September 22, 2018 at 10:06 pm #18913
Dear participants, I created this forum as a space for all of us to present ourselves so we get to know each other a little bit.
My name is Damian Indij, you will probably hear from me a lot in the coming weeks and I hope you all enjoy the course. I´m based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from where I coordinate Cap-Net´s virtual campus. So I´m deeply involved in water capacity development. I have a Masters in Education and a Postgraduate degree in management of non-for-profit organisations and together with my love for the environment and human development I like very much my work towards global goals as the Sustainable Development Goals, and working with open networks and partnerships from all over the world. I´m married to Andrea and happy father of Jazmin (10 and Benicio (7). Welcome everybody and all the best for this course!
October 1, 2018 at 3:46 pm #19173
My name is Aboubacar Diallo and I am delighted to be part of this learning group. With an Engineer degree in Process & Environment and M. Sc. in Chemical Engineering (INSA Toulouse, France) I was a consulting engineer in Oil & Gas for two years in Paris. Now, I am currently working for SOMAGEP-SA (malian drinking water company) as team leader for lab equipment and micropollutants analysis (Heavy metals and & pesticides) since 2015. I am also strongly involved in the Water Operators Partnership (WOP) between SOMAGEP and Waternet (Amsterdam) regarding water Quality, Non-Revenue Water, etc. I am also part of a dutch programme called YEP (Young Experts Programme) designed to enhance young professionals skills for two years. My wife and I have 2 daughters : Téréna Rosa (2,5 years) and Oumou Djam (1 year).
October 1, 2018 at 5:00 pm #19175
Pleasure to meet you!
My name is Jeroen Trimpe Burger and I work for the Kenya Pooled Water Fund: a non-profit Kenyan Company established to provide water service providers (WSPs) access to capital market financing for their infrastructure needs. This is done by pooling WSPs’ loans to back a bond issuance as part of annual program. KPWF’s bond program will help bridge the funding gap of the water and sanitation sector which is currently estimated at KES 1,172 Billion (€ 10 Billion/ $12.6 Billion).
I also work on a partnership between the Dutch World Waternet and Nairobi City Water and Sewerage Company in the framework of the WaterWorX program: a program in which Dutch water supply companies will set up Water Operational Partnerships (WOPs) with water utilities in Africa, Asia and Latin-America to support them in reducing non-revenue water and improve the financial and administrative systems.
Looking forward to learning together.
October 1, 2018 at 7:07 pm #19181
Hi Every body here,
My Name is Ayebale Ared and i work for a non governmental organisation called Welthungerhilfe in Uganda.
I work as a supervisor drilling works and we are currently dealing with a WASH project in Eastern uganda in partnership with Charity:Water.
Am grateful to be part of this interesting team and hope to learn and understand more together.
October 8, 2018 at 10:21 pm #19449
Great and pleasure to meet you Ayebale, i know we will learn and share more. Thank you.
October 1, 2018 at 10:03 pm #19189
Hello Dear Colleagues,
My name is Hadi Tabbara cuurently residing in Lebanon where corruption unfortunately is widespread at all levels including the water sector. I have a Ph.D. in Water Resources and I worked at various sectors- academic, government, private and now consulting. I look forward to learn and contribute to this forum. Many thanks for UNDP and Cap-Net for this opportunity.
October 1, 2018 at 10:16 pm #19190
October 2, 2018 at 10:49 am #19198
My name is Hnin Phyu Sin but you can call me Hnin. I graduated with the major of Forestry and currently working for the national river basin management project. I am very enthusiastic person in doing environmental concerned works and I am very friendly. I really hope this course will make me to be able understand about the water and sustainable development concept. I hope we can help each other in the coming study and lets try together.
October 2, 2018 at 11:14 am #19199
My name is Tasneem and I work with Water Integrity Network as a Network and Communications officer. For almost 10 years, I have worked in the field of environment, sustainable development and governance at various scales, right from the local and national level in India to the international level. I have engaged with UN processes since 2003 namely the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity and until most recently the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. To WIN I bring my experience with networks, international level policy and as an (pr)activist with local experience of citizen action and as a nominated member of the municipal corporation looking at issues of integrity in the face and working on and around them. I am very excited to help co-facilitate the course with my colleagues and I look forward to your enthusiasm and to our mutual learning and sharing,
October 3, 2018 at 4:08 pm #19244
I am Nang Yati Nyi Nyi. I am so excited to be with such amazing people. I am just an undergraduate student, studying Bachelor of Chemical Engineering in Yangon, Myanmar. I am eager to learn more about water management and so here I am. Looking forward to sharing with you guys!
