Research is a way where we can understand the core of the problems and can recommend the best practical solutions. It is vital to investigate and study about real life issues in the line of academia and reflect it back to support in policy making and implementation in the grass-root levels. It means the different dimensions of analysis and data must be interpreted in simpler form into information and then reachable to a wider audience from general public to high profile decision makers.
Case Study Presentation at ‘UN Geneva’- ‘Local and inclusive water management for conflict prevention’
Case Study Presentation at ‘Stockholm World Water Week’- ‘Transforming the water sector through the power of women and youth’
Case Study Presentation at ‘International Symposium on Water Supply Technology at Yokohama, Japan’- ‘Unfolding the Role of Youth and Potentials of ICTs in Drinking Water Quality Monitoring Mechanism’