List of participants for Sri Lanka Workshop held from 11-14 Dec, 2012 | Centre for Science and Environment

List of participants for Sri Lanka Workshop held from 11-14 Dec, 2012

List of participants    

Ms Hiru Jayatunge
Deputy Manager
MAS Intimates (Pvt) Ltd

Mr. Satkururajah Kopythersan
Technical Assistant

Ms. Zahrah Imtiaz
Environment Consultant
CrysBro Group of Companies

Mr. Kumararajaratnam Rajkumar
Infrastructure Engineer
Swiss Agency for Development Cooperation (SDC)

Mr. Jagajeevanraj Subramaniam
Technical Coordinator
Swiss Labour Assistance

Mr. Kularuban Kulasegaram
Field Officer
Swiss Labour Assistance-SAH

Mr. H.M.S.K Jayasundara
Project Manager-Premises
Hatton National Bank

Mr. Rohitha Krishantha Ananda Suduweli Kondage
Program Manager
Practical Action

Mr. Minimuthu Pathiranage Nilantha Kumara
Practical Action

Mr. Charles Benjamin Appolinar
Technical Officer
Director Caritas Jaffna HUDEC

Ms. K.A. Nalini Sulakshana
Project Officer
Caritas Colombo


Mr. John Baptist Lambert
Programme Manager
Director- Caritas Valuthayam Mannar

Mr. Kunapathipillai Jegapirathas
Livelihood Coordinator

Mr. John Worthington
Admin and Project Officer

Mr. J.M. Anthony Joseph
Programme Coordinator

Mr. Amila Kelum Marasinghe
Product Development Manager
S-Ion Lanka (Pvt) Ltd

Ms. Siyanthi Perera
Project Manager
Janasetha- Caritas Kurunegala Pellandeniya

Ms Ayako Tanaka
Project Formulation Advisor
JICA SL Office

Mr. Rajiv Rehan Lorensu Hewa
Project Coordinator
Sarvodaya Lankan Mapper Ltd

Mr. T. Srivaratharasan
Project Coordinator
Lanka Rainwater Harvesting Forum

Mr. Patrick Arasu Chellathurai
Project Officer

Mr. Andres Strand
Field Study Scholar






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