Tania Imran holds a BE. in Environmental Engineering and an MSc in Groundwater and Global Change. As a recipient of the Erasmus+ scholarship, she has graduated with a degree in Water Science and Engineering from IHE Delft Institute for Water Education (The Netherlands), Environmental Engineering from Instituto Superior Técnico (University of Lisbon, Portugal) and Hydroscience Engineering from Technische Universität Dresden (Germany).
She has previously served as a program officer at an environmental think tank where she worked with development partners such as World Bank, Oxfam GB, USAID, and UK-BEIS on different research agendas and knowledge products. In addition, she has designed and executed comprehensive fieldwork campaigns within Pakistan, Netherlands and Germany, mainly focusing on water quality and greenhouse gas emissions.
Tania also has expertise in groundwater modelling (MODFLOW), water resources allocation (WEAP), geospatial analysis (QGIS), urban water management (SWMM), and statistical analysis (R programming). She is currently working as a consultant/researcher at the FutureWater office in Wageningen and is determined to sustainably address the increasingly complex water and climate issues using innovative tools.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in Pakistan has recently secured Green Climate Fund (GCF) funds for increasing the climate resilience of agriculture and water management in the Indus Basin. Given the region’s climate vulnerability, it is critical to improve information services and build the country’s…
The Mekong State Of the Basin Report (SOBR) is published by MRCS every five years. It provides information on the status and trends of water and related resources in the Mekong Basin, from an economic, social and environmental perspective. This project involves the hydrological and satellite-based analyses concerning spatiotemporal dynamics…
Groundwater is one of the most important freshwater resources for mankind and for ecosystems, and has been declared as an Essential Climate Variable (ECV) by GCOS, the Global Climate Observing System. However, the Copernicus Services do not yet deliver data on this fundamental resource, nor is there any other data…