News and activities Bangladesh Wing

  • CEGIS newsletter, Issue 50, October-December 2016
    In this newsletter a.o.: Participatory Approach to Formulate Action Plans for SDG 6 in Bangladesh; Training on Concept of Climate Change: Impacts, Vulnerability, Adaptation and Mitigation Measures; Regional Workshop and Regional Council Meeting of Global Water Partnership South Asia.
    Center for Environmental and (CEGIS), Bangladesh, Tuesday 11 April 2017
  • Knowledge Sharing Meeting of Dynamic Deltas (26 January 2017)
    The meeting will be chaired by H.E. Sheikh Mohammed Belal, Ambassador of Bangladesh to the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
    Delta Alliance Secretary, Wednesday 4 January 2017
  • Asia Water Leadership Award 2016 presented to Bangladesh Wing coordinator
    Delta Alliance Bangladesh Wing coordinator Prof Monowar Hossain received the Asia Water Leadership Award 2016. He got the award for ‘his strategic and iconic contribution to the water community and society at large’.
    Delta Alliance Secretary / Institute of Water Modelling, 15 Augustus 2016
  • Webinar held on tackling salinity and climate change in Bangladesh and The Netherlands In this webinar Fulco Ludwig from Wageningen University discussed how future climate change is set to impact urban water supply in the region. He drew upon his work in the city of Khulna in Bangladesh. Reinier Visser from Acacia Water shared experiences from Bangladesh and The Netherlands. In both countries Acacia Water has been involved in creating freshwater bubbles underground through Managed Aquifer Recharge.
    Delta Alliance Secretary / The Waterchannel, Wednesday 27 January 2016
  • Workshop on Urban flooding in Ganges Delta, 10 May 2015, Dhaka, Bangladesh
    The Delta Alliance Bangladesh Wing is organizing a workshop on ‘Urban Flooding in the Ganges Delta’ on 10th of May. The tentative programme is attached for your reference. For further information, please consult Prof.Dr. M. Monowar Hossain, the coordinator of the wing (mnh(at) 
  • DA Wing Bangladesh in newsarticle: 'Land-reclamation from Bay solution to overpopulation'
    Claiming Bangladesh has already reclaimed around 1,000 square kilometers of land from the sea, Water Resources Minister Barrister Anisul Islam Mahmud on Sunday said the government has given top priority on reclamation of land from Bay of Bengal, reports UNB. Institute of Water Modelling (IWM) and Partners of Delta Alliance Bangladesh Wing jointly organised the workshop on 'Urban Flooding in Ganges-Brahmaputra Delta'
    The News Today, Monday 11 May 2015
  • Floods in Bangladesh; Delta's are highlighted in interview by Nature
    With the Ganges–Brahmaputra delta sinking, the race is on to protect millions of people from future flooding. This article mentions the Bangladesh Delta Plan, and is quoting a number of scientists related to the Delta Alliance.
    Nature, Wednesday 9 April 2014 
  • Workshop on Knowledge Sharing for Delta Management in a Changing Climate
    Institute of Water Modelling and Partners of Delta Alliance Bangladesh Wing organised the workshop on 30 November, 2013 in Dhaka, Bangladesh 
  • Joint Perspective of Knowledge Institutions Called upon to Address Delta Problems
    The Institute of Water Modelling and Partners of DABW organized the Launching Workshop of the Delta Alliance Bangladesh Wing on 25 October 2011 at BRAC Centre INN, Mohakhali, Dhaka.
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    Meeting report >>>
    Video message President Delta Alliance International, Mrs. Tineke Huizinga-Heringa
    Institute of Water Modelling, Bangladesh >>>
  • Second Delta Alliance mission
    From January 6 - 11, 2011 a second Delta Alliance mission to Bangladesh took place. The mission was linked to the 3rd International Conference on Flood and Water Management (ICWFM 2011) which was organized by the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology. Delta Alliance representatives were invited to give a key note speech during the conference.
    The Institute of Water Modeling (IWM) in Bangladesh organized a Delta Alliance meeting linked to the conference. IWM played a large role in establishing the Bangladesh Wing of Delta Alliance and functions as the coordinating agency. The Executive Director of IWM, Prof. Dr. M. Monowar Hossain, is assigned as the Wing coordinator in Bangladesh.
    One of the conference meetings focussed particularly on the establishment of the Delta Alliance Bangladesh Wing. Almost 40 invitees from research institutes, governmental and non-governmental organisations and universities attended the session (e.g. from WARPO, BWDB, ECOMAC, CEGIS, BARC, IWM, BCAS, BIDS, BUET, Bangladesh Agricultural University Mymensing, BRAC University, and LGED). Kees Slingerland, the chairman of Delta Alliance, presented the mission and objectives of Delta Alliance. The Delta Alliance program manager presented the various Wings and illustrated the links with the Water Mondiaal programme. 



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