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Dutch Water Authorities can offer expertise in regional water management and water governance.
Dutch Water Authorities
Dutch Water Authorities comprises of 21 regional water authorities in the Netherlands and their association (Unie van Waterschappen), which promotes their interests at national and international levels.
Regional water authorities are decentralised public authorities, responsible for flood protection, regional water management and treatment of urban wastewater in the Netherlands.
Dutch Water Authorities is your point of contact for expertise in regional water management. It can provide answers to a wide range of questions and requests about good governance, innovation and trade.
How can we help you?
Dutch Water Authorities can:
offer expertise in regional water management and water governance through joint projects, expert capacity, field visits and presentations
deal with specific requests for international cooperation in one of our focal countries: Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Colombia, Egypt, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Mozambique, Nicaragua, Romania, Vietnam and South Africa
respond to requests for international cooperation from Dutch businesses
provide assistance before, during and after water-related disasters