The Water Program Associate will play an important role in helping WRI’s Water and Cities and Transport Programs.
This year the India Biodiversity Awards 2016 will recognize the contribution of a range of stakeholders towards the conservation of biodiversity.
The WARI Fellowship Program is a dynamic and transformative program that has been developed to foster long term Indo-American science and technology partnership.
Avantika Foundation is looking for passionate and driven individuals to join as WATSAN professional for the Government of Karnataka project
A CSE fellowship and contest for photographers and photo-journalists- Backs to the Wall (Climate Change and Vulnerable Communities)
Arghyam invites ideas for the short-term (6 – 12 months duration) research studies in the GW-SAN sector
The award is intended for young professionals in the field of water re-use from municipal or industrial waste water in India.
The Forum for Policy Dialogue on Water Conflicts in India is looking for a Research Associate for one year for its ongoing thematic work on environmental flows in the Mahanadi river basin.
Entries related to water, waste and wastewater in India – and presenting positive examples, possibilities and solutions - are encouraged.
India's first Water Accelerator program is targeted at identifying and showcasing the best water focused ideas, individuals and organizations (both startups and not-for-profits).
This is a full time post-graduate diploma programme of one year duration and is designed to impart both theoretical and practical aspects of social and technical aspects relevant to the WASH sector.
The post will support the delivery of the South Asia Research Hub and wider DFID Research objectives in South Asia.
WaterAid has operated in India since 1993, to help realise its vision of a world where everyone has access to safe water and sanitation.
ReSource Award for resilience in water management is a prize acknowledging social entrepreneurial thinking and leadership in implementing the principles of sustainability in water management.
Centers for International Projects Trust (CIPT) calls for sustainable best practices in the areas of water, agriculture, livelihoods, extension education and natural resource management.
The theme for this research is “Poverty Squares and Gender Circles: Unravelling Agriculture Gaps, Challenges and Opportunities in the Eastern Gangetic Plains”.
ASEF is pleased to invite practicing journalists from ASEM countries who are experienced in covering crises and disasters to apply for the 10th ASEF Journalists’ Colloquium on Crisis Reporting.
The International Water Management Institute (IWMI) is looking for a communication professional with a passion for storytelling and a commitment to global change.
SIWI offers three journalists from low or low-middle income nations the opportunity to visit Stockholm and World Water Week which takes place between 23-28 August 2015.
Waterkeeper Alliance seeks to contract with an individual or organization for coordination services in India to assist grassroots groups to address the impacts of water pollution and water rights.