Training Workshop on Environmental Documentation 15-18 December, 2003 | Centre for Science and Environment

Training Workshop on Environmental Documentation 15-18 December, 2003

List of  Participants

Wilma J. Roem
Information Specialist
The Netherlands
Deepa Menon
Office Secretary 
Heinrich Boll Foundation
New Delhi
Vidushi Agrawal
Bombay Environmental Action Group
Anand Mohan
IT- Assistant
Center of Mining Environment
Vandana Sabharwal
Project Officer
Breastfeeding Promotion Network of India
Merab Thampi
Research & Documenation Assistant
Andhra Pradesh, India
Joseph Sebastian
Editorial Research Assistant
Malayala Manorama
Kottayam, Kerala
Hari Kumar
Editorial Research Assistant
Malayala Manorama
Kottayam, Kerala

K. Goutham Reddy
Secreatary to CEO
Mahila Abhivruddhi Society
Poonam Tiwari
Receptionsist cum Secretary
Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH)
Lizette Cardenas
Executive Director
Makati City
Verele de Vreede
Information Officer
The Netherlands
Farrukh Riaz
Asstt. Librarian
Society for Promotion of Wastelands Development
New Delhi
Melissa Mahavar Snow
Librarian cum Receptionist
Action for Social Advancement (ASA)
Dahod, Gujarat
Anjali Alexander
Member, Governing Council Mobile Creches
New Delhi 
P.K Panda
Sr. Manager (Chemical)
Indian Rare Earths Limited
Chatrapur (Ganjam), Orissa
Rama K.R Gupta
Admin Officer
Partners in Change
New Delhi
Dharmishtha Chauhan
Research & Monitoring Associate
Aga Khan Rural Support Programme
R Murugan
National Folklore Support Centre
Ranga Rajan Das
Archival Assitant
National Folklore Support Centre
Asha Ogale
Incharge Documentation Centre
Anthra F
Gabriela Cardona 
Communications Coordinator
Sarar Transformacion sc.
Morelos, Mexico

Training Date: 
15-18 December, 2003


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