Mr Shamen Vidanage assumes duties as the Acting Country Representative of IUCN Sri Lanka Country Office

18 April 2011 | News story
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Mr Shamen Vidanage assumes responsibility as the Acting Country Representative of IUCN Sri Lanka Country Office with effect from April 2011.

Mr Vidanage has been with IUCN for nearly 10 years, While being charged with this task, he continues as the Programme Coordinator responsible for the entire Country Programme operations. 

Mr Vidanage holds a MSc in Environmental Economics, MA in Economics and BSc in Agriculture. His entire professional career has been on natural resources management which includes senior positions held at Central Environmental Authority and National Aquatic Resources Research and Development Agency.



1 Daniel Coast Conservation Department
Mannar Coast Conservation officer
Congratulation ... welcome you to mannar...
February 26, 2014 - 04:31
2 jayantha individual
One of my friend from sweden has written to him & await a reply after few reminders. How can i congratulate this man when he can not at least reply an email??? such an irresponsible organization.
February 5, 2013 - 20:13
3 Noyel Edirisuriya Department of Agriculture
Dear Shamen

Congratulations on your achievements in a sector which Sri Lanka really wants to be concerned
July 30, 2011 - 13:40
4 A Rajasooriya Environmental consultant
Knew you long years ago and I am happy with the transition. IUCNSL needs young blood...good luck shamen
July 2, 2011 - 14:09
5 ARM.Haleem Coast Conservation Department

Dear Sir,
I am Very happy.Go head with your good work.
Welcome to Mannar
May 26, 2011 - 20:22
6 H.M.Bandaratillake Forestry Consultant
Shamen, Congradulations on your achievement. Go head with your good work.
May 19, 2011 - 06:43
7 Prof. Ivan Silva CanLanka Online Learning Portal
Dear Shamen
I am pleased to see you that you are climbing the ladder.
Keep up
Prof. Silva
May 13, 2011 - 04:57
8 I.Dissanayake Ministry of Highways
Environmental Specialist
Congradulations, Happy to hear this good news . You can do much more things protect environment of Sri Lanka.Keep it going .
Theruwan saranai
May 6, 2011 - 13:31
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