Professor Juliet Willetts leads applied research to inform policy and practice in water and sanitation in Asia-Pacific. Her work covers technical, institutional and governance aspects, climate change, gender equality, participation, entrepreneurship and monitoring, across rural and urban contexts.
Mainstreaming climate risks into rural sanitation programming in Lao PDR
SLH Learning Briefs | 13
Reaching All in Rural Sanitation: Experiences from Inclusive Programming in Five...
WASH and Gender: a critical review of the literature and implications for gender...
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Financing Sanitation: Finding a Middle Path to Reach the Poor: Learning Brief fr...
Sanitation For All: A Comparative Study of Approaches to Leaving No One Behind A...
Rural Piped-Water Enterprises in Cambodia: A Pathway to Women’s Empowerment?
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Support Mechanisms to Strengthen Equality and Non-Discrimination (EQND) in Rural...
Frontiers of Sanitation | 13
Considering Climate Change in Urban Sanitation: Conceptual Approaches and Practi...
Sanitation Value Chains in Low Density Settings in Indonesia and Vietnam: Impetu...
Environmentally Sustainable WASH? Current Discourse, Planetary Boundaries and Fu...
Climate Change Vulnerability and Resilience of Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Se...