International Rainwater Catchment Systems Association (IRCSA)
1989-08 Manila Philippines
Aug 1989, Manila (Philippines), at 4th International Rainwater Cistern Systems Conference. Officially launched, Aug 1991, Taiwan.
Promote and advance rainwater catchment systems technology with respect to planning, development, management, science, technology, research and education worldwide; establish an international forum for scientists, engineers, educators, administrators and those concerned in this field; draft international guidelines on this technology and update and disseminate information; collaborate with and support international programmes.
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Officers: President; Immediate Past-President; Past-President; 3 Vice-Presidents; Secretary-General; Treasurer. Regional Directors (Africa, Europe, Latin America/Caribbean, North America, South Asia, East Asia, Middle East, Pacific/Australia); 3 Directors (Urban Affairs, Women's Programmes, Special Programmes); Director-at-large. 41 National Representatives. Regional organizations: ARCSA (North America); EARCSA (East Asia); U-XM0979 - Latin American and Caribbean Rainwater Harvesting Network; F-XM0980 - Southern and Eastern Africa Rainwater Network (SearNet).
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