Marylaure Crettaz Corredor
Head, SDC, Chair
Marylaure has supported knowledge sharing and policy processes in different fields at national and regional levels (Andes, West Africa, Central America and the Caribbean, South Asia), as well as in global platforms, within SDC Global Programme Food Security and Climate Change & Environment. She has a Masters in Geology and Earth Sciences, University of Lausanne and Bern, Switzerland.
Dr. Mark Smith, IWMI- Co Chair
Regional Project coordinator, and Director General
SDC Project Manager
Divya holds a Masters in Environmental Management from University of Oxford and Masters in Regional Planning and Rural Development from School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi.
Dr. Aditi Mukherji
Regional Project Leader, IWMI – Member Secretary
Dr. Alok Sikka
Lead, Groundwater Component and Country Representative, IWMI India
He brings extensive experience from his long term employment at the India Center for Agricultural Research which culminated in the role of Deputy Director General (Natural Resource Management), and Deputy Director General (Agri. Extension). At ICAR he lead a research portfolio covering: farming systems research, conservation agriculture, decision support tools for water management, drought analysis and management, land use planning, land use hydrology, Integrated Watershed Management, water harvesting and ground water recharge, soil erosion mapping, and modelling & Sedimentation. He has a PhD in Civil & Environment, Energy, Hydrology & Water Resources from Utah State University, USA.
Dr. Tushaar Shah
Advisor and member of Project Advisory Committee
Additional Director (RE) ISA NFP/CP Coordinator Representative, International Solar Alliance, ISA
Professionally a Mechanical Engineer & Certified Energy Auditor. +30 years of experience in the field of Renewable Energy & Energy Conservation. Worked in Chhattisgarh State Renewable Energy Development Agency (CREDA), as Regional Head & Project Head for Solar Electrification and Operation maintenance of more than 1800 locations including remote un electrified villages, tribal hostels, community places, government buildings, institutions in urban areas, Solar Pumps for irrigation/drinking water, Energy Conservation/Efficiency in Urban Local Bodies/Govt Institutions/Industries etc. and Compliance of Renewable Purchase Obligation (RPO)
&Renewable Energy Certificate mechanism of Government of India within Chhattisgarh State. Joined International Solar Alliance (ISA), since April 2018, as Additional Director (RE), heading the ISA Programme No. 1 – Scaling Solar Applications for Agricultural Use. Simultaneously working as ISA Coordinator for National Focal Points and Contact Points of ISA Countries. Recently concluded the first ever largest International Competitive Bid for Price Discovery of 272,579 Nos. of Solar Water Pumping Systems for 22 ISA Member Countries.
# Twice visited Hiroshima University, Japan to give lecture on Solar PV Technology.
# Presented papers on renewable energy & energy conservation in more than twenty National & International Conferences
# Papers published in National & International Souvenirs/Magazines
# Life Member of Solar Energy Society of India (SESI), Society of Energy Engineers & Managers (SEEM) and Chartered Engineer
S. M. Monirul Islam
Deputy CEO and CFO Representative, IDCOL, Bangladesh
Mr. S. M. Monirul Islam joined IDCOL in 1998 and worked as a key resource person of the Company since its inception. Mr. Islam holds substantial wealth of experience in financial management and he is an expert in negotiating and managing funds from the government and various development partners. He has been managing, apart from the company’s own resources, about USD 1 billion of development funds, in the forms of credit and grant, raised from development partners like The World Bank, Asian Development Bank (ADB), Islamic Development Bank (IDB), UK Department for International Development (DFID), German Development Bank (KFW), German Development Cooperation (GIZ), SNV – Netherlands Development Organisation, Global Partnership on Output Based Aid (GPOBA), Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Bangladesh Climate Change Resilience Fund (BCCRF), etc.
Mr. Islam has been trained, home and abroad, on financial management and reporting, project financing, financial modeling, procurement, project evaluation and monitoring, prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing, micro-finance and ICT. Mr. Islam has led several delegations to different overseas forums and events and represented the organization as well as the country. He presented key notes and addressed a number of national and international seminars and workshops. Mr. Islam is a key person in designing and implementing promotion and capacity building initiatives under the development programs of the organization.
Apart from financial management, Mr. Islam also oversees the operations activities of the organization which include procurement, administration, people management and ICT.
Representative GERMI, Gujarat, India
Representative, AEPC Nepal
Muhammad Tahir Anwar
Representative FWMC, Pakistan
The overall purpose of the Project Steering Committee (PSC) is to review and approve annual work plans, monitor progress in project execution, provide strategic and policy guidance, and to support communication and dissemination of project outcomes. The Project Steering Committee will have decision-making authority to review the overall project development over the project life time.
The Project Steering Committee shall consist of six (6) regular members and five (5) co-opted members.