Flood and Drought Management Tools

Key Stakeholders

Chao Phraya Basin


The Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute (HAII) operates under the umbrella of the Ministry of Science and Technology with the responsibility of developing and applying science and technology to support better agricultural and water resource management practices.


Metropolitan Waterworks Authority (MWA) is the water supply authority providing reliable and safe drinking water to Bangkok.


Provincial Waterworks Authority (PWA) is the water supply authority providing reliable and safe drinking water to provinces outside of Bangkok.

Lake Victoria Basin

The Lake Victoria Basin Commission (LVBC) was established by the East African Community in 2001 to coordinate interventions in and around the lake and its basin. LVBC serves as a centre for promotion of investments and information sharing among the various stakeholders.

Kisumu Water and Sewerage Company (KIWASCO) is a subsidiary company of the Municipal Council of Kisumu with the objective of providing water and sewerage services which generates sufficient revenue to sustain operations.

National Water & Sewerage Corporation (NWSC - Jinja) is a public utility company owned by the Government of Uganda, providing water and sanitation services in urban areas.

Mwanza Urban Water Supply & Sanitation Authority (MWUAWASA) is an autonomous - government owned - operating authority providing reliable and safe drinking water to Mwanza City, and disposal of wastewater.

Volta Basin

The Volta Basin Authority (VBA) is a transboundary basin management organisation promoting Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), authorising the development of infrastructure and projects that contribute to poverty alleviation and sustainable development.

The National Office for Water and Sanitation (ONEA) is the state company responsible for drinking water and sanitation services.

Ghana Water Company Limited (GW) is a state-owned limited liability company responsible for planning and development of water supply systems in urban communities.

The project engages with several other stakeholders (e.g. electricity companies, irrigation and environmental agencies and catchment organisation), to consider their needs in the development of the methodology and tools.

Stakeholders consulted throughout the project can be found in the Inception Report and subsequent training reports