Alumni News and Events

  • 17 May 2019
    News

    IHE Delft alumni join hands on a rainwater harvesting project in Tanzania

    Alumnus Masaka Maganga (2004/2006) from Tanzania and alumnus Nirajan Dhakal (2009/2011) from Nepal, currently Lecturer at IHE Delft, are working together in designing and studying the feasibility of rainwater harvesting technology in Tanzania. The feasibility study project “Mbinguni Maji (Water from Heaven/Hemel (s) water®)” receives support from the Dutch Government “Partners for Water” programme. The project started on 1 January 2019 and will end by 31 December 2019.

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  • 03 May 2019
    News

    To survive, we need to conserve our environment

    Alumna Judy Mugambi was interviewed by journalist Peter Musa for the Daily Nation newspaper of Kenya.

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  • 03 May 2019
    News

    Ms Aline Maraci Lopes Saraiva Okello awarded with a Doctoral degree

    On 2 May 2019, Ms Aline Maraci Lopes Saraiva Okello successfully presented and defended her PhD thesis and was awarded with a Doctoral degree. Professor Stefan Uhlenbrook and Professor Pieter van der Zaag were her promotors and Dr. Ilyas Masih her co-promotor.

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  • 26 Apr 2019
    News

    Graduation Day 2019: 128 water professionals receive their MSc diploma

    25 April 2019 marked an important day. A total of 128 water professionals from over 40 different countries walked towards the historical Old Church in Delft to receive their diplomas. We celebrated the accomplishments of our hard-working students leading up to the moment of their graduation. IHE Delft wishes all graduates the very best in their blooming careers as water experts.

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  • Thursday, March 28, 2019 - 17:30 to 20:00 Event

    Mapping the area affected by Cyclone Idai

    Tropical Cyclone Idai is regarded as one of the worst tropical cyclones on record to affect Africa and the Southern Hemisphere as a whole. The storm caused catastrophic damage in multiple nations, leaving hundreds of people dead, hundreds more missing, and an estimated 400,000 people have lost their homes. On Thursday 28 March, IHE Delft is organizing a Mapathon to map the affected areas in Mozambique, Malawi, and Zimbabwe.

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