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Past Sponsorship

Funds are raised based on contributions from Aqua~Media International from the revenue of the annual conferences (at least Ł25,000 per year).

There have also been contributions from several companies and individuals.

A total of 148 delegates have been sponsored between 2008 and 2014, with a total of UKŁ 66,024.70 having been spent. 

These funds have been used to co-sponsor the participation at the events listed below:

HYDRO 2014  In Italy, 12 delegates were co-sponsored to attend from Albania, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Uganda, India, Pakistan, Turkey and Lao PDR.

ASIA 2014 in Sri Lanka,  7 delegates were co-sponsored to attend from Nepal, Sri Lanka and Pakistan.

HYDRO 2013 in Austria, 6 delegates were co-sponsored to attend from Sri Lanka, Guinea, Venezuela and India.

AFRICA 2013 in Ethiopia, 17 delegates were co-sponsored to attend from South Africa, Burkina Faso, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Egypt, Guinea, Ethiopia, Japan, Dem Congo, Eritrea and Kenya.

HYDRO 2012
in Spain, 6 delegates were co-sponsored to attend from Guinea, Madagascar, Nepal, Dominica and Venezuala.

ASIA 2012 in Thailand,  11 delegates were co-sponsored to attend from Turkey, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, India, Nepal and Ukraine.

HYDRO 2011 in Czech Rep., 15 delegates were co-sponsored to attend from Nepal, Sri Lanka, Uganda, Iraq, Turkey, Guinea, Costa Rica, Lao PDR, Russia and Cameroon.

HYDRO 2010 in Lisbon, 13 delegates were co-sponsored to attend from Armenia, Cameroon, Cote d'Ivoire, Niger, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Albania, Gabon and Guinea.

ASIA 2010 in Sarawak, 5 delegates were co-sponsored to attend from Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Turkey.

HYDRO 2009 in Lyon, 4 delegates were co-sponsored to attend from Cameroon, Mexico, Costa Rica and Iraq.

HYDRO 2008 in Ljubljana, 4 delegates were co-sponsored to attend, from organizations in Sri Lanka, Georgia, Madagascar and India.

These delegates had all registration fees waived, and the Foundation covered the costs of conference attendance, documentation, all meals, hotel accommodation throughout the conference period, and in some instances a contribution was also made to travel expenses.

Meetings during the conferences, and/or post-conference correspondence, have been used to gain valuable feedback from the sponsored delegates on what they found most useful at the events, and what knowledge and experience they gained which could be of specific use to the hydro/water resources development programmes in their home countries.




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