Introducing Asian Institute of Technology (AIT): A new partner organisation of SuSanA

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Introducing Asian Institute of Technology (AIT): A new partner organisation of SuSanA


We would like to welcome Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)
from Thailand as a new SuSanA partner organisation!

The following text is taken from their application form and was written by the partner organisation themselves.

Description and Activities in Sustainable Sanitation:
The Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) is an international postgraduate institute of higher education based in Thailand. Established in 1959 as the first postgraduate school in the region, it boasts of over 21,000 alumni in 101 countries and territories. Ranked world's Number "1" in international orientation (by UMultirank), AIT works with nearly 200 partners all over the world.

Contact person:
Bajinder Pal Singh

Website
www.ait.ac.th

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Re: Introducing Asian Institute of Technology (AIT): A new partner organisation of SuSanA

Welcome to Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) as a new SuSanA partner!

It is interesting to find four projects of AIT in SuSanA project database .

One of the project is ‘’Sustainable Decentralized Wastewater Management in Developing Countries’’ that have been tested in Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam.
The project seems to have ended in 2016, however we are eager to hear an update if there is a continuous phase and if more projects that are similar are planned in future.

Kind regards

Hajrah

SuSanA Intern // Student in Water Resources Engineering and Management at Stuttgart University
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