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.
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...
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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...