The UTS Institute for Sustainable Futures (UTS-ISF) is leading three Water for Women research projects to address key gaps in evidence and guidance for practitioners and policy-makers, working in collaboration with local partners in Cambodia, Indonesia, Kiribati, Vanuatu and Vietnam.


The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) is renowned for its research, postgraduate studies and continuing education in public and global health.

LSHTM is leading one Water for Women research project, working in collaboration with local partners in Bangladesh.

International Water Management Institute

The International Water Management Instutute (IWMI) is a research-for-development (R4D) organisation with offices in 13 countries and a global network of scientists operating in more than 30 countries. For more than three decades, our research results have led to changes in water management that have contributed to social and economic development.

IWMI’s Vision is ‘a water-secure world.’ IWMI targets water and land management challenges faced by poor communities in developing countries, and through this contributes towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of reducing poverty and hunger and maintaining a sustainable environment.

IWMI is leading one Water for Women research project, working in collaboration with local partners in Nepal.


IWC Logo
Griffith University logo

Based in Brisbane, Australia, IWC was founded with the vision of harnessing the diverse expertise of the world’s leading water professionals, to educate and empower individuals, communities and organisations, to change the way people think about and address complex water management issues. IWC  recently merged with Griffith University and is leading two Water for Women research projects, working collaboratively with local partners in Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.


In the extension period (2023-24), Water for Women is partnering with four research organisations to deliver seven research projects spanning 10 countries in the Asia-Pacific region.

From 2018-2022, Water for Women partnered with five research organisations for the implementation of 13 research projects across the region in this initial phase of the Fund. 


Contact Us