IWP Events

Venue: DLF City Club, Phase-IV, Gurugram

DLF Foundation in partnership with India Water Partnership and INTACH is organizing a Workshop on “Transforming Najafgarh Basin at DLF City Club, Phase IV, Gurugram on 17th August 2017.

The Purpose of the Workshop is to develop a multi-stakeholder approach for the rejuvenation of Najafgarh Jheel, augmenting strategies for self-purification of drains and controlling the situation of the flood in Gurgaon during monsoon.  The long-term vision would be to develop a road map for the development of inland waterways in the Najafgarh drain.

NJD is the backbone of the drainage network in Gurgaon. It flows through the north-western part of Gurgaon. Excessive flooding has occurred in parts of Gurgaon over the years due to overflow and backflow from drains during the monsoon season. For instance, a 24 hour jam was reported in parts of Gurgaon due to flooding in 2016. It is of importance to deal with the situation strategically and in a holistic manner to resolve this problem affecting masses in Gurgaon.

If interested, you may kindly register here: https://goo.gl/forms/0I7PELNCi80BZNyk1


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# 1st-4th March'17 in Samastipur, Bihar.

Training on Household Water Treatment and Safe Storage

We are glad to invite you all to an upcoming Workshop on Household Water Treatment and Storage (HWTS) to be held from 1st-4th March'17 in Samastipur, Bihar.

India Water Partnership promotes and facilitates capacity building activities and implementation of innovative but low cost feasible solutions for ensuring safe drinking water to the communities which do not have access to potable water. These innovative solutions not only ensure safe drinking water to the local communities but also positively influence livelihood by promoting entrepreneurship among them.
Encouraged from the responses received from training sessions held in Aug-Sept'16 on Household Water Treatment and Storage (HWTS), hosted by IWP network partner organization SM Sehgal Foundation in Gurgaon, we wish to scale up the exercise by taking it to other states as well so that our other valuable partners can be benefited from this highly informative and goal oriented workshop.

To take forward our combined efforts in this direction, Centre for Affordable Water and Sanitation Technology (CAWST), Canada, (a pioneer for designing and promoting the biosand filter) along with S M Sehgal Foundation, India (Sehgal Foundation, a rural development organization) and India Water Partnership (IWP, a  Country Water Partnership of Global Water Partnership, Stockholm, Sweden) have come together yet again to offer a similar capacity building training program in March 2017 in Samastipur, Bihar.

If safe drinking water is a concern in the communities you work for, this training program is a must for you to attend to develop understanding and know-how on sustainable house hold water solutions. The training program will be an opportunity for organizations working on providing access to safe drinking water to communities in need. 
Some of the participants from our last workshops have already started putting their learning into practice, and few of us are planning to work in that direction. Kudos to all the participants for keeping the momentum going!

Mark your calendars!
March 1-3, 2017: Capacity Building Training Workshop
March 4, 2017: Field Exposure Visit

Venue: Hotel Girija, Gola Road, Samastipur, Bihar (Phone: 06274 226845, 9204439856)


REGISTRATION DETAILS


Registration fee per participant: Rs 1500/- per person

Special Offer:  Rs 500 for IWP network member organizations

Payment can be made via cheque/draft in favour of S M Sehgal Foundation, payable at Gurgaon with the organization and participant’s name written at the back of the cheque/ draft, and should be sent to S M Sehgal Foundation, Plot No. 34, Sector 44, Institutional Area, Gurgaon, Haryana 122003; or through NEFT to the following account:

Bank Name

STATE BANK OF TRAVANCORE

Bank Address

DLF PH-IV, GALLERIA MALL, GURGAON-122003

Account Name

S M SEHGAL FOUNDATION

Bank Account Number

00000057022216548

IFSC Code

SBTR0000695

Registration link: https://goo.gl/forms/Qrh9cncQlKXmSb502 

 The participants are expected to make their own arrangements for travel and accommodation. Sehgal Foundation has negotiated with Girija Hotel to provide accommodation at discounted rates: Double Occupancy @ Rs.800 + tax per room per night