Adaptive leadership presentation by Sina Retzlaff

Sina Retzlaff presents on Adaptive Leadership to the Pacific Young Water Professionals at the Pacific Water and Wastewater Association annual conference in Samoa. Her full presentation and a summary of the learnings is provided.

Kea Pheng Interview: WASH, CLTS, and sanitation marketing success in Cambodia

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]An interview with Kea Pheng, executive director of RainWater Cambodia (RWC), local NGO established in 2004, working with communities to promote equitable access to water and sanitation services. Kea discusses community-led total sanitation, behaviour change communication, and the need for improved sanitation in Cambodia. Kea has significant experience in the development sector and worked on […]

​Designing on-site sewage treatment for people and not their products

By Simon Ross, IWCAN In an interview, Jason Jaskowiak, Wastewater Chief of Aqua Consulting in American Samoa described the importance of local people learning about on-site systems and how this can be used to improve groