Harold Lockwood is an expert in water supply and sanitation with over twenty-four years of international work experience focussing on the rural sub-sector in areas including: institutional analysis, sector reform and policy development, decentralisation of service provision; programme design, monitoring and evaluation; community participation and management and sustainability of services. Harold co-authored a book on rural water service provision in 2011, outlining the key challenges and emerging solutions to sustaining scaled up delivery of water supply; see: http://practicalaction.org/supporting-rural-water-supply
Harold holds an M.Sc. and has worked in a wide range of countries in Latin America, Asia and Africa, including a long-term position in Pakistan between 1993 and 1995, where he was a technical advisor to the Local Government and Rural Development Department and in Nicaragua from 1996 to 1999 where he was advisor to the National Institute for Water and Sanitation. Since then Harold has undertaken dozens of short-term assignments in many countries and with a range of clients including national governments, major bi-lateral donors, multi-lateral agencies, UN organizations, international NGOs, Foundations and private sector companies. He is the director of the UK consulting firm Aguaconsult.
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