STAFF REPORT IBD: Hydrolink has recently organized a five-day training workshop for operators of SWAT on Operation, Maintenance and Management of Micro Hydro Power plant in collaboration with the Sarhad Rural Support Programme (SRSP) under the EU funded PEACE projects.
The main aim of the PEACE project is to reduce the negative impact of economic deprivation, poverty and social inequality in the areas affected by security crisis and natural disasters and to turn this into opportunities to build and empower the communities.
As many as 30 operators for ten micro hydel projects successfully participated in the training and learned the theoretical and practical training. SRSP field engineers also participated in the training and appreciated the training. On the occasion, Bahar Ahmed, SRSP HRD Head, also presented his views about the need and outcome of the training and appreciated the efforts of Hydrolink management team for successfully organizing operation and management training for SRSP MHPs Operators of Swat.
Engr. Fazli Rabbi, CEO of Hydrolink, at the opening session of the training appreciated SRSP for organizing such trainings and said that Hydrolink being leader and professional manufacturer of the sector is in discussion with international manufacturers and consultants to transfer the technology.