Guy Alaerts

Professor Knowledge and Capacity Development, IHE Delft Institute for Water Education
  • IHE Delft Institute for Water Education
  • Track Teams
  • Netherlands
Sabina Khatri

Hydrogeologist, Government

Daniel Blesson Deo Silitonga

Planner, BWS Sumatera V

Daniel Blesson Deo Silitonga holds a degree in Geodesy Engineering (Diponegoro University) and M.Eng in Civil Engineering in Natural Disaster Engineering at Gadjah Mada University in Indonesia. During his studies, he focused on Mitigation of natural disasters, especially Landslides due to Rain and Seismicity. He works for the Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing in the field of Water Resources in BWS Sumatera V, Padang , West Sumatra Province, Indonesia. Currently responsible for planning work, design concepts and studies of flood control, surface water use, technical irrigation, and lake conservation (water resources in the central authority river area in Western Sumatra).
Jim Ekene Okemini

Lecturer/Programme Officer, Water Governance and Sustainable Development, Regional Centre for Integrated River Basin Management, National Water Resources Institute Kaduna, Nigeria

Regional Expert on water and Peace in the Lake Chad Basin, National Trainer on WASH and the SDGs. Generally interested in research and training on hydropolitics, media and water diplomacy, water conflict management and general water governance and participatory water management (Local and transboundary). Currently researching on the interplay between vulnerabilities climate change impacts and water conflict and cooperation in transboundary waters in West Africa and the Sahel region
Jorge Cifuentes

Manager R&D , Kavic Engineering (Energy and Water Technologies)

BSc In Mechanical Engineering , University of San Carlos of Guatemala. MSc. in Mechanical Engineering and Nanomaterials research at Kyung Hee University, South Korea. PhD student-candidate in Climate Change and Sustainability at University of San Carlos of Guatemala. Research in Emerging Contaminants in Water/Lakes. PhD Internship Erasmus Mundus Pluss at Silesian University of Technology , Poland 2016-2017, Biomaterials research. Nanomembranes R&D. Water and energy consultant.
Schalk Jan van Andel

Academic, IHE Delft

Marko Keskinen

Associate Professor, Aalto University

Kojo Ackah

Management Trainee, Ghana Water Company Limited

Wini Adam

Researcher , University of Khartoum

Mohamed Ahmed Najemalden

Givermental employee, Minstry if environment

Hayder Al-Asadi

Diplomat , Iraqi MOFA

Arie den Boer

PhD student, EUR/RSM/B-SM

My thesis is about 'citizen participation for water heritage in build environment.
Michelle Hiestermann

Senior Knowledge Coordinator, Water Research Commission

Catharien Terwisscha van Scheltinga

Sr Scientist Water Management & Food Security in Deltas, Wageningen Environmental Research

The focus of my work is interdisciplinary: water management, food security and climate change adaptation. I have a keen interest to work with and for people, to find solutions, and answer the question behind the question. A lot of capacity development and science-policy interface work. Heading WUR Project Office in Dhaka, working on DeltaCap, BDP2100, JCP, and involved in Delta Alliance.
Oscar Alvarado

Programme Manager, The Hague Academy for Local

Saad Abbas Alsaadi

PhD candidate in international water law , The National University of Malaysia

Bakhodir Mirzaev

Senior Global Water Resources Specialist, Islamic Development Bank Group (IsDB)

Carolina Ocampo

Project Manager, Independant

Caroline FIGUERES

Director, Figueres Consultancy

Jacqueline Muthura

WASH Capacity Building Specialist, VNG International

Jacqueline is an energetic and ambitious WASH expert with many years’ experience in complex development projects. Her work has focused on community organization and empowerment, civil society engagement and capacity building of WASH actors for effective service delivery. She has worked on assignments for the Dutch Government, USAID and GIZ pre-dominantly in Kenya, Sudan and South Sudan. In her recent role in a project for the Dutch Embassy in South Sudan, she succeeded to oversee the establishment and strengthening of community based management structures for over 700 decentralized water systems. She is convinced of the need for and viability of sustainable development even in fragile contexts. She is currently working with Civil Society Organisations in South Sudan to enhance citizen participation in water governance.
Diana Milena Guio Torres

Consultant, Guio Sustainability Consulting

I am a Sustainability Professional with experience on: 1. Leading the development of Knowledge & Learning services for water associations & universities with good ROI 2. Designing and delivering effective Capacity Development solutions in the environmental and water sectors. 3. Delivering strategic sustainability analysis for public policy development to local authorities in Colombia and International NGOs Currently providing consulting services to NGOs