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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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City-Wide Inclusive Sanitation Services Assessment and Planning (CWIS SAP) Tool

by Athena Infonomics, in collaboration with Eastern and Southern Africa Water and Sanitation Regulators Association and Aguaconsult


The CWIS SAP tool helps decision-makers compare the outcomes of different sanitation interventions or investments. The tool analyzes and illustrates how each proposed intervention is likely to affect the equity, financial sustainability and safety of sanitation services in an urban area. The CWIS SAP tool is designed in collaboration with regulators and service providers to assist in evaluating a variety of options and prioritizing those that cost-effectively and equitably expand access to safely managed sanitation

Clay-ripening Pilot Project


Investigate by which innovative methods, soft sediment can be converted in a profitable manner into usable clay, so that an economic base can be laid under the desired mud extraction on the Eems Dollard estuary.

Climate Action and Support Transparency Training Adaptation Academy



The CASTT Adaptation Academy aims to enhance the ability of developing countries to conduct vulnerability and adaptation assessments, prepare and report, in timely manner, information resulting from such assessments and the implementation of national adaptation actions, including their Nationally Determined Contributions  for their national communications, biennial update reports, and biennial transparency reports under the measurement, reporting and verification (MRV) arrangements of the Convention and the Enhanced Transparency Framework (ETF) of the Paris Agreement.

Climate change and water security in the Indo-Pacific region: Risks, responses, and a framework for action

by Australian Water Partnership


Water insecurity has become a global challenge. Scattered evidence of climate change impacts on water security is emerging, and actions taken to manage climate risks are under-reported. This report suggests that management focus should be based on socioecological zones rather than political boundaries because climate risks vary according to these zones. The report presents a framework for action based on a risk management approach at the socioecological zone level.

Climate Resilient City Tool (CRCTool)

by Deltares


The Climate Resilient City Tool (CRCTool) is an interactive online tool and is easy to use by both experts and non-experts in the field of urban planning and adaptation.

Community Voices: An Australian Perspective on Community and Stakeholder Engagement

by Australian Water Partnership


The Australian Water Partnership commissioned Community Voices to provide an Australian perspective on the complexity and challenges of water reform from a community perspective. It represents an important contribution to the Australian water reform journey in addition to the technical and policy reform experiences. The stories of Community Voices in Australia bring to the fore a people and community dimension that is rarely shared but is an incredibly important component of water reform. The insights in relation to what has been successful or not are of value to those considering change processes.

Community-Based Sanitation - Lessons Learned from SANIMAS Programme in Indonesia

by Water Environment Partnership in Asia


The main objective of this policy brief is to review Indonesia’s experience in managing urban wastewater in the context of low sewer coverage, with a special focus on communitybased sanitation programmes, namely SANIMAS. Based on this experience, positive outcomes will be identified and shared among policymakers and water professionals of local and national governments, potential international donor agencies, as well as entities from other countries planning to mainstream community-based sanitation as a sustainable sanitation solution for the urban poor in other densely populated areas of Asia.

Community-Led Urban Environmental Sanitation Planning (CLUES)

by Eawag-Sandec, UN-Habitat, Water Supply & Sanitation Collaborative Council


The CLUES approach presents comprehensive guidelines for the planning and implementation of environmental sanitation infrastructure and services in disenfranchised urban and peri-urban communities. The planning approach builds on a framework which balances the needs of people with those of the environment to support human dignity and a healthy life. CLUES is a multi-sector and multi-actor approach accounting for water supply, sanitation, solid waste management and storm drainage. It emphasizes the participation of all stakeholders from an early stage in the planning process. CLUES contains 30 different tools to support the environmental sanitation planning processes at the local level.

Consultant Capacity Development (ConCaD)

by eawag


Consultant Capacity Development is an open-source training materials and a wide array of resources to build the capacities of private sector consulting firms and individual consultants in how to conceptualize, plan, design and supervise the implementation of citywide inclusive urban sanitation (CWIS) services.

Cultural heritage landscapes restoration


A landscape-based regional design approach for the preservation and development of resilient, biodiverse and climate adaptive cultural heritage landscapes