Institutions involved in water and sanitation - governance
- UN Water
Over 30 UN organsations carry out water and sanitation programmes. UN-Water’s role is to coordinate the UN response to water related challenges.
- FAO Water
A subsite for the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation FAO.
- World Bank - Water
The World Bank is the world’s largest multilateral source of financing for water in developing countries.
- The World Water Council
The World Water Council is an international multi-stakeholder platform, bringing people together through active hydro-diplomacy, exploring new ideas and concepts and discussing issues while encouraging exchanges and networking. It organizes the World Water Forums.
- World Water Forum
This is a very big event, taking place every three years since 1997.
- World Water Week
Every year in August, the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) organizes the World Water Week. It links researchers with policy makers and fosters partnerships among different actors in the water sector. Next edition: 26 August – 31 August, 2018.
- UNICEF and WHO Joint Monitoring Programme
This is the custodian of global data on drinking water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH).
- Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO): Aquastat
AQUASTAT is FAO's global water information system, developed by the Land and Water Division. It is the most quoted source on global water statistics.
- World Bank - Open Data
Includes World Development Indicators, with water-related development statistics.
- United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD)
Has a section on environmental statistics.
International Water Law
- The International Water Law Project is a website dedicated international water law and policy issues. It covers treaties, case law and institutions, and is very resourceful on articles and news updates related to international water resources.