The SIWI partner network
It will take many great minds and helping hands, across disciplines and regions, to realize a water wise world for all. Both public and private water decision-makers and users play an important role in the identification and implementation of innovative, sustainable, water wise solutions.
We collaborate with a range of different organizations and sectors, in different ways, to work towards this vision.
SIWI is one of the world’s leading water institutes. We receive core funding from the Swedish International Cooperation Development Agency (Sida) to support work towards our shared goals to alleviate poverty, support economic growth in developing countries and reduce the impact of climate change globally.
World Water Week is funded by SIWI, registration fees, event fees and strategic partnerships.
SIWI works with governments, international organizations and the private sector to bridge policy with practice. While project scopes vary, they often consist of a combination of research, policy advice, project management, capacity building, and advocacy to support decision-makers and water-users with evidence-based, water wise information.
Strategic Partners, World Water Week in Stockholm.
Key Collaborating Partners
In addition to financial support, we rely on expertise and collaboration with non-governmental organizations. Our Key Collaborating Partners help us to extend our reach, enrich the discussions and encourage participation in World Water Week.
Founders (Stockholm Water Prize)
With the on-going support of a group of private organizations and associations who share our vision of a water wise world, SIWI recognizes global water achievements with the Stockholm Water Prize. Several founders also support the Stockholm Junior Water Prize and World Water Week.
SIWI also receives support from organizations that aspire to our vision for a water wise world. With their support, we will work together to realize this shared vision.
In order to build a water wise world, we also work with various media to share important information on water and development issues and extend the reach of World Water Week.
For information about becoming a media partner, please contact Communications Manager, Rowena Barber (firstname.lastname@example.org).