Penang, faced with the possibility of raw water shortage between 2025 and 2030, besides educating the public via water NGOs such as Water Watch Penang to reduce domestic water consumption, PBAPP is also exploring into strategies such as Perak Raw Water Transfer or even investment into desalination technology. Such strategy is vital to ensure sufficient water supply for the sustainable development initiatives of Penang.Continue reading
22nd March 2022: Official Launching Ceremony of ‘Negalitres For Schools’ Programme by the Honorable Chief Minister of Penang, YAB Tuan Chow Kon Yeow.
In conjunction of World Water Day Celebration, Water Watch Penang has successfully organised the official launching ceremony of ‘Negalitres For Schools’ Programme today at Auditorium A, KOMTAR, Penang.Continue reading
Malaysian Water Partnership in collaboration with Water Watch Penang, UNESCO IHP and supported by Global Environment Centre (GEC) and School of Humanities, USM, will be organising a 3-day course on Introduction to Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) on the following dates, time and venue.
Date: 13 to 15 June 2022
Time: Download the programme here
Venue: School of Humanities, Universiti Sains Malaysia (Main Campus)
Passionate in Water Conservation and Education? You have found the correct NGO! Water Watch Penang is the sole water-based NGO registered under the The Registry of Societies Malaysia. As a small NGO, we were founded in November 1997 as part of the Sustainable Penang Initiative under the auspices of the Socio-economic & Environmental Research Institute (SERI) of Penang.
Our Vision is ‘To Create a Water Saving Society in Malaysia‘ while
Our mission is “To educate and transform the public into water savvy and climate resilient society”
WWP is currently looking for a Project Officer to assist in the implementation of water education and water demand management projects based in Penang.