The Lanka Rain Water Harvesting Forum (LRWHF) promotes and fosters research and development in Sri Lanka by disseminating and sharing experiences on rainwater harvesting technology, conservation and utilization methods for solving the water problems of the nation. Dr. Tanuja Ariyananda, CEO of LRWHF, shares an overview of the organisation and its collaboration with GWP.
The Development of Humane Action (DHAN) Foundation is a professional development organisation that was founded on 2 October 1997 in Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. Its collaboration with GWP dates back as far as 1999. This article gives a short overview of the Foundation and its engagement with GWP.
Interview with Dr. K. Kalithasan, Manager of the RIVER Care Programme with the Global Environment Centre (GEC) in Malaysia. He coordinates GEC’s work on lake and river management, pollution control and environmental education. Dr. Kalithasan has over 20 years of working experience in river ecosystem management, particularly on stakeholder engagement and environmental education.
Interview with Micaela Trimble, Coordinator of Research and Cooperation, SARAS. She is also currently responsible for two research projects related to water governance. The interview is also available in Spanish.
Interview with Eng. Mohammed Bany-Mustafa, Permanent Technical Secretary of the Arab Women Water Energy Environment Association Network (AWWEENA).
Interview with Mr Ephraim Shitima, Director of the Department of Climate Change and Natural Resources in the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, Republic of Zambia.
Interview with Ms Xiajie Lee, Deputy Chief of the International Department at the China Association for NGO Cooperation (CANGO).
Interview with Mrs Asli Duale, founding Chair of WEAVE – Women Education and Voicing Entrepreneurship – a Somali NGO set up in 2008 in Mogadishu.
Interview with Jnoel Eya from L'association Génération Eau Claire in Libreville, Gabon.