IWCAN Personas

Introducing IWCAN’s Personas In May 2017, IWCAN Board Members began their second round of strategic planning, using a design thinking approach. Design thinking allowed for IWCAN to better think about the services and benefits that it can provide its members and the broader IWM community from a human-based perspective. Part of …

Kini Initiative

Knowledge transfer takes place when connections are made, exchange happens between individuals and within networks, and the knowledge is transformed into actions and initiatives. The kini (Malaysian for ‘current’) initiative provides opportunities for water practitioners, stakeholders and researchers throughout Australia and the Asia-Pacific to share experiences and expertise. The kini …

The Effect of OBA Subsidies Combined with Sanitation Marketing (SanMark) on Latrine Uptake Among Rural Populations in Cambodia

By: Hanh Nyugen – MIWM For the first time in my career, I was working with my colleagues at Thrive Networks/East Meets West on two posters and a presentation at the same time to contribute to the WASH2016 conference in Brisbane occurred on 16-20 May. The WASH2016 belongs to the …

WATR7800 LEARNING THROUGH YOUR OWN EXPERIENCE: A NEW APPROACH AND METHODOLOGY

Susana Neto, Jeff Camkin November 2015 Through a methodology framed around building a learning process that departs from the experience and expectations of the participants, the module Water and Agricultural Landscapes (WATR7800) is delivered yearly in Perth as part of the IWC International Master of Integrated Water Management. The main …

Conceptual diagrams or conceptual diagramming? Creating diagrams as a tool for stakeholder collaboration

Author / Researcher Anthony Kung Diagrams are things; diagramming is a process Many of us within the IWC are familiar with conceptual diagrams that are created at the Integration and Application Network (IAN). IAN is a science communication organisation within the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA. It …