Funded by the Australian government and Griffith University (Australia), WaterSprint is contributing in the project for the design and delivery of a training programme – Water Governance in a Federated System (Australia and Pakistan). The overall objective of the programme is for Pakistani water managers to learn about how water is managed optimally in the Australian federated system. The focus will be to introduce integrated water resource management as a concept that covers domestic, inter-provincial, rural-urban, inter-seasonal and cropping competition. Cross-cutting themes across gender, social inclusion and climate change will be incorporated into the project. Participants will consider the impact of water resource management agreements, policies and practices and their impact on the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. This programme includes: needs analysis, facilitation of online learning, delivery of webinars and training workshops, return-to-workplan development support and consultations.