WLF draws its strength from its ‘highly motivated and committed’ staff that has proven their mettle by successfully implementing Sustainable Ground Water Management (SuGWM) project in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh during 2011-16. The project demonstrated innovative and community-driven approaches to ground water management in drought-struck Anantapur and Warangal districts.
Currently, following is the human resources strength of WLF: 1. R.V.Ramamohan, Executive Director M.E. (Water Resources Engineering) and PG Certificate course on ‘Technology and Sustainable Development’ from IITM – EPFL. Around 19 years of experience in rural development sector in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Odisha and Bihar states in India. Facilitated planning and implementation of various natural resources management (NRM) projects including water management; groundwater regulations; community forest management; sustainable agriculture and livelihoods. Piloting various innovations; action research; and policy improvement in NRM has been the core focus of work.
2. D. Sirisha, Asst. Programme Manager M.A. Sociology and PGDCM, Trained on Farmers Field schools & SPSS package. Around 13 years of experience in voluntary sector with Groundwater Management projects, livelihoods and Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) activities. Expertise in capacitating the strengths of the local institutions and other NGOs in various Program