Decentralized Water Resources Management: Role of Village Communities and Rural Local Governments
The State of the Environment – #PlanetTalks with Dr Simi Mehta on Decentralized Water Resources Management: Role of Village Communities and Rural Local Governments.
Greetings from the Impact and Policy Research Institute (IMPRI), New Delhi!
On behalf of the Center for Environment, Climate Change and Sustainable Development (CECCSD) at IMPRI and India Water Portal, we invite you to a #WebPolicyTalk –
The State of the Environment
#PlanetTalks with Dr Simi Mehta
Details of the #WebPolicyTalk:
Date: February 2, 2021; Tuesday
Time: 4:00 PM IST (GMT+5:30)
Platform: Zoom and Facebook Live
Liby Johnson, Executive Director, Gram Vikas
Liby Johnson is the Executive Director of Gram Vikas, Odisha. He has led large scale, impactful, poverty eradication efforts in his 24+ years of social development work, with non-profits and government. His multisectoral experience spans water, sanitation, livelihoods, disaster management and community institutions. Liby was a member of the national level task force for the Jal Jeevan Mission of the Ministry of Jal Shakti. He was instrumental in setting up a National Resource Organisation to adapt experiences and lessons from Kerala to other states under the National Rural Livelihood Mission. He is an alumnus of the Institute of Rural Management Anand.
Dr Indira Khurana, Vice Chair, Tarun Bharat Sangh
Dr Simi Mehta, CEO & Editorial Director, IMPRI; Fulbright Scholar, Ohio State University, USA
Registration and Facebook Live Link for Decentralized Water Resources Management: Role of Village Communities and Rural Local Governments
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