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Ireen Festus Namukoko Ng’ambi

Ireen Ng’ambiMrs. Ireen Ng’ambi works for the Green Living Movement Swaziland (GLM SD) and was one of the active founders of the organization. Her main role is a finance coordinator under Organisational Capacity Building for Environmental Education and Community Development Project and previously she has been working for the sister organization Green Living Movement in Zambia. She qualified in Certificate in Accounts and Business Studies (CABS) at Chipata Trades in Zambia in 1999 and has a Single Diploma in Project Management at Corporate Development and Training Centre in Swaziland in 2012. In addtion, Mrs. Ng’ambi was appointed to be the contact person for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Sector (WASH).

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Linus Dagerskog

MSc in Aquatic and Environmental Engineering at Uppsala University, 2002. Been working for ten years on recycling aspects of sanitation, with four years in West Africa 2006-2010, mainly in Burkina Faso and Niger. Presently working at Stockholm Environment Institute while also pursuing a PhD in natural resource management at Stockholm University, focusing on small holder farming in Ethiopia and synergy effects of nutrient recycling, water harvesting and conservation tillage.

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Nam Raj Khatri

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Mr Nam Raj Khatri is resident of Nepal. He has worked with the Government of Nepal for 20 years in water and sanitation and with World Health Organization (WHO), for four years in Environmental Health. He completed Masters Degree in Environmental Engineering from the Tribhuwan University of Nepal in 2000 with distinction. He has published various papers on Water, sanitation, and climate change. He was involved as coordinator for SACOSAN-V and facilitator for WinS (WASH in School) International ILE. Address:  Thecho Ward No 9, Lalitpur Nepal. E-mail: namrajk@gmail.com

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Noah Chongo

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Mr. Noah Chongo is a Development Practitioner. He has achieved a master level Quality Management advanced program from Saarbrucken University of Applied Sciences in Germany, and Development Studies Degree from University of Zambia .Noah has managed projects which include Innovations for Policy Dialogue in Peri-Urban Sanitation in Lusaka. He is 18 years experienced in research, and Environmental Management, Water and Sanitation, and Quality Management. Noah is in charge of Operations and Research at NECOS.

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Yubraj Shrestha

shestraYubraj Shrestha is a WASH sector activist in Nepal who spent 25 years in WASH project management and implementation different parts of the country from NGO side. Project design, M&E, livelihood, and study are his competent areas. Currently, since Feb 2013, he has been working as the Project manager for Livelihood and Environmental Awareness project (LEAP) at Community Development Forum (CODEF). From Jan. 2011 to Oct. 2012, he worked at Rural Village Water Resource Management Project (RVWRMP) phase II, as a Water Resource Advisor in Kailali district. Similarly he spent about eighteen years since Nov. 1992 to end December 2010, in Nepal Water for Health (NEWAH) as the technical officer, program support & maintenance officer, new initiative manager, PME manager and regional manager in Central and Western Region of Nepal. His first job was in the Primary Health Care and Drinking Water Project, Nepal Red Cross society as a technical supervisor from 1987 to 1990.

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