Minni Jain is the Operations Director of the Flow Partnership, UK, working globally on community driven decentralized water management, catchment and landscape restoration. Her skills are in partnership building at all levels and together, achieving shared community objectives. Through setting up a water school, she is helping make accessible to communities globally, traditional, scientifically backed methods of reviving rivers and stopping flooding.


Philip Franses uses his expertise in holistic thinking to address global challenges through multi-stakeholder processes. He also works on different financial mechanisms for communities while keeping the emphasis on restoring water in its vital place within the cycles of nature. Philip studied mathematics at New College, Oxford, UK and has worked designing intelligent software for a variety of organisations. Philip teaches Holistic Science, is Editor in Chief of the Holistic Science Journal and is the author of Time Light and the Dice of Creation.


Chetna Joshi uses her skills in research to connect science, policy, practice related to water & biodiversity conservation and climate. She also uses her experience of working with the government, advocacy support for community based organizations and resourcing through credible funding agencies to bring them together successfully to make communities water rich. Chetna holds a doctorate in the Microbial Biochemistry from IIT Delhi .


Ashok Meena and Mohit Priydarshi ( Whispering Walls Films, Pune ) are two socially & environmentally conscious film makers, having graduated from the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune. They create digital dissemination tools and films for CCRF and TFP to help replicate landscape and catchment restoration work globally.


The Flow Partnership

The Flow Partnership, a UK based NGO, works with partners to rejuvenate landscapes and counter the increasing threat of floods, droughts, soil erosion, habitat loss at their source. 

Tarun Bharat Sangh, Alwar, Rajasthan

Tarun Bharat Sangh is an Alwar, Rajasthan based not for profit organization that promotes the community-driven-decentralized-management of the natural resources.