Tashveera Jagganath is a Project Assistant at OneWorld. Tashveera is highly qualified in Environmental and Water Science, holding a Master’s Degree in the field. She is knowledgeable in various areas such as environmental assessment and management, geographical information systems (GIS), hydrogeology, surface-water hydrology, and geomorphology.At OneWorld, Tashveera works as a project co-ordinator and researcher, providing administrative and research support for ongoing projects.
Tashveera has been critically involved in supporting the research and stakeholder engagement components of several projects undertaken by OneWorld. These include conducting research for UNICEF country offices on “Climate Landscape Analysis for Children (CLAC),” supporting the facilitation and management of dialogues for the Presidential Climate Commission (PCC) and organising and participating in over 100 stakeholder engagements for the development of the “Groundwater Strategy for the Limpopo River Basin” with support from SADC Groundwater Management Institute (SADC-GMI) and the Limpopo Watercourse Commission (LIMCOM). She also assists with business development and knowledge management, keeping track of potential tenders, learning and conference opportunities. Tashveera’s academic excellence at the University of the Western Cape (UWC) in the Earth Science Department earned her membership in the Golden Key International Honour Society.