Third World Centre for Water Management



International Journal of Water Resources Development

The mission of the International Journal of Water Resources Development is to improve the access and use of water globally by publishing the latest developments in planning, policy-making and management from all over the word. The journal is read by academia, industry, policy-makers and legal teams globally because of high-quality papers published that can contribute to solving real world water problems.

Authors are encouraged to submit papers which are policy and application oriented that explore:

  • Technical, economic, financial, social, environmental, legal and institutional aspects of water;
  • interdependences and inter-linkages between the water and the agricultural, energy, industry, health, environment and other sectors;
  • specific case studies of water resources management and policy-making in developed and developing countries, past, present and future.

Read our Instructions for Authors for simple instructions on how to submit your manuscript, and when you are ready, you can submit through our online submission system.

Abstracts of the Journal can be seen below.

  • 12 of 13 Pages

Volume 10, Issue 1

March 1, 1994

Normal Issue

Volume 9, Issue 4

December 1, 1993

Normal Issue

Volume 9, Issue 3

September 1, 1993

Normal Issue

Volume 9, Issue 2

June 1, 1993

Special Issue: Environment and Water Development: Some Critical Issues

Volume 9, Issue 1

March 1, 1993

Normal Issue

Volume 8, Issue 4

December 1, 1992

Normal Issue

Volume 8, Issue 3

September 1, 1992

Special Issue: Infomation System for Water Management

Volume 8, Issue 2

June 1, 1992

Special Issue: Planning for Groundwater Development in Arid and Semi-arid Regions

Volume 8, Issue 1

March 1, 1992

Normal Issue

Volume 36, Issue 1

January 2020 Article Water operators’ partnerships and their supporting role in the improvement of urban water supply in Da Nang Lucía Wright-Contrerasa, Julie Perkinsb, Maria Pascualb and Gerard Soppec aURBANgrad, Technical University of Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany; bGlobal Water Operators’ Partnership Alliance / UN-Habitat, Barcelona, Spain; cFormer Resident Project Manager of Vitens Evides International for the […]

  • 12 of 13 Pages