Stichting Bakens Verzet
1018 AM Amsterdam, Netherlands
Reg.nr. 34235506 Chamber of Commerce/KvK Amsterdam
BTW/VAT nr. NL8150.17.972 B01
Bank: Triodos Bank : IBAN NL90 TRIO 078.13.27.598
Schoener 50, 1771 ED Wieringerwerf, The Netherlands
Tel 0031-227-604128; E-mail (nameatendofline)@xs4all.nl; Homepage: http://www.flowman.nl (bakensverzet)
Edition 15 :14 March, 2007
First names:Terrence Edward
Birth: Wellington, New Zealand 21st July 1942
Nationality: New Zealand
Marital status: Married, with two adult children
1771 ED Wieringerwerf
Netherlands (Direct) Tel: 0031-227-604128
E-Mail : (nameatendofline)@xs4all.nl (manning)
Bachelor of Laws (LL.B)
Victoria University of Wellington (NZ), 1964
1966-1967 New Zealand
1964-1966 France, Netherlands, Sweden
1942-1964 New Zealand
2006-2007 Coordination of website.
2006 Drafting submission for EU-ACP Water Facility
2005 Formation Stichting
2005 Project development “Whyknots” Knots boards
2002-2005 Project leader Senter project TSOM 1013 “Beosite handpumps” for local manufacture in developing countries
2004 Corrective phonetics course (18 lessons) prepared for Dutch students of English
2004 Intensive tense training course prepared for English language students(16 lessons)
2004 The auxiliary game 7 lessons for English language students
2004 Short course (12 lessons) on local money systems (currently in Dutch, can be made available in English)
2004 The fight against poverty- modern concepts of development aid - course 15 lessons (currently in Dutch, but can be made available in English)
2004 Development structures and technologies (course 21 lessons)
1993-2005 intensive work on a Model for self-financing integrated development for the world’s poor
1990-2002 (with Italian partners) the solar submersible horizontal axis piston pump technology
1991-1992 Consultant re-organisation of Rasini & Vigano insurance brokers (branch leaders) in Milan
1990 Inlingua School Milan - intensive drilling in the English language for managers going abroad
1980-1989 Development (with Italian partners) of the spring rebound inertia hand pump technology
1983-1991 Self-written and managed English language courses for primary school groups, intermediate school groups and adult groups (public library initiative)
1976-1980 Purchasing agent for French mail order company
1972-1976 Assistant to Central Manager of Riunione Adriatica di Sicurta (second insurance group in Italy)
1970-1971 English language teaching Italy, British Council in Milan
1969-1970 English language teaching Cambridge School, Milan
1966-1968 Practice as solicitor, Hogg Gillespie Carter and Oakley, Lower Hutt, NZ
1965-(summer) English language teaching with the British Council - Sweden
1964-1965 English language assistant Lycee Rotrou, Dreux, France
1964-1966 Worked way around the continent of Europe
1959-1963 Legal studies and work with the Legal Branch of the Ministry of Works in Wellington, New Zealand
Fluent : English, mother tongue
Italian: Fluent (25 years residence in Italy)
French: Regular practical use (reading, spoken, and written) since 1964
Dutch : Fluent (14 years of residence in the Netherlands).
Reading knowledge: Spanish, some German
Numerous papers and articles on advanced pumping technologies and integrated development throughout the world
Creation of public libraries (Italy);
School administration (Italy);
Library administration (Italy)
Internet debates on water, sanitation, poverty alleviation and development issues in general;
Alternative finance systems
Member Social Affairs Commission 199201996, Wieringermeer Council, Netherlands
Terry Manning is a New Zealand lawyer. He is married with Janna Moerland (born in the Wieringermeer, Netherlands) and has two adult sons.
Much of his working life has been in Italy where he was directly involved with the development of innovative pumping technologies for the world’s poor and in particular the spring rebound inertia hand pump technology and the solar submersible horizontal axis piston pump technology. For family reasons, he has been living in the Netherlands since 1993.
His observations of the world of development were such that he decided it had to be possible for even the poorest to self-finance their own basic development. After many years’ self-financed work, he has succeeded in moulding an original combination of social, financial, productive and services structures into a Model for self-financing integrated development suitable for general application in rural and poor urban areas.
Terry Manning has placed his work in the public domain, where it is managed in the public interest through Stichting Bakens Verzet (“NGO Another Way”) of which he is director.
The Senter TSOM 1013 “Beosite hand pump” project was designed to enable hand and/or solar pumps to be made using local materials with 100% value added in low-cost, labour-intensive, zero-energy, project level production units wherever possible within the framework of local money systems.
The Stichting Bakens Verzet has been set up to promote the continuity of Terry Manning’s work. Website www.flowman.nl is recognised by internet search engines (including Google ® and meta searches), excluding Yahoo, as a leading resource world-wide, if not the world’s leading resource, on integrated development for the world’s poor.