Knowledge. Experience. Expertise.
TUEWAS (Transport, Environment, Energy and Water in Asia) is GIZ internal platform for learning, sharing sector-specific knowledge and networking of likeminded professionals in the field of transport, environment, energy and water in Asia.
By joining TUEWAS, you will add value to your daily work --- whether it is project implementation, expanding your network, or the opportunity to work with external partners.
To promote greater collaboration with similar thematic relevance, TUEWAS is working closely with another network in the region, namely Sector Network Natural Resources and Rural Development Asia (SNRD Asia). With this, a joint secretariat has been set up and is located in Bangkok. Financed through projects and programmes which GIZ is conducting, TUEWAS operates following the mandate set out by
the German government.
By Maraida Licerio MAINTAL, Germany, 26-30 June Technical advisors of BMUB-BMZGIZ Proklima projects worldwide (which promote energy-efficient and ozone- and climate-friendly coolin...
Our SNRD Asia and TUEWAS Secretariat is now accepting applications for internship. Read on for more details.The internship is designed to provide the successful candidate with opportunity to work in Sector Network Natural Resources and Rural Development in ASIA (SNRD Asia) and Sector Net...
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GIZ, in partnership with the United Nations Institute for Training and Research is inviting urban and transport planners, decision makers from local governments, and interna...
Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
65760 Eschborn, Germany
What our members say
Member of Climate Change Mitigation WG and Project Advisor for Riskbased National Adaptation Plan Project"The regular virtual and face-to-face exchanges among the members allow each one of us to keep up-to-date on climate-related developments in different country contexts and to learn from other experiences and approaches."
Vice-Speaker of Renewable Energy WG and Deputy Director of the Indo- German Energy Programme"The group has been useful in sharing knowledge and best
practices across the region, i.e. existing studies and advisory approaches that have proven successful in project