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TRANSMITTING JAPANESE KNOWHOW TO THE WORLD

 
JWF makes efforts to diffuse Japan's accumulated water-related knowhow and technologies to the world at various international exhibitions and conferences.
 
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Worldwide

4-6 Mar 2013 Photo Display: Water and Disasters

26 Aug 2012 NoWNET Information Platform at 2012 World Water Week in Stochholm

8 Aug 2012  Japan Business Forum at Singapore International Water Week 2012

5-7 Jul 2011  Singapore International Water Week 2011

20-26 Sep 2010  JWF Week at the Shanghai EXPO

28 Jun – 2 Jul 2010  Singapore International Water Week 2010

22–26 Jun 2009  Singapore International Water Week 2009

16-22 Mar 2009  Water Expo at the 5th World Water Forum (Japanese contents)

10-13 Nov 2008  Water Expo China 2008 (Japanese contents)

23-27 Jun 2008  Singapore International Water Week 2008 (Japanese contents)

10-14 Sep 2006   The 5th IWA World Water Congress and Exhibition, Beijing (Japanese contents)

16-21 Mar 2006  Water Expo at the 4th World Water Forum (Japanese contents)

 

Japan

23 Oct 2013  The 1st "Toilet Changes the World" Project Seminar on Sanitation "Changing the World through Toilet Innovation"

20 Sep 2013  "Toilet Changes the World" Project (tentative name)

14-16 Nov 2012  Innovation in Water Management, Green Innovation EXPO 2012

16-18 Nov 2011   INCHEM TOKYO 2011 (Japanese contents)

24 May 2010  Flood Fighting Tour 2010 (Japanese contents)

25 Feb 2010  Technical Visit during the Japan-Denmark Workshop on Climate Change and Water (Japanese contents)

17-19 Feb 2010  NEDO Water Solution, InterAqua2010

25 Jan 2010  Technical Visit during the Follow-up Conference of the International Year of Sanitation (Japanese contents)

16 May 2009  Flood Fighting Tour 2009

17 May 2008  Flood Fighting Tour 2008

19 May 2007  Flood Fighting Tour 2007

20 May 2006  Flood Fighting Tour 2006

BOP Water Business


Joint Report by World Resources Institute(WRI) and International Finance Corporation(IFC)
The Next 4 Billion defines that annual income under US$3,000 per household is a class of BOP. It is said that Approximately 4 billion people (about 72 per cent of the total world population) belong to the class of BOP. Japan Water Forum focuses on addressing water and sanitation problems which people defined in this category are facing, and is actively joining public awareness campaigns to tackle these problems in a sustainable business approach.


     

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