World Water Council
World Water Council

Founding Year: 1996

Staff: 30


Loïc Fauchon (President)

World Water Council
(1996; Marseille, France; 30 staff;

An international multi-stakeholder organization dedicated “to bring the international community together to convince decision-makers that water is a vital political priority for the sustainable and equitable development of the planet.”

Task Forces:



  • An online calendar of past and upcoming events
    • World Water Forum – Organized every three years in a host country, it “provides a unique platform where the water community and key decision-makers can collaborate and make long-term progress on global water challenges.”

Leadership: Loïc Fauchon (President)

World Water Council contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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