Training Workshop on Environmental Documentation, 27-30 January, 2004 | Centre for Science and Environment

Training Workshop on Environmental Documentation, 27-30 January, 2004

List of participants
L.N Malik
Library Incharge
Jawaharlal Nehru University
Centre for the study of Law & Governance
New Delhi
A.K Dash
Doc. Associate
Regional Centre for Development  for Co-operation
Bhubaneswar, Orissa
Prakash Chandra Amatya
Secretary General
Ngo Forum for Urban Water & Sanitation
Neetu Datta
Centre for Media Studies
New Delhi
Maisra Malik
National Foundation for India
New Delhi
Subrat Kumar Singh
Sr. Project Officer
Foundation of Ecological Security
Piyush P Vankar
Office Assistant
Foundation of Ecological Security  
C. Gandhimathi
Peoples Watch
Ajoy Kumar Mohanty
Planning Monitoring Evaluation Documentation
Kandhamal, Orissa
V. Stephen
Documentation Coordinator
People's Solidarity Association
Aastha Deewan
Programming Officer
MAMTA- Health Institute for Mother & Child
New Delhi
Sudha Dogra
Administrative Officer
Partners for Law in Development
New Delhi
Ashutosh Srivastava
Programme Coordinator
Partners for Law in Development
New Delhi
Rachna Kapoor
Incharge Library
Thapar Centre for Industrial Research & Development
C. Rohini
Programme Associate
Centre for Rural Systems & Development (CRUSADE)
Tinavallur, Tamil Nadu
Deepa. V
Office Assistant
Gary Mark Nengnong
Project Co-ordinator
Bethany Society
Lalita Pai
Mumbai Grahak Panchayat

Mumbai Grahak Panchayat

Sidhartha Kumar Das
Doccumentation Assistant
Falguni Joshi
Resource Officer
Sense International
Malay Das
Systems Manager
Taru Leading Edge
New Delhi
Terence I. Paswett
Programme Coordinator
Bethany Society
Shruti Goyal
I/C Library
Seva Mandir
Udaipur, Rajasthan
Suresh Pulugujju
Project Officer
Centre for Handloom Information & Policy Advocacy
Chirala , AP
Vinod Kumar Chandel
Gene Campaign
New Delhi
Prashant Krishna
Development Professional
Seva Mandir
Udaipur, Rajasthan
Central Pulp & Paper Research Institure

Training Date: 
27-30 January, 2004


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