Environmental Engineer receives IWC Masters Scholarship

Environmental Engineer receives IWC Masters Scholarship

Elisabeth Tarigan from Indonesia plans to use the knowledge and experience she gains in the IWC Master of Integrated Water Management in strategy and policy-making in water resources management in Jakarta.
Environmental Engineer receives IWC Masters Scholarship

Elisabeth comes from a background of Environmental Engineering and has worked in wastewater, solid wastes and water resources management fields, with experience in strategic planning and policy-making.

“I feel that this is what I do best,” Elisabeth said, “seeing different aspects of water resources management and formulating them into a guideline for water management in Jakarta.”

She is now on staff at Jakarta Capital City Government in the Water Resources Management Division at the Department of Public Works where she works in technical and strategic fields and policy-making in water management in Jakarta.

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