Today, the problem of climate change is addressed in many ways. The most important effect of climate change is the disruption of the water cycle. Therefore, the location and timing of the water resources in the world are changing. Water is an indispensable resource that connects all living things together and directly affects their lives. Water is not only a biological requirement for man, but also for economic, social, and cultural life itself. However, this resource, which is of vital importance, exists unfortunately in a limited amount on earth. This study aims to identify similar countries in terms of water resources by taking into account the changes in precipitation amounts together with climate change. For this purpose, a time series clustering analysis was conducted to precipitation amounts of 21 countries between 2009-2017 with the Hierarchical clustering and Partitioning Around Medoids (PAM) clustering methods. Countries are divided into two clusters and they were evaluated according to their water risk levels and populations. It should be noted that countries with low precipitation, high risk of water, and a high population should take urgent measures for climate change.