Towards a new paradigm in water resources management

South Asia is home to more than 1/3rd of the world population, but in both policy and practice, has an ancient approach to its water resources. Crossing Boundaries works in India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal seeks to impart an integrated approach to water resources while laying emphasis on the local context. Since 2004, the project has been crossing boundaries in water education, injecting principles of sociology, development studies and macroeconomics into what was previously considered a pure civil engineering subject

As we roll into the last year of the project, we are busy with documenting and recording the cream of the last five years. We hope to preserve the best of our work and reaching as many people with it for many years to come. This web site will also reflect a lot of our Research and Publications.


SAWA Fellow wins Best Poster Award in Stockholm

Congratulations to Ms. Eva Manandhar

SAWA Fellows Training, 25th May to 4th June 2011, Peradeniya, Sri Lanka

Water Justice Meeting, 18th to 22nd April, Pune, India

India Water Forum (IWF), 13th to 15th April, 2011, New Delhi, India