South Asia URWH Trainning Programme, Colombo, December 6 - 7, 2011 | Centre for Science and Environment


South Asia URWH Trainning Programme, Colombo, December 6 - 7, 2011

 
     
List of participants    
     

D Samali Somasiri
Civil Engineer
Colombo Municipal Corporation
dsmali@yahoo.com

R.A.Wijayapriya
Engineer, Water Supply and Sewerage
Engineering Organisation (Western Province)
wijayapriya@yahoo.co.in

K.G.L.Silva
Technical Officer
Urban Council, Panadura

Sujeewa Rukmal Panditha
Technical Officer
Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Unit

B.N.Karunathilaka
Technical Officer
Municipal Council of Nuwara Eliya
karunathilakanihal@yahoo.com

K.Vishnukanthan
Technical Officer, N.C.T (Civil)
Urban Council, Wattale
gowrani@yahoo.com

I.D.Wathsala Karunarathne
Technical Officer, N.C.I.T (Civil)
Katunayaka – Seeduwa Urban Council
karunarathnew@yahoo.com

D.B.I.W Udayasingha Bandara
Technical Officer
UVA Provincial Council

U.M. Erandathi Kumari Uduwela
Technical Officer
Divisional Secretariat, Pasbage Korale
erandathi.u@gmail.com

Shahina M. Mysan
Engineer (Drainage-House connection)
Colombo Municipal Council
shahinamysan@yahoo.com

K.W.Jayawardhana
Technological Officer (Civil)
Colombo Municipal Council

K.W.Punchihewa
Technological Officer – Class I
Drainage Division, Colombo Municipal Council
kamalpunchihewa@yahoo.com

N.K.Gamini
Project Engineer
Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Unit
nkgamini@yahoo.com

K.A.H.A Kasthuriarachchi
Technical Officer
Divisional Secretariat
hiruma2002@yahoo.com
ds@thumpane.ds.gov.lk

 

 

R.K.W.K. Ranasinghe
Chief Engineer
National Water Supply and Drainage Board
kalum1974@hotmail.com

N.A.L.Amarasena
District Engineer, Ratnapura
National Water Supply and Drainage Board
l.amarasena@yahoo.com

H.R.S.N. Piyasena
Civil Engineer
National Water Supply and Drainage Board
sugathnp@gmail.com

Kamalnath Wickremasinghe
Senior Training Officer
National Water Supply and Drainage Board
wickremasinghekamal@yahoo.com

W.A.R.C.Weerasinghe
Engineer
National Water Supply and Drainage Board

A.M.Zaindeen
Civil Engineer
National Water Supply and Drainage Board

K.D.S.M.Janaranjanie
Civil Engineer
National Water Supply and Drainage Board
sawanthi_janaranjanie@yahoo.com

Rasika Iwdunil Kodagoda
Engineer
National Water Supply and Drainage Board
rasikada@yahoo.com

A.D.V.D.K.Dharmaratne
Engineering Assistant
National Water Supply and Drainage Board

Sujith Chandana Epa
Engineering Assistant
National Water Supply and Drainage Board
c_epa@yahoo.com

M.W.C.H. Greshan De Silva
Engineering Assistant
National Water Supply and Drainage Board, Kadawatha

U.W.Hector
Engineering Assistant
National Water Supply and Drainage Board
drwsupolon@waterboard.lk
hectorwaduge@yahoo.com

N.H.V.S.R.Nanayakkara
Superitendent of Works
Municipal Council – Matale

D.T.Dayaratne Perera
Senior Planning Officer
Cololmbo Municipal Council

 

 

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