Who’s coming to Kampala? – update 17.11.2011

So far we have delegates coming from the following countries (51)

  1. Afghanistan
  2. Angola
  3. Austria
  4. Bolivia
  5. Burkina Faso
  6. Cameroon
  7. Canada
  8. Democratic Republic of Congo
  9. Denmark
  10. Ethiopia
  11. Finland
  12. France
  13. Germany
  14. Ghana
  15. Guatemala
  16. Haiti
  17. Honduras
  18. Iceland
  19. India
  20. Iraq
  21. Ireland
  22. Italy
  23. Japan
  24. Kenya
  25. Liberia
  26. Madagascar
  27. Mali
  28. Mozambique
  29. Nepal
  30. Netherlands
  31. Nigeria
  32. Norway
  33. Pakistan
  34. Peru
  35. Rwanda
  36. Senegal
  37. Sierra Leone
  38. South Africa
  39. South Sudan
  40. Sri Lanka
  41. Sudan
  42. Sweden
  43. Switzerland
  44. Tanzania
  45. Tunisia
  46. Uganda
  47. Ukraine
  48. UK
  49. USA
  50. Zambia
  51. Zimbabwe

and organisations (143):

  1. 6th World Water Forum
  2.  A Glimmer of Hope
  3. Abala Women’s Group
  4. African Development Bank
  5. African Regional Centre for Water and Sanitation (CREPA)
  6. African Village Support/Engineers Without Borders/University of Oxford
  7. Aguaconsult
  8. Apex International
  9. Ajay Industrial Corporation
  10. Associação de Perfuração de Moçambique
  11. Aqua for All
  12. arche noVa
  13. BELIP
  14. BoWE, SNNPR
  15. British Geological Survey
  16. Brunel University
  17. Bushproof
  18. CARE International
  19. Caritas Switzerland
  20. Catholic Relief Services
  21. Centre of Economic and Social Studies
  22. Charity: water
  23. Chris Hani District Municipality
  24. Clear Water Initiative
  25. Coforwa
  26. Commune de Hounde
  27. Community Water & Sanitation Agency (CWSA)
  28. Connect International Netherlands
  29. Consortium CARE-CRS-UICN
  30. COWDO
  31. Cranfield University
  32. Despro
  33. Direction Générale des Ressources en Eau
  34. Eau Vive
  35. Eawag
  36. Engineers Without Borders Canada
  37. Entec AG
  38. EWACO
  39. Excellent Development
  40. Fairwater Africa
  41. Fatigen Drilling Nig Ltd.
  42. Fontes Foundation Uganda
  43. Friends of Londiani
  44. Grundfos Lifelink
  45. H2OnSite B.V.
  46. Hafren Water
  47. Helvetas Swiss Intercooperation
  48. IDO
  49. Il Ngwesi Group Ranch Committee
  50. Immeuble CRS
  51. India Wash Forum
  52. Innovations for Poverty Action
  53. Institute of Rural Development Planning-Dodoma
  54. Integrated Engineering Associates
  55. International Institute for Environment & Development (IIED)
  56. International Lifeline Fund
  57. International Organization for Migration
  58. International Water Management Institute
  59. Intersos
  60. IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre
  61. IRC Ghana/ Community Water and Sanitation Agency
  62. Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
  63. Jabba Engineering
  64. JESE
  65. Kabarole District Local Government, Uganda
  66. Katosi Women Development Trust
  67. KINNAPA Development Programme
  68. Kyakulumbye Development Foundation (KDF)
  69. Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST)
  70. KWAHO
  71. Link to Progress
  72. Lira District Local Government, Uganda
  73. Living Water International
  74. Lund University
  75. Makerere University
  76. Maji na Maendeleo Dodoma
  77. Maluti GSM
  78. Meera & Ceiko Pumps Pvt. Ltd
  79. Millennium Water Alliance
  80. Ministère de l’Eau, Madagascar
  81. Ministry of Water, Malawi
  82. Ministry of Water & Environment, Uganda
  83. Mission Direct
  84. MSABI
  85. Mulanje District Council, Malawi
  86. Multiple Industries
  87. National Water Supply & Drainage Board of Sri Lanka
  88. Norwegian Church Aid
  89. OSRA
  90. Oxfam Australia
  91. Oxford University
  92. Pacific Institute
  93. Project WET Foundation
  94. Protos Uganda
  95. PWN Bedrijfsvoering en Watertechnologie – hydrologie
  96. Rainwater Association
  97. Relief International
  98. Reliefline (Uganda) Limited / Ajay Industrial Corporation Ltd
  99. Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
  100. Royal Holloway, University of London
  101. RUDRA
  102. Rukungiri Water Initiative, Uganda
  103. Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Centre, Nigeria
  104. SamSamWater Foundation / PWN Water Supply Company North Holland
  105. Sandandrano
  106. SANA International
  107. Secours Islamique France
  108. Southern Highlands Participatory Organisation (SHIPO)
  109. Skat
  110. SNV Netherlands Development Organisation
  111. Swiss-Ukrainian Decentralisation Support Project to Ukraine (Despro)
  112. Suiss Development and cooperation (SDC)
  113. Techno Relief Services (u) ltd
  114. The One Foundation
  115. Triple S Uganda
  116. Triple-S Ghana – IRC
  117. TGS Water Ltd
  118. Uganda Environmental Teachers Association
  119. UNICEF
  120. University of Iceland
  121. University of South Florida
  122. Voluntary Action for Development (VAD)
  123. Vergnet Hydro
  124. Victoria Pumps Ltd.
  125. Wagtech(U) Ltd.
  126. WASHCost Mozambique
  127. Water Action
  128. Water & Sanitation Rotarian Action Group
  129. Water 4 Foundation
  130. Water for All/Sweden
  131. Water For People
  132. Water is Life ? Amazzi Bulamu project
  133. Water Purification Systems Ltd (Uganda)
  134. Water Surveys and Resouce Development
  135. Water, Engineering and Development Centre
  136. WaterAid
  137. WaterCan
  138. Water and Sanitation Programme (WSP)
  139. Water is Basic
  140. WE Consult
  141. Welthungerhilfe e.V.
  142. World Bank
  143. World Vision
Comments
2 Responses to “Who’s coming to Kampala? – update 17.11.2011”
  1. Makhosi Dlamini says:

    Hello,

    Is it late to apply for attendance to the forum? I am interested in particpating. I am an employee of the Swaziland Water and Agricultural Development Enterprise (SWADE) and also a member of the WASH SD forum.

    Regards

    • rwsnforum says:

      It’s not too late! We still have some space available, but time is running out. I will email you a booking form.
      Thanks!

      RWSN Team

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