Serving as a communication channel between government agencies and private organizations by strengthening network with following international partner organizations.
Almost 370 governments and international organizations from about 60 countries around the world are working in WWC as members and board of directors.
As a follow-up of the 4th World Water Forum, APWF was established by the support of various organizations such as Japanese government, international organizations, and Multilateral Development Banks in the ministerial-level conference of adopting joint declaration.
Held cabinet and working-level meetings as an international cooperative network to accomplish sustainable development of Delta, SDG 6 (Water and Sanitation) by environmental preservation, and SDG 11 (sustainable city construction)
Holding joint seminars with the Netherlands Water Partnership and the France Water Partnership and Global Water Partnership; identifying exchange activities and joint projects through collaborative agreement.
Northern Water NetWork (NoWNET), Arab Countries Water Utility Association (ACWUA), International Water Association (IWA), Asia Water Council (AWC), Public Utilities Board, Global Institute for Water Environment and Health etc. attended by partnership contract.