Training Programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting, 7-11 October, 2005 | Centre for Science and Environment

Training Programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting, 7-11 October, 2005

List of participants

Vandita Mudgal

Punjab State Council for Science & Technology,

Chittaranjan Haldar
The Association of Engineers

Asoke Kumar Aich
The Association of Engineers

Mustafa Taher Ali Saasa
Managing Director
Sell Force International

Pawan K. Singh

Ravindra Singh
Sr Service Engineer 
Pentair Water
New Delhi

Dr Anand K Rai
Develeopment Alternatives

Gurharminder Singh
Punjab State Council for Science & Technology

Mritunjay Chaubey
Manager - Technical Support
Pentair Water
New Delhi


Bhuvan Verma
Noida, U.P,,

Fayyaz Contractor

Abdulraheem Yousef Al-Hadidi

Saleh Al-Dubby
The National water resources authority

Raja Kumar Kalakotla
Motherteres Amelioration Service Society MASS
Warangal, AP

Liane Greeff
Programme Manager 
Water Justice - Africa Environmental Monitoring Group
Cape Town, South Africa

Abdul-Ghani Abdulla Saif Ghaleb

D S Malhotra
Corporation Engineer O & M cell 

Amin Ahmed Mahiob Al Al-SabriYemen

Mohamed Sa'ad Harmal

Training Date: 
7-11 October, 2005


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