a four-day program on Non-Revenue Water (NRW)  from 24-27 September 2019. Maynilad Water Services, Inc. served as principal faculty for the program.

WATERLINKS IN VIET NAM!! WOP for the Da Nang Water Supply and Sewerage Company

WaterLinks has commenced work on a water operator partnership between Da Nang Water Supply Joint Stock Company (DAWACO)  of Viet Nam and Manila Water Company Inc through its subsidiary, Manila Water Asia Pacific Pte Ltd (MWAP). A team comprising Mai Flor, Executive Director, and Yolanda Gomez, Program Specialist, visited Da Nang from 7-11 October 2019. MWAP was represented by Mr. Noriel Catipon and Mr. Cao Tran Kao.

NEW!! WaterLinks and Xylem conclude 3-day NRW Management Program in Jakarta

WaterLinks and Xylem partnered for the second time in 2019 to design and deliver an introductory program on NRW Management to senior staff from Indonesian water utilities.

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HISTORY - Established in 2008, WaterLinks is a fully independent, non-profit organization that facilitates Water Operator Partnerships (WOPs) in the Asia-Pacific region and catalyzes efficiency improvements to enhance and expand access to urban water and sanitation services.

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CORE ACTIVITIES -  The core premise of WaterLinks is to assist urban water and sanitation service providers in the Asia-Pacific region to better deliver safe water and basic sanitation services, especially to underserved communities.  << Read More>>

ANNUAL FORUM - is a two-day congregation of operators, utilities, policymakers, thought-leaders, tech providers, and stakeholders from the urban water, sanitation and wastewater sectors principally from across Asia and the Pacific. It is a venue for generating practical solutions, cultivating innovations, and inspiring synergies to address present and future challenges in Asia’s water operations – particularly challenges stemming from climate risks and uncertainties.   << Read More>>