Find out about some of our collaborators, who have worked with us on our publications, workshops, blogs and videos.
Avni has over six years of experience of managing research projects in the international development sector, across the areas of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) with a cross-cutting focus on gender equality and social inclusion (GESI).
Bharat Adhikari, currently works as a communication and capacity development expert at the Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Fund Development Board under the Ministry of Water Supply. For the past two decades his work has been instrumental in bringing the WASH sector closer to the media - achieving vital constitutional changes for WASH in Nepal.
Mr. Kamal Adhikari was one of the key architects of the Sanitation and Hygiene Master Plan 2011 of the Government of Nepal that triggered the nationwide ODF campaign. Having more than two decades of experience in the WASH sector, he published the book titled Sanitation in Nepal: Past, Present and Future in 2012.
Yadjidé coordinates the activities of PAPHyR executed in Benin. It implements the National Strategy for the Promotion of Basic Hygiene and Sanitation, with CLTS as the gateway.
A lecturer at the Department of Science, School of Continuing Education, Bayero University Kano. He is currently a PhD geography candidate (with specialization in environmental management) at the Department of Geography, Bayero University, Kano. His areas of interest are Faecal Sludge Management, Water Resource Management, Pollution Control and Ecological Hazards.
Abdulwahab is a civil engineer with over 30 years experience working in WASH. He helped introduce CLTS to Yemen back in 2007 and is now Head of Water and Environment Unit for Yemen Social Fund for Development, leading their rural sanitation activities.
Koushiki is a development professional with 10+ years of experience working on WASH and public health in India and briefly on humanitarian WASH in Africa. She is currently working as the WASH-CCES Monitoring and Evaluation focal point in UNICEF India country office. She is an alumnus of London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and a Jeroen Ensink Scholar (2017).
Dr Dani Barrington is a Lecturer in the School of Population and Global Health at The University of Western Australia. Her research uses inclusive participatory methods that encourage people to talk openly about sensitive sanitation issues, particularly menstruation and incontinence.
Amita is a freelance consultant with 7 years’ experience in working on equality, non discrimination and inclusion in WASH. Amita holds a PhD on the WASH needs of perimenopausal women making the transition to the menopause in urban Ghana.
Manja has been working with Rural Village Water Resources Management Project (RVWRMP) in Nepal since 2017. Long term experience with different organizations on Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI), WASH and Menstrual hygiene management issues of grassroots level. Completed Master's degree in Education 2015 and Masters in Sociology 2019 form Tribhuwan University.
Co-founder and former staff member at the CLTS Knowledge Hub, IDS, now consultant with 13 years' experience of knowledge management, participatory workshop facilitation, communications and networking. Interested in behaviour change and embodied leadership in environment and social justice.
A social scientist and researcher focused on WASH in Asia and Pacific regions, Naomi’s research includes WASH-gender equality nexus, integration between WASH and planetary boundary considerations, and approaches to progressing Human Rights to Water and Sanitation at local government level.
Paresh has 11+ years’ experience in the development sector. He is keenly interested in governance, public policy, public finance, and social justice aspects of WASH. His doctoral research analyses the developments in sanitation policy and the determinants of planning FSM at the sub-national levels in India.
Portia Dery is a Ghanaian writer and development worker with a deep interest in community development, literacy, and youth issues. She runs readings clinics for children via the African Youth Writers Organization (AYWO), writes children’s fiction and works in a rural district as a social development officer.
Michelle Farrington is a specialist working in public health and epidemic response. She has over 10 years of experience working in humanitarian and low-income contexts across Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
Christine's work focuses primarily on the use of participatory methodologies in formative research and evaluations, in order to enhance behaviour change interventions for public health. Christine is also currently studying for a PhD on the effectiveness of WaSH behaviour change interventions for pastoralist communities in Afar region, Ethiopia.