INREM hosts session on “Water, Nutrition and Health” as part of IWMI-Tata Annual Partners Meet on November 28-30, 2012 in Anand, Gujarat

INREM announces Training on “Fluorosis Mitigation: Technologies and Processes”. Interested participants may contact us for more information
Sunderrajan Krishnan: A co-director, Sunder is a PhD in earth sciences. Starting his career from a passion to address problems of the environment, he now works to evolve solutions that can stand the test of societal requirements. Sometimes, this takes to go much away from traditional solutions, but the INREM group, though small, but with quite varied skills, helps to give shape to new ideas. He enjoys playing the Indian flute and watching test cricket.
Rajnarayan Indu: A co-director, Induda, is a PhD in economics. After spending a career in agricultural economics and research in water institutions, he carried forward a deep urge to not just “let research go into a wastepaper basket”. A self-interest in culture and medicine also engages him to contribute in the subject of public health. With a life experience of looking at cultural transitions and imbalanced socio-economic development, he is dedicated to bring about change to those who have had lesser opportunity. A painter, he is also a keen listener of classical music.
Pritesh Patel: A Program Manager, Pritesh has a Bachelors in commerce and is currently pursuing a Masters in Social Work. With personal experiences in rural life and agriculture, Pritesh comes forward as a bright observer and excellent field worker. Now polishing his skills in documenting and planning, he is also managing the field programme of the organization in Jhabua, MP. With an infectious sense of humour and intellect, he brings a mix of skills to the organization. Pritesh has played local T20 cricket, but now exhibits his skills on unsuspecting kids playing street cricket.
Sachin Vani: One of the managers of the Fluorosis Mitigation Centre (FMC) of INREM in Jhabua, Sachin is a graduate in law and accounting. Inspite of being situated in a highly deprived part of the country, he is a highly motivated young staff with a great degree of curiosity and aptitude for current affairs. With several years of experience in rural development, Sachin adds an important dimension to the organization.
Kalpana Bilwal:The second manager of FMC, Jhabua, Kalpana is MA in Sociology. With an experience in public health programmes previously and friendly attitude, she makes an easy connection with the families we work with. Also, writing and documentation skills in tribal dialects and Hindi are her strengths.
Manhar Upadhyay: The accounts and administration all-rounder of INREM, Mr Upadhyay carries a lot of tasks of the organization on his shoulder. After a career in administration previously, he makes our work organized and office work meticulous. His experience and networks come in handy for a lot of our project work. His keen eye for detail has helped us avoid many a problem in advance.

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