Reply to: Solar Irrigation Pumps: A New Way of Agriculture in Bangladesh
Mr.Tarif or any other person of interest,
I can provide you semi-portable solar-powered water tanks to feed an entire community in any location as well as solar-powered pumps for irrigation as mentioned by you and in the WB report.
For more information, you may contact me: Shayer Saraf
Reply to: Digital Financial Inclusion of the Rural Poor in Bangladesh
I'm Mamun from Chapai Nawabganj, Bangladesh. I've involved to supply arsenic free safe drinking water. Now I wish to serve safe drinking water in educational institutions. But I have not a water treatment plant. I need some fund to setup plant. How I can get help from World Bank .
I'm waiting for your response.
Reply to: Technology can help Afghanistan better manage its natural disasters
though interested by your article, i noticed, that the scale of the map in figure 1 is flawed. A simple comparison with google maps already shows, that the (in red) flodd affected area should not be more than 300 m * 100 m This leads to confusion, please correct.
Kinds regards, TS
Reply to: Sri Lanka’s women want to work—and thrive in the workplace
I do not agree that TEWA goes against employing women. Your point is not valid. It is the employers who need this reviewed and it works in favour of women. Only amendment I would suggest is that now the law is applicable to those employing 15 workers. No of workers should increase to may be 200
Reply to: WEPOWER: Why South Asia needs more women in its energy sector
This is an important finding, and novel initiative . The process should be carried forward with greater vigour and determination.
Dr.S.K.Pachauri IAS Retd