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The Asia Pacific Water Safety Plan Network was launched on 05 July at the Singapore International Water Week 2011. Co-organized by the World Health Organization and the International Water Association and supported by the PUB Singapore, the launch event saw the gathering of water professionals from government, water service providers, water associations, donors and non-government organizations to celebrate a critical milestone in the region's efforts to accelerate the provision of safe drinking water to the population.  

The Asia-Pacific Water Safety Plan Network is a group of stakeholders that promotes the widespread implementation of drinking-water safety plans in the region.

This website aims to be the portal for the Network to offer updated and critical information on water safety plans in the Asia-Pacific region

  • Water Safety Plans in the region : Provides insights to the development and implementation of WSP in
    the region
  • News and events : Informs on what has happened or what is happening in the region
  • 11 modules of a Water Safety Plan can be read on the homepage
  • Toolbox: Providing access to tools and case studies (both Global products as well as regional
    specific). You can also share your case studies with others by uploading it into the toolbox. (Please
    note that the full text can be viewed only if you are logged in as a Network participant.)
  • Networking: raise awareness on who in the region is involved in WSP development and implementation.  
  • Online advisory service: Provides an online system for remote advisory service, in which you can
    enter queries on WSP development or implementation for other Network participants to respond
    to.

This and more of the Network's services can be found by browsing the website's menu options.


 

       
   
         

                                                              

 

 

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