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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

Training

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.

Aqua Monitor

by Deltares

Tool

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

AquaCrop

by FAO

Tool

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.

AQUASTAT

by FAO

Tool

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. 

Aqueduct

by World Resources Institute

Tool

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)

Asian Water Development Outlook (AWDO) Dashboard

by ADB

Tool

AWDO is ADB's flagship water publication. The AWDO Dashboard is an interactive platfoemd for the visualization of five key dimensions to quantify water security in Asia and the Pacific. 

Asian Water Development Outlook Series

by ADB

Publication

AWDO is ADB's flagship water publication. This series provides a country-by-country snapshot of the region’s water security status, enabling policy makers, financing institutions, and planners to make more informed decisions on how to improve their performance in the water sector.

Australia Learning Week - Digital Technologies for Climate-Resilient Water Sector

by ADB, Australia Water Partnership and Grifith University

Training

This online course will build the capacity of ADB staff and ADB developing member country project teams in the knowledge and use of digital technologies to improve water management and inclusive participation in decision making, in turn contributing to water security and climate change resilience. Applications now open.

Avian Sensitivity Tool for Energy Planning (AVISTEP)

by BirdLife International

Tool

AVISTEP as an upstream sensitivity mapping tool focusing on birds which provides a low cost solution to speeding up delivery of renewable energy projects. AVISTEP quickly allows developers and governments to identify sites of high wind and solar resources but with low environmental sensitivity ideal for renewables development, as well as sites of high sensitivity that should be avoided. The result of using such a tool will mean projects can be developed more quickly, gain regulatory approval and have easier access to lender finance. Equipped with information obtained from this tool, those involved in planning renewable energy will be able to ensure that facilities are developed in the most appropriate locations.

City Service Delivery Assessment for Citywide Inclusive Sanitation - Tool and User Guide

by Inclusive sanitation in Practice, 2019

Tool

The City Service Delivery Assessment (CSDA) complements the Shit Flow Diagrams to assess why the situation is as it is. It provides a process for working with stakeholders to assess the enabling environment for citywide inclusive sanitation and to present the results in a simple and accessible way. The CSDA User Guide explains how the CSDA tool works and provides recommendations on how to use it with stakeholders.