Third World Centre for Water Management

Founding Year: 1999

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Asit Biswas (Founder)

A knowledge-based and application oriented think tank that aims to “promote efficient water management and equitable water use” by considering the problems of today and the possible issues of the future. The centre is a “knowledge-based and application-oriented think tank,” which focuses on four specific areas: “knowledge generation, knowledge synthesis, knowledge application and knowledge dissemination.”

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Third World Centre for Water Management contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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