Investments in safe, adequate and affordable water, sanitation, and hygiene facilities must be sustained and result in improved services and a less polluted environment for everyone, particularly the poorest and most vulnerable in Asia and the Pacific.
Isabel’s interests are in increasing equity and working with Government to develop at-scale poor-inclusive urban sanitation services. She has recently worked on assignment in Asia with World Bank, ADB, BMGF, WaterAid, GIZ and others. From 2005-2016 she worked for the World Bank’s Water and Sanitation Programme developing pro-poor urban sanitation in Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, Pacific Island countries and South Asia. Previously, she worked in Southern Africa and East Africa for UNICEF, DFID, KfW, DANIDA, consulting firms and NGO’s. She has a Masters degree from the Water, Engineering and Development Centre (WEDC), Loughborough University.
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