To mobilize action at the country and local levels, Clean Air Asia works with eight Country Networks. They are part of the Clean Air Asia Partnership and are organized as registered associations; as non-stock, non-profit entities; or as informal networks. Each is represented by a Clean Air Asia Country Network Coordinator. They meet at the annual Country Network Summit to share achievements, scope future work, and foster stronger collaboration.

Country Networks promote reductions in air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions from the transport, energy and other sectors by translating knowledge to policy and action in their respective countries. Country Networks also raise awareness, strengthen capacity for air quality management, assist in developing clean air policies, and implement pilot projects at the national and local levels.

The Ministry of Environment of Indonesia, Swisscontact Indonesia Foundation and KPBB initiated the Forum Udara Bersih Indonesia (FUBI) or the “Indonesia Clean Air Forum” to promote policy dialogue among stakeholders for the formulation of Environmentally Sustainable Transport (EST) strategies and policies. The first official FUBI meeting was held at the Four Seasons Hotel, Jakarta on November 2009 with support from the Sustainable Urban Mobility in Asia (SUMA) Program.

Clean Air Network Nepal (CANN) was formed in 2004 and is hosted by the Clean Energy Nepal (CEN). It aims to forge collaboration and networking among all the relevant stakeholders to tackle the air pollution problem in the country. CANN is an informal network of individuals, experts, national and international nongovernmental organizations, governmental organizations and private sector engaged in clean air activities.

Pakistan Clean Air Network (PCAN) was established in 2005 and is hosted by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Under an agreement with ADB in 2005, IUCN, a non-city member of Clean Air Asia, helped establish PCAN and serves as its secretariat.PCAN aims to address air quality issues in Pakistan and promote better air quality management (AQM) practices in urban centers.

The Clean Air Sri Lanka (CleanAirSL) was established in 2004 as a non-stock, non-profit organization to work on combating air pollution. It operates as a partnership of a group of professionals and environmentalists from government organizations, private sector, nongovernment organizations, academe, and development agencies.

The Vietnam Association for Conservation of Natural Resources and Environment (VACNE) formed the Vietnam Clean Air Partnership (VCAP) in 2006 to mobilize individuals and organizations to participate in activities which improve air quality, protect public health and promote the country’s sustainable development.