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Explore the Water Resilience Hub’s curated tools and resources by target audience, thematic area, or material type.

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Accelerating Innovation and Digitalization in Asia and the Pacific

by IH2O Asia


Led by Imagine H2O Asia and the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the Accelerating Innovation and Digitalization in Asia and the Pacific (AID) program—encompassing training, solution matching and testing support, and knowledge sharing—aims to address these obstacles and create opportunities to improve water projects in ADB's developing member countries (DMCs) through innovation and digital transformation.

Active, Beautiful, Clean Waters: Design Guidelines

by PUB Singapore


Under the Active, Beautiful, Clean Waters (ABC Waters) Programme, an initiative by PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency, the country has embarked on a journey to a City of Gardens and Water. Since its inception in 2006, the ABC Waters Programme has led the way to transform how Singapore manages surface water. From functional drains to well designed waterways that serve multiple purposes, from traditional stormwater management to sustainable stormwater management that detains and treats runoff at source.


by Aerolion Technologies


Intelligent unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV or drone) solutions for confined space and underground wastewater tunnel inspection.



Carbon-negative, off-grid biological wastewater treatment solution that produces Euro Class-C water for re-use, soil-conditioner, and bio-methane

Alluvium - Environmental Flow Approach

by Alluvium Group


Finding the balance between environmental protection and development - an innovative approach to assessing environment flow requirements.

Aqua Monitor

by Deltares


Assess shoreline changes resulting from erosion/accretion based on satellite data


by FAO


AquaCrop is a crop growth model developed by FAO’s Land and Water Division to address food security and assess the effect of the environment and management on crop production.


by FAO


AQUASTAT is the FAO global information system on water resources and agricultural water management. It collects, analyses and provides free access to over 180 variables and indicators by country from 1960. 


by World Resources Institute


Main tool is the Aqueduct water risk atlas (covering the whole world). Based on that atlas analysis can be done on current and future water risks to agriculture and food security (Aqueduct Food) and coastal and riverine floods risks can be determined and the costs and benefits can be analyzed of investing in flood protection (Aqueduct Floods)

Asia-Netherlands Water Learning Week

by Netherlands Water Partnership


From 15 to 19 April 2024, the Asia-Netherlands Water Learning Week was held to bring together about 50 representatives from ADB and developing member countries to learn and share knowledge and experiences on nature-based solutions for water resilience.