INFORSE South Asia

INFORSE South Asia is the South Asian chapter of the International Network For Sustainable Energy.  Formed in 1992 at the Rio Earth Summit, it is a network of 50 NGOs active regionally and nationally in Bangladesh, India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. These NGOs work in the area of pro-poor renewable energy access, gender sensitive sustainable development and climate change resilience. 

Our members are actively involved in the international climate and development summits, bridging local level practice with policy at the national and international levels.

Raymond Myles of INSEDA is the regional coordinator of INFORSE South Asia.

The National Coordinators are:

India: All India Women’s Conference and Women’s Action For Development

Bangladesh:Grameen Shakti

Nepal: Centre For Rural Technology, Nepal

Sri Lanka: Integrated Development Association

Interested organizations can apply for membership using this form:

INFORSE_S Asia_Membership_Form .

You can mail this form to , cc’ing to .



Fostering South-South Cooperation

Promoting national and inter-regional as well as South-South (S-S) and South-North-South (S-N-S) cooperation and network among organisations that are working in the fields of energy, ecology and environment development.

Facilitate Green Technology Transfer

Undertaking appropriate technology transfer in other developing countries; as well as, from other countries to India. Acting as a facilitator for such linkages.

Promote Sustainable Development

Assisting the undertaking of sustainable energy based decentralised power generation, especially in rural areas of the country.