I have worked in the water and sanitation sector for about thirty years, primarily on the roles and capacity of communities, local government, and the private sector to manage rural, small town, and peri-urban water supplies. I have worked in all phases of the project cycle: planning and appraisal, implementation, supervision and monitoring, and evaluation. I have also carried out studies on specific topics; my webpage (see below) has links to my reports and publications. In the last couple of years, I have also done considerable work on knowledge-sharing and building communities of practice in the sector through using online tools and social media.
I have previously worked for the World Bank as a Water and Sanitation Specialist; as a SIDA and DANIDA advisor on rural water and sanitation projects; as the principal researcher on several major field studies on rural development and rural water supply; and as a university lecturer.
I have a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley.
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