Vacancy for Programme Officer, Ahmedabad
VIKSAT (Vikram Sarabhai Centre for Development Interaction), established in 1977, is an institution of the Nehru Foundation for Development (NFD), Ahmedabad. VIKSAT, engaged in promotion of participatory management of natural resources, believes that goal of sustainability in natural resources development and management can be achieved through decisive participation of the local communities aided by enabling role of the government agencies. VIKSAT is implementing sustainable Natural Resource Management (NRM) and livelihood activities through its field offices in five districts of Gujarat. More information is available at www.viksat.org.
VIKSAT is looking for a Programme Officer.
Download (1) Vacancy Anouncement (2) Standard Aplication Form
o Interested candidates should apply in the standard application format available on the VIKSAT website, along with latest resume.
o Clearly indicate your current/last drawn salary and expected salary in the application.
o Application will be considered on rolling basis till suitable candidates are found.
o Clearly indicate the post applied for in the subject line of your email application.
o In case you are unable to download the application format, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org requesting for the same.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
[Update Date: 17th June, 2014]
Result of the Governing Body Election of Water and Environmental Sanitation Network India
[Update Date: 03rd May 2012]
The WES-Net India Governing Body election is declared as successfully completed and new members inducted into the Governing Body w.e.f. 01 May 2012. The Governing Body term will expire on 18 March 2014. Kindly go to link to access the list of Governing Body Members including new members.
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Letter regarding request for deployment of Consultant (IEC) for TOT on BCC on Sanitation and Water Programme, being organized by Department of Social Science, National Institute of Health and Family welfare
[Date: 23rd December 2011]
National Institute of Health and Family Welfare is organizing a Training of Trainers (TOT) in Behavior Change Communication (BCC) for effective implementation of Drinking Water and Sanitation Programmes for consultants in States handling IEC from 27th February - 2nd March 2012.
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Letter regarding Documentation of Best Practices in Sanitation Promotion in Rural Areas
[Date: 14th December 2011]
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Mapping up of Professionals/ Consultants/ consortium's for Training in WASH Sector India
WES Net request its members and sectoral agencies/ practitioners to provide information about such professionals/ consultants/ consortium's intending to be available for involvement with the grass root NGO’s, CBO’s, private, Government, and all sector relevant stakeholders for meeting its training requirements. This information will be used by WES-Net India to develop linkage of the stakeholders with the appropriate and pertinent professionals/ individuals in the WASH sector" in India
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Database for Training and Capacity Building in WASH Sector
WES-Net India is in the process of creating a database of existing training institutes in the WASH sector in India. The purpose is to conduct the Mapping of Training Requirements and Training Institutes in WASH Sector, India.
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Solution Exchange for WES- Net
Current topic of Discussion is:
- "Taking a Fresh Approach to WaterSecurity." From V Kurian Baby, International Water & Sanitation Centre, The Netherlands
Please provide your inputs on or before 25th November 2011.
- "Ways to improve flood management inOrissa- Advice; Examples." From Ranjan Panda, Water Initiatives Odisha, Orissa
Please provide your inputs on or before 30th October 2011.
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New Press Releases..
UNICEF provides 300,000 water, sanitation, hygiene items for flood victims in Thailand
[Date: 10/11/11 Source: www.unicef.org]
UNICEF is providing more than 300,000 water, hygiene and sanitation items, including bars of soap, chlorine drops for water purification, alcohol hand-wash gel and garbage bags, to flood-affected families in order to help prevent the spread of communicable diseases.
For more information, please visit: http://www.unicef.org/media/media_60473.html
PHE conducted workshop on drinking water quality and sanitation
[Date: 09/11/11 Source: arunachalipr.gov.in]
One day District Level Workshop on Sustainable Sanitation and Management of Drinking Water Quality Monitoring was held at Multipurpose Community Hall, Yingkiong on 6 November last. All the GP Chairpersons, ASMs from different circles of the district actively participated in the day long workshop, reports DIPRO.
For more information, please visit: http://arunachalipr.gov.in/Press_latest/PR_1103.doc