We would like to connect as many early-career hydrologists around the globe as possible and think one good way to facilitate this is through active YHS representatives in every country. This might be you?!
Ideally, each country has a small group of active members that form the board of a YHS National Branch. They can organize events for their peers and form the link between a their national hydrological organization(s) and the global early-career hydrology community.
More than ideal would be if one or more of these board members can actively represent the interests of early-career hydrologists at the national hydrological organizations and is the responsible link between a country’s hydrological community and the YHS as a YHS National Representative.
This is how we envision the YHS connecting to you and your peers. Please have a look at some of the National Branches listed below to learn about what they are up to.
Are you interested? Sure you are! The current National Branch in your country is surely interested in your help! You can contact the current National Representative(s) from your country and indicate you would like to contribute. Hold on, what if there is no National Representative or Branch for my country yet? Consider yourself a suitable candidate for starting one and contact firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Becoming a national rep’ in the subject line along with your ideas!
YHS National Branches
YHS National Representatives:
|Rollis Jiofack||Burkina Faso|
|Camila Alvarez Garreton||Chile|
|Sergio Andrés Salazar Galán||Colombia|
|Ingrid Alfaro López||El Salvador|
|Fasil Teshome Worku||Ethiopia|
|Shakir Ali Khan||India|
|Ruth Katui Nguma||Kenya|
|Tim van Emmerik||Netherlands|
|Bethel Ugochukwu ukazu||Nigeria|
|Shabeh ul Hasson||Pakistan|
|James Ayuk||South Africa|
|Coli Ndzabandzaba||South Africa|
Currently we are still looking for motivated early-career hydrologists to help build up our network. If you are interested, please write us: email@example.com with ‘Becoming a national rep’ in the subject line.