Global Warming in a Still Unequal World - contact course offered for Dan Church Aid (APRODEV partners) - (Oct. 26 - 30, 2009) | Centre for Science and Environment


Global Warming in a Still Unequal World - contact course offered for Dan Church Aid (APRODEV partners) - (Oct. 26 - 30, 2009)

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List of participants    
     

Mr Samarendra Satapathy
ODAF, Orissa
pipardkl@sancharnet.in

Mr Bibhudutta Sahu
CNI-SBSS
bibhu@cnisbss.org

Dr. (Mrs.) Sheila Benjamin
SCINDeA, Yelagiri Hills, Vellore
scindea1@gmail.com

Dr. (Mrs.) Neelavalli
WiD, Chennai
iwid@vsnl.net/ iwidindia@gmail.com

Mr Siddhartha
Pipal Tree
sidd173@gmail.com

Mr. Annanda
Pipal Tree
ansid121@gmail.com

Mr  Anup Manna
Tagore Society for Rural Development, Kolkatta
tagoresociety1@gmail.com

Mr Netaji Basumatary
IGSSS-North Eastern Region Office, Guwahati 
netaji@igsss.net

Mr  K.C. Sahu 
IGSSS-Eastern Regional Office, Kolkata 
sahu@igsss.net

Mr. Gopal Dahal
LWF Nepal
tl@lwf.org.np

Mr. Dhanpati Dhaugel
FAYA, Nepal   
fayanepal@hotmail.com

Mr. Pradeep Shah
IRDC, Nepal
pradeepptw@wlink.com.np

 

Mr Mumai Pheiga
Rongmei Naga Baptist Association, Imphal
rnba.do@rediffmail.com

Mr Bibekananda Biswal
LWS-India, Puri, Orissa
training@lwsi.org

Mr R. Bhakther Solomon
Development Promotion Group (DPG), Chennai
dpgsulo@md2.vsnl.net.in

Mr Mani Kumar 
DCA, Delhi
mku.india@dca.dk

17 Ms Surabhi Sinha
Vikas Adhyayan Kendra, Mumbai
surabhi_sinha@hotmail.com

18 Ms Lene Ejg Jarbøl
DCA, HQ
lej@dca.dk

19 Mr Kiran Padale
CASA-West Zone
kirancause@gmail.com

20 Mr Daniel Anand Raj
PWDS,  Madurai, Tamil Nadu
daniel@pwds.org

21 Mr T.K.R. Vijayan
ALC, Tamil Nadu 
rev_tkrvijayan@yahoo.com

22 Mr R.Jayaprakash
SCINDeA, Yelagiri Hills, Vellore 
jpshtcdp@rediffmail.com

23 Mr. Akbar Ali Molla
Tagore Society for Rural Development, Kolkatta
tsrdhealthdev@gmail.com

 

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