October 5, 2018 at 3:00 am #19306
I am a bsc holder in Business administration and leader of Nigerian Women Agro Allied Farmers Association. We are a growing group with membership of over 7600.
We produce maize, OFSP (Orange fleshed sweet potato and others. We are happy to be part of this group and we will work to promote not only the new opportunity but to partner with others in raising the voices of food security and reduction of hunger.
October 5, 2018 at 3:33 pm #19325
Guilherme Almeida MonteiroParticipant
Greetings Everyone. My name is Guilherme,from Brazil! I am an Intern at GWP, currently studying International Relations at the University of Brasilia (UnB).
October 6, 2018 at 6:02 am #19358
Hi, This is Sarathanjali. You can call me sara.Currently studying masters in natural resource management at AIT, Thailand. I work for civil service in The government of Sri Lanka. Nice meeting you.
October 6, 2018 at 10:15 am #19359
Goodmorning from Nakuru, Kenya!
My name is Caroline (37) – I have lived in Kenya for about 15 years, mostly working in marginalized and remote areas. Bringing sustainable development is a real challenge. Through this course I do hope to learn a lot about how I can achieve this in the projects that I am involved in, mainly in Education and Agriculture.
Bringing Hope, Help and Development is something I am very passionate about!
Water management will be especially important as we are about to start of growing greens with shade nets in a semi-arid environment. We are not very far from the Lake Turkana windpower project that some of you may have heard of.
I studied agricultural teacher training and have a BA in Education. Meanwhile I am being coached by a professional Program Manager in the Gheothermal sector in Netherlands, where I was born. A non-profit organization was started soon after I started working in Kenya – this year we celebrate 15 years!
On a personal note, for the last 2,5 years I have been in a relationship with Frank who is an engineer in ICT. He has been of much support!
Looking forward to interact and share in the days ahead,
Stichting Galilea – Kenia
M 1: + 254 (0) 706 412803
M 2: + 254 (0) 712 391993
October 8, 2018 at 5:43 pm #19429
Hi, this is M.G.Hemachandra, I work for JICA Sri Lanka office. I possess B.Sc.Eng. (Hons), MBA in Infrastructure, Diploma In Management, Diploma in Commercial Arbitration as educational qualifications. I am Chartered Civil Engineer. lAST 17+ years I have been engaging in Irrigation works, Water Supply and Sanitation works.
October 8, 2018 at 10:05 pm #19446
Hello Dear Colleagues
Am Salim Nyamawi but you can call me Salim, Am from Kenya Coastal region (Kwale County). Am a holder of Bsc in Public Health with Information Technology from Maseno University (Kisumu- Kenya). Currently am working with NGO namely Kenya Water For Health Organization (KWAHO). Am implementing a WASH project namely “Improving access to sanitation in communities around Safe Water enterprise ” through Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) approach, As well here at Kwale County (Lungalunga Sub-County) most communities are not access to safe water as most of them use same water points with livestock hence we manage to install some Water filtering machines with collaboration with Siemens Stiftung to filter water and enable the voiceless communities are access to safe water. Am grateful to interact with this great team and am looking forward to learn and share more.
October 9, 2018 at 5:23 am #19460
I am Patrick Alubbe from Kenya, I have my background in Water Engineering and a Master in Organizational Leadership. I work for Kenya Water for Health Organization ( KWAHO) . KWAHO is a National NGO that works in the Water Sector using Human Right Based Approaches in partnership with other stakeholder/donor to facilitate access to WASH services to the marginalized groups. I have over 30 years experience in the sector and have worked both in Public Service, Private Sector and in the Civil Society sectors.
October 12, 2018 at 10:39 am #19596
My name is Kassim Yakubu Al-Hassan, from Ghana and working with UNICEF Ghana as a WASH Officer. My interest is in water safety planning and sustainability of WASH approaches. I work more with government partners, CSOs and NGOs and mostly provide technical and facilitation support .
October 13, 2018 at 12:18 pm #19629
Hi to all of you. My name is Santiago Nunez (31), I am from Colombia and I Finished a Master program in Natural Resources Management and Development in Germany, where I am living right now.
I am very worried about the corruption in water issues, specially in Latin America, where I come from. I know deeply the Colombian case, ant it is a very concerning topic, because I feel that people don’t know about the tools they can use to avoid corruption, this is one of my concerns.
I would like to learn a lot in this course, right now I am not working and I am looking for a Job, so I think that new knowledge could open the door to new opportunities.
December 18, 2018 at 5:03 pm #20386
my name is fermin brito I arm from dominican republic I am excecutive Director of water and sewr corporation of boca chica and I pleasd to participate in this course
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