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- Australian Red Cross: Lead consultant, CVTL Look-back study
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Look-back Study - Cruz Vermelha de Timor-Leste (CVTL)WASH
Designed and undertook an evaluation of CVTL’s WASH program, in particular the long tem sustainability of water, sanitation and hygiene interventions. Included field visits to 9 project sites in 5 districts (Liquica, Bobonaro, Ainaro, Manatuto, Baucau, Lautem, Oecussi) in rural Timor-Leste as well as consulting key Red Cross staff and relevant government officials.
- Childfund Timor-Leste: End of Project External Evaluation of ChildFund WASH program
Lead Consultant – End of Project External Evaluation of ChildFund WASH program, Timor-Leste
Designed and conducted an evaluation of a New Zealand government funded WASH program in 20 communities and schools in Bobonaro and Covalima districts. Involved field visits to a sample of 10 communities and 7 primary schools, as well as consulting key ChildFund and partner staff as well as relevant government officials from Ministry of Public Works, Ministry of Health and Ministry of Education.
- WaterAid: Sanitation Marketing Training
Facilitator-Sanitation Marketing Training, WaterAid. Madagascar
Designed and delivered a 4 day workshop on Sanitation Marketing to 30 WaterAid staff, partner and government officials from seven countries in southern Africa. The program included training in the 7 Step SanMark processes, including Formative Research into consumer demand and supply chain. An analysis was also undertaken of SanMark programs to date and the formulation of “next steps’ within each of the seven country programs.
- WASH Reference Group: Manager- Sanitation Marketing Community of Practice
Manager- Sanitation Marketing Community of Practice, Australian WASH Reference Group
(2012 - 2013)
Set up by 30 Australian development organisations to improve their knowledge and performance of sanitation marketing. The program set up a globally recognised SanMark website portal, provided online training webinars, access to expert advice, as well as conducting training programs in Cambodia, Fiji and Kenya for 120 practitioners from 33 countries representing 41 separate organisations.