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List of people and organizations met and consulted with during UNDP missions

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Meeting

Date

Participants

Arannayk Foundation

Farid Uddin Ahmed

Executive Director

Brac, Dhaka in CXB

Sirajul Islam, Md., PhD

Programme Head Agriculture and Food Security

CXB North Forest Division

Hoq Mahub Morshed

Divisional Forest Officer

CXB South Forest Division

Ali Kabir Haider

Deputy Conservator of Forests

Embassy of Switzerland, Dhaka

Anindya Dutta

Programme Officer

Embassy of Switzerland, Dhaka

Elsässer, Beate K.

Deputy Head of Mission

Embassy of Switzerland, Dhaka

Holenstein, RenĂŠ

Ambassador, Head of Mission

Embassy of Switzerland, Dhaka

Weiersmueller, Martin

Humanitarian Emergency Coordinator

FAO Dhaka

Johnson, Kristopher

Forest Inventory and Carbon Assessment

FAO, CXB

Agnew, Peter

Emergency Programme Coordinator

FAO Rome

Henry, Matieu

N/A

Helvetas, Zurich

Cippa, Andrea

WASH Expert

IOM / OCHA

Baars, Margot@

Coordination

ISCG / OCHA

Belanger, Julie

ISCG NGO Coordination and Support Team

IUCN Dhaka

Haseeb Md. Irfanullah

Programme Coordinator

IUCN Dhaka

Mohammad Abdul Motaleb

Programme Officer

IUCN Dhaka

Ishtiaq Uddin Ahmad

Country Representative

Red Cross Federation

Reynolds, Gavin

Environment specialist

Prog for Helpless and Lagged Societies (PHALS), CXB

Abu Murshed Chowdhury (Khoka)

Chairman & CEO

Swiss Humanitarian Aid

Broger, Mikhail

Site planner with UNHCR

Swiss Humanitarian Aid

Keller, Hans

WASH / Site planning with IOM

Swiss Humanitarian Aid

Keusen, Robert

Logistic Hospital CXB

Swiss Humanitarian Aid

Geeser, Frederic

WASH / UNICEF

UNHCR Geneva in CXB

Quigley, Paul

Energy Specialist

UNHCR Geneva in CXB

Dekrout, Andrea

Environment Specialist

UN Women, Bangkok

Pettersson, Marie

Coordination Analyst

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