Cap-Net UNDP wants to welcome out new intern, Suparana Katyaini, who will focus on developing the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Platform (MELP) during her internship.
Suparana is pursuing a PhD on ‘Science-policy interface to mitigate water scarcity in India: an assessment of Virtual Water Flows’ from the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati, India. Her research interest, and expertise lies in sustainable water resources management. Suparana has been actively engaged in capacity development activities of SaciWATERs, Cap-Net affiliated network for South Asia (SCaN).
She has received the inaugural Vera Thiess Fellowship for Women from the International River Foundation (IRF) that enables her to further her work in women’s voices in transboundary water governance with the focus on Brahmaputra River. The fellowship is a year-long, international program during which she will work with Global Water Partnership (GWP) and San Antonio River Basin Authority, consolidating our partnership with GWP.