It is in this spirit of sharing knowledge to address common challenges that the APWFs KnowledgeHubs initiative was launched in 2008. To-date, there are 13 knowledge hubs in the Asia-Pacific Region, including two located in Singapore. Each hub is committed to improving water security in the region by promoting knowledge sharing and championing feasible solutions in its specialist domain. They cover a diverse range of water concerns, from Sri Lanka’s International Water Management Institute which focuses on irrigation management, to Malaysia’s National Hydraulic Research Institute on climate change adaptation, to Singapore’s Waterhub on urban water management.

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