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Aslam Muhammad Chaudhry

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Background

Employment History

  • Chief of the Water and Natural Resources Branch
    DESA
  • Chief of the Water and Natural Resources Branch
    UN
  • Technical Adviser On Water and Environment
    UN
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Her colleague, Aslam ...
www.harolddoan.com, 6 May 2008 [cached]
Her colleague, Aslam Chaudhry, who is chief of the water and natural resources branch of DESA, said that crops used for biofuel production had also contributed to the current worldwide rise in food prices, since "they depend quite heavily on land and water resources - so we are using our precious natural resources for the production of these crops."
"At the same time, poor people in developing countries do not have food and had those natural resources been managed for the production of cereal crops, we might not have seen this crisis," he added.
Aslam Chaudhry, a UN ...
www.eurasianet.org, 11 Oct 2007 [cached]
Aslam Chaudhry, a UN technical adviser on water and environment who helped organize the Dushanbe Water Forums in 2003 and 2005, said that despite public posturing both Uzbekistan and Tajikistan were engaging in meaningful, though low-profile discussions.
"Undoubtedly the Uzbeks will be affected by the Rogun dam, but this project has been on the scene since 1976.They've not made much progress.It still requires a lot of research.Nobody knows just how cost effective it will be," Chaudhry said.
"But the Tajiks and Uzbeks have a working relationship.These discussions are not in the political forefront, but are behind closed doors," he continued.
MediaGlobal: Hopes grow for an African fertilizer industry
www.mediaglobal.org, 23 May 2008 [cached]
With much of the continent lacking the infrastructure and funding needed to build chemical plants, "Africa is totally reliant on imports of fertilizer, [diminishing] the productivity level in the agriculture sector," said Aslam Chaudhry, Chief of the Water and Natural Resources branch of the UN's Division for Sustainable Development.
Bringing down the cost of fertilizer is essential to increasing access. "You need to somehow provide some economic incentives to the farmers so that they can use more and more fertilizer," Chaudhry told MediaGlobal.
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"It generated a lot of investment in the private sector in those countries to install fertilizer factories, fertilizer plants, and these people started to produce fertilizer," Chaudhry said.
MediaGlobal » Blog Archive » Economic outlook positive for Africa in 2007*
mediaglobal.org, 1 Jan 2007 [cached]
"South Africa has basically demonstrated that where there is political will anything can be done," said Aslam Chaudhry a Senior Technical Advisor in water resource management with the United Nations.
Chaudhry also cited success stories in countries that were less-developed than South Africa, like in Uganda, where the percentage of people with access to drinking water has tripled to 61 percent in recent years, and Tanzania, where sanitation is now available to 90 percent of the population.
Chaudhry emphasized that the predicted economic growth in Africa should be utilized to improve water and sanitation conditions, asking "To what extent do the benefits of that growth, could be invested back into water and sanitation?"
Her colleague, Aslam ...
www.imaginedurban.org [cached]
Her colleague, Aslam Chaudhry, who is chief of the water and natural resources branch of DESA, said that crops used for biofuel production had also contributed to the current worldwide rise in food prices, since "they depend quite heavily on land and water resources - so we are using our precious natural resources for the production of these crops."
"At the same time, poor people in developing countries do not have food and had those natural resources been managed for the production of cereal crops, we might not have seen this crisis," he added.
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