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Un membre de FANSA reçoit un prix pour la collecte des eaux de pluie

L’Agent chargé des communications régionales de FANSA et Directeur exécutif du Forum des ONG pour l’eau et l’assainissement en zone urbaine, Prakash Amatya, a été nommé membre à vie de l’Association internationale des systèmes de collecte des eaux de pluie (IRCSA) en reconnaissance de ses travaux et de son dévouement pour la promotion et la vulgarisation des systèmes de collecte des eaux de pluie au Népal.

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FANSA's Regional Communication Officer and Executive Director of NGO Forum for Urban Water and Sanitation Prakash Amatya was awarded a lifetime membership of International Rainwater Catchment Systems Association (IRCSA) for his work and dedication in promoting and popularizing rainwater harvesting system in Nepal.

Han Heijnen, formerly Environmental Health Advisor at World Health Organization (WHO) Nepal sponsored membership fee of Prakash Amatya - who is both FANSA's Regional Communication Officer and the Executive Director of NGO Forum for Urban Water and Sanitation - for his hard work and dedication in promoting and popularizing rainwater harvesting system in Nepal.

“I feel it is good for Freshwater Action Network and IRCSA to be linked. I have appreciated his work in promoting rainwater harvesting over the years so it is my pleasure to sponsor him lifetime membership,” wrote Heijnen in his email.

Prakash said:

“I feel honored to get lifetime membership of IRCSA. This opportunity has broadened my responsibilities and encouraged me to work more for the sector,” said Mr. Prakash Amatya. “I will work hard to give recognition to the national efforts in the international level and bring the international learnings and experiences at the local level.”

“I appreciate Han Heijnen's commitment to Nepal and rainwater harvesting. I look forward to a mutually learning experience,” said Dr Tanuja Ariyananda, President, IRCSA.

IRCSA was founded in August 1989 at the 4th International Rainwater Cistern Systems Conference in Manila and officially launched in August 1991 at the 5th conference in Taiwan. IRCSA aims to promote and advance rainwater catchment systems technology with respect to planning, development, management, science, technology, research and education worldwide and establish an international forum for scientists, engineers, educators, administrators and those concerned in this field. 

The membership is a fantastic opportunity for cross linking and learning between the organisations.

Find out more about the IRCSA on its website

 

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