The Lagos International Water Conference (LIWAC) an initiative of The Lagos State Water Commission since 2020 adjudged to be the largest gathering of water and sanitation stakeholders in the last three (3) years in Nigeria. It has therefore put Lagos on the global map of leading conversations targeted towards achieving SDG target 6 for clean water and sanitation through the exchange of transformational and innovative ideas towards finding lasting solutions to water supply and sanitation challenges, especially in a megacity such as Lagos.
To achieve a water and wastewater sector that ensures the delivery of efficient, affordable, and sustainable water supply and waste management services for present and future inhabitants of Lagos State.
To protect the long term interests of consumers with regards to price, quality and reliability of service in the water supply.
The idea of the conference is the outcome of a series of engagements and consultations by the leadership of LASWARCO with critical stakeholders on implementing government policies as they relate to water and sanitation, cutting across development partners, government, experts, NGOs, CLOs, and private sectors.