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14. Annexes


14. Annexes

14.1. List of Participants Bangladesh

Mrs. Asma Parveen

Tel: (Off.) 880-2-605953

Assistant Conservator of Forests

(Res.) 880-2419965

Forests Department

Fax: 880-2-605923

Bana Bhaban

 
   

Mohakhali, Dhaka

 

Dr. Lulu Bilquis Banu

Tel: (Off.) 880-2-506335

Senior Scientific Officer

(Res.) 880-2-862309

Institute of Fuel Research and Devpt.

Fax: (Res.) 880-2-860220

Bangladesh Council of Scientific

 

and Industrial Research (BCSIR)

 

100/A Crescent Road

 

Green Road, Dhanmandi, Dhaka 1205

 
   

Ms. Hassan Banu

Tel: (Off.) 880-2-811898

General Manager

(Res.) 880-2-868490,500101

Centre for Mass Education in Science (CMES)

Fax: 880-2-803559

37/C, Asad Avenue, Muhammadpur

 

Dhaka

 
   

Bhutan

 
   

Ms. Deki Yangzom

Tel: 975-2-23618

Sector Officer

Fax: 975-2-22279

Technical Planning Unit

 

Division of Power

 

Ministry of Trade & Industry

 

Thimphu

 
   

Ms. Durga Devi Sharma

Tel: 975-2-29325

Lecturer, Forestry Sector

Fax: 975-2-29326

c/o Natural Resources Training Institute

 

Ministry of Agriculture

 

Lobesa, Thimphu

 
   

Mr. Mincha Wangdi

Tel: (Off.) 975-2-22056

Environment Education Officer

Fax: 975-2-23189

Royal Society for the Protection of Nature

 

P.O. Box 325, Thimphu

 
   

India

 
   

Dr. (Ms.) Natarajan Jayalakshmi

Tel: (Off.) 91-0422-431222 Ext. 276

Assistant Professor

(Res.) 91 -0422-431205

Department of Bio-Energy

Fax: 91 -0422431672

College of Agriculture Engineering

 

Tamilnadu, Agricultural University

 

Coimbatore 641 003

 
   

Maldives

 

Ms. Fathimath Inala

Tel: (Off.) 960-323687

Project Officer

(Res.) 960-327528

Ministry of Youth Women's Affairs and Sports

Fax: 960-316237

5th Floor, Umar Shopping Arcade

 

Chandanee Magu, Male 20-05

 
   

Ms. Aishath Niyaf

Tel: (Off.) 960-322625

Secretary

(Res.) 960-327278

Ministry of Fisheries and Agriculture

Fax: 960-326558

Ghazee Building

 

Ameer Ahmed Magu, Male 20-05

 
   

Mr. Mohamed Shujau

Tel: (Off.) 960-325621

Executive Committee Member

(Res.) 960-325717

Bluepeace

Fax: 960-327808, 313669

Roma, Gandhakoalhi Magu, Maafannu

 

Male 20-01

 
   

Nepal

 
   

Mr. Kusheshwar Jha

Tel: (Off.) 977-1-227699

Senior Division Engineer

Fax: 977-1-227185

Water and Energy Commission

 

Secretariat (WECS)

 

G.P.O. Box No. 1340, Singh Durbar

 

Kathmandu

 
   

Mr. Kamal Bhakta Shrestha

Tel: (Off.) 977-1-220303

Monitoring and Evaluation Officer

(Res.) 977-1419367

His Majesty Govt. of Nepal

 

Forest Department

 

Babar Mahal, Kathmandu

 
   

Pakistan

 
   

Dr. Habib Gul

Tel: (Off.) 0521-842178

Deputy Director

(Res.) 0521 -45105

Pakistan Council of Appropriate

 

Technology (PCAT)

 

Ministry of Science & Technology Govt. of Pakistan

 

Gulshanabad Colony

 

P.O. Tehkal Bala, Peshawar

 
   

Ms. Irfat Roohi Hunzai

Tel:(Off.) 0572-2480

Project Forester in Aga Khan Rural Support Prog.

(Res.) 0572-2529, 2951

The Aga Khan Rural Support Programme

Fax: 0572-2779

Regional Programme Office

 

Babal Road, Gilgit

 
   

Ms. Mamoona Wali Mohammad Khawaja

Tel: (Off.) 0521-841879, 40580

Lecturer in Forestry (LIF)

(Res.) 0521-42641

Forest Education Division

Fax: 0521-275618

Pakistan Forest Institute (PFI)

Email: kms@dg,pfi.pswerum.com.pk

Peshawar

 
   

Mr. Malik Mohammad Khan

Tel: (Off.) 92-51-490478

Conservator of Forests, Rawalpindi

Fax: 92-51 -491112

Soan Forest Colony

 

P.O. Humak

 

Islamabad 45700

 
   

Sri Lanka

 
   

Dr. (Mrs.) Anoja Wickramasinghe

Tel: 94-08-88301-5

Professor

Fax: 94-08-32517

Department of Geography

 

University of Peradeniya

 

Peradeniya

 
   

Ms. M.D. Kanthi Wijetunga

Tel: (Off.) 94-1-684660

Director (Power and Energy)

(Res.) 94-1-647449

Ministry of Irrigation, Power and Energy

 

P.O. 500 T.B. Jayah Mawatha

 

Colombo 01

 
   

Mr. P.M. Sunil Silva

Tel: 94-8-32007

Programme Manager

Fax: 94-8-32517

Integrated Development Association

 

No. 20, Hantane Place

 

Kandy

 
   

Ms. N.S. Palihawadana

Tel: (Off.) 94-1-866627

Asst. Conservator of Forests

(Res.) 94-1-851094

Department of Forest Conservation

Fax: 94-1-866633

No. 82, Rajamalwatta Road

 

Battaramulla

 
   

14.2. List of resource persons

IDEA

 
   

Mr. R.M. Amarasekara

Tel: 94-08-32007

Executive Director

Fax: 94-08-32517

IDEA

 

20 Hantana Place

 

Hantana, Kandy

 

Sri Lanka

 

AIT

 
   

Dr. Govind Kelkar

Tel: 66-2-5245673

Associate Professor & Head

Fax: 66-2-5162126

Gender & Development Studies Center

66-2-5246166

Asian Institute of Technology

 

GPO. Box 2754, Bangkok 10501

 

Thailand

 
   

Dr. D. Nathan

Tel: (Off.) 66-2-5162126

Resource Person

(Res.) 66-2-5246257

c/o Gender & Development Studies Center

Fax: 66-2-5162126

Asian Institute of Technology

66-2-5246166

GPO. Box 2754, Bangkok 10501

 

Thailand

 
   

RWEDP

 
   

Dr. W. Hulscher

Tel: 66-2-2802760

Chief Technical Adviser

Fax: 66-2-2800760

FAO/RWEDP

Email: rwedp@ksc. net. th

Maliwan Mansion

 

39 Phra Atit Road

 

Bangkok 10200, Thailand

 

14.3. List of inaugural speakers

14.4. List of FAO/RWEDP staff

14.5. Participants' information note

RWEDP has organised a Sub-regional Training Course on Women and Wood Energy Development, at FAD-RAP, Bangkok, Thailand, 27 November -1 December.

The Training Course is a follow-up of the Regional Expert Consultation on Gender and Wood Energy in Asia, Chiang Mai, Thailand, June 1995. For the Training Course in Bangkok, participants are invited from the RWEDP-member countries in South-Asia (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka), as well as a limited number of observers.

Background

It is widely recognised that the burden of supplying woodfuels for household use in the region is largely carried by women. These women often suffer from rising prices, decreasing fuel quality and increased difficulty of access to woodfuel sources. Many policy changes in pricing of fossil fuels, conservation of forests, and landuse controls also have a disproportionately negative impact on women, especially women from the lower income groups. In order to mitigate the problems that women in particular, but also other groups, face in connection with wood energy, it is necessary to review any planned interventions in the light of their relative impact on different groups within society: men, women, children, minorities, etc. This is important since the problems of women or any other group cannot be separated from the context in which they occur. The approach is known as a gender approach. In recent years, a large number of analytic and data gathering tools have been developed which can simplify the problem of assessing such differential impacts.

The general objective of the course is to familiarise trainees with the use of gender analytic tools and review and assess their appropriateness. The specific objective is to provide trainees with the means to select, modify or design operational procedures to ensure that gender issues are covered in the project design/appraisal process.

Content

The main subjects in the course programme (all with respect to wood energy development) will be:

Participants

The course is intended for higher and middle-level staff from institutions and departments concerned with wood energy planning, policies and strategies in RWEDP member countries in South Asia. Participants will be from the forestry sector, the energy sector and NGOs, i.e. 1 per named category (or equivalent) from each of the RWEDP-member countries in South Asia. They will link to the implementer level of projects and programmes. Females as well as males will be in these categories.

Participants in the course should be nominated by their own organisation in which they hold a relevant position as indicated above, have a good command of English, and be in good health.

Participants are expected to report to RWEDP on follow-up activities in their own organisation. Some participants may be invited for a regional follow-up training sometime in 1996. Participants are invited to bring videos, if available, which link to the subjects of the course.

Nominees should complete the attached nomination form which is to be received by RWEDP before 1 November 1995.

Costs

The costs of the course will be covered by RWEDP, including accomodation based on DSA. Participants' travels to and from Bangkok will be covered by RWEDP. Participants are to arrive in Bangkok on Sunday 26 November and depart on Saturday 2 December.

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