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Pune turning into city beautiful for Commonwealth Youth Games - DMA NEWSDESK
Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) commissioner Praveen Singh Pardeshi admitted that the construction of the Balewadi-Baner road, which is a link from the city to the stadium, would be considerably delayed beyond the August deadline.
told IANS: "We will be able to give only a transportable road before the games.
Earlier, we had planned a hundred-foot fully equipped road with all the facilities, but all that we will not be able to achieve."
The reason, he
added, was a delay in starting the road construction project.
also said that Rs.1.5 million had been allocated for the city's beautification project that involves green patches and flowerpots along the roads and major intersections of the city.
International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (ISDR) - Who we are
Praveen Pardeshi is the Senior Officer in policy and strategy at the ISDR secretariat in Geneva since 2004.
Since he joined the ISDR he has been working on institutional issues related to disaster risk reduction within the UN, and on promoting disaster risk reduction as a more defined component of the Millennium Development Goals; and guidelines for disaster risk reduction in the Common Country Assessments and UN Development Assistant Framework.
He has coordinated a process, at the initiative of Japan in 2004, to set up an International Recovery Platform which is solidly anchored in the key UN agencies dealing with post disaster recovery, including UNDP, ILO, the World Bank, regional organizations and both developing and developed countries, in particular donors.
An economist with MSc from London School of Economics with a thesis on disaster recovery as a source of institutional change, he was a civil servant in India for 15 years.
managed a World Bank rehabilitation project in Latur 1993-1995, and managed the UNDP rehabilitation project in Gujarat in 2001.
He was the head of the UNDP/BCPR recovery unit in Geneva from 2002-2004.
speaks English and Hindi.
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NCSA has actually taken tiger conservation movement to local communities: Praveen Pardeshi.
January 8, 2007:
Nature Conservation Society Amravati
(NCSA) has actually taken the tiger conservation movement to local communities.
After visiting the works and listening to kids and villagers, I have realized why people from abroad too appreciate the efforts of this grass-root level organization, said Praveen Pardeshi of UNDP.
was on a two-day visit to Melghat
and speaking at a function organized at the NCSA
office in Amravati
Felicitation of Praveen Pardeshi
Mr.Pardeshi visited the CRC Melghat
Praveen Pardeshi was CEO at Zilla Parishad, Amravati in 1990 when he had guided a group of college students to form a NGO for protecting wildlife and forests of this district.
Later, the group expanded its work and established its identity as Nature Conservation Society Amravati
was on a two-day private visit to Melghat
Tiger Reserve to see NCSA's activities, specially the education programmes for Tribal Kids and community works.
At a felicitation function to honour him, he
was presented with a shawl and memento for his
tireless work after the tsunami as Head of UNDP's
disaster Management and Recovery Cell.
expressed happiness at the contribution of NCSA
in the field of wildlife and forest conservation.
and also inter-acted with kids participating in the nature camp at NCSA's community centre at Kotha, near Harisal.
has actually taken tiger conservation movement to local communities: Praveen Pardeshi
Help Tsunami Survivors - Relief Effort Donations, Tsunami News
"When you have seven billion dollars (about R45-billion) committed over the next five years, you can imagine how this problem could be aggravated," said Praveen Pardeshi, of the UN's disaster reduction unit.