The event will celebrate the 84th anniversary of Gandhji's Dandi March in the form of discussion on the course of action to be undertaken to save Ganga and Himalayas.
25 to 26Feb
The conference aims to boost engagements in climate change adaptation discourse and policy processes in the Brahmaputra Basin in North East India.
22 to 23Feb
The objective of the festival is to emphasize the importance of Western Ghats, which, along with the rainforests of South America help maintain the ecological balance of Earth.
8 to 13Sep
The training is a broad, intense 6-day course with a heavy practical bias, providing a rare opportunity to learn through both theoretical and hands-on practical sessions.
The programme aims to ensure water security in the country, particularly for the welfare of the vulnerable, poor and socially backward communities.
3 to 7Mar
The main objective of this short-term course is to focus on the application of NIH_ReSyP software for analysis, operation, and management of reservoir systems.
11 to 14Mar
A two-way interaction with personnel engaged in water resources planning, development and management in the country, regarding the utility of web based tools.
The overall goal of the programme is to strengthen community resilience against climate change impacts and water induced hazards in the Koshi Basin
23 to 27Apr
The training will impart an analytical framework and practical strategies for integrating broad-based gender, religious, and socio-economic equity through decentralized and democratic mechanisms.
21 to 25Mar
The workshop/ training programme on groundwater aims to provide a platform for the participants to acquire knowledge about current technological developments in the field of groundwater.
14 to 16Feb
The conference will focus attention on how the state has managed and strengthened the Bhoj Wetland which provides the residents of Bhopal their daily drinking water.
Monitor Inclusive Markets will be holding a series of open conference calls to discuss the key findings of their white paper titled 'A Market Led, Evidence Based, Approach to Rural Sanitation'.
24 to 28Mar
The conference invites practitioners from civil society, government and industry, donors and academics to share learnings, build on existing WASH dialogues and establish global networks.
The objective of the conference is to map the scope, issues, challenges, importance and benefits of New-Water cooperation amongst the stake holders.
18 to 20Feb
Science Fair and Seminar is the part of the project 'Awareness, Motivation, and Providing Safe Drinking Water Programme through Saviour Technology Solar Power in Tripura'.
12 to 13Feb
Through this workshop, WASSAN aims to spread the message of collective action for improving the groundwater management and governance in Andhra Pradesh
28 to 30Mar
30 selected delegates from around the country will embark on a life changing journey to Singrauli, the Energy Capital of India for exploring rural life and livelihood.
The aim of this walk is to bring about a water usage & sanitation awareness (especially the Public Toilet Culture) among the residents of Bangalore.
The training programme aims to introduce and impart engineering skills to participants for design and implementation of simplified sewer system.