, Mumbai campus
M.Sc. in Water Management with specialisation in Water Resource Management (UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, Netherlands), Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (Institute of Chemical Technology Formerly known as UDCT, Mumbai)
Sachin Tiwale is with Centre for Water Policy Regulation and Governance as an Assistant Professor. His research interests include urban water governance, revealing technopolitics, participatory irrigation management and river basin management.
Prior to joining TISS, Mr. Tiwale was associated with non-government organisations and working on food security issues. Mr. Tiwale also has an experience of implementing watershed management programs in Chhattisgarh and northern Maharashtra.
Tiwale, S. (2020). Jalyukt Shivar hi dhakkatantrach? (Jalyukta Shivar too a shock?). Loksatta, October 18, 2020. (Marathi).
Tiwale, S. (2020). Jalyukt Shivarla apayash ka aale? (Why Jalyukt Shivar failed?). Loksatta, September 20, 2020. (Marathi).
Tiwale, S. (2019). Number narratives of water shortages and technopolitics of water appropriation in the urban agglomeration: The case of Mumbai Metropolitan Region. Paper presented at the 9th International Congress On Technology, Science and Society, October 3-4, Madrid, Spain.
Rusca, M., Ferrero, G., Tiwale, S., Alda Vidal, C., & Boakye-Ansah, A. (2016). Water security in sub-urban spaces in the global South: The case of Lilongwe, Malawi. Paper presented at the WASH Futures Conference 2016, May 16-20, Brisbane, Australia.
An Assessment of the status of Water User Associations of Maharashtra supported by Ministry of Water Resources Development, Government of Maharashtra.
Right to City - Urban water component (supported by Ford Foundation)
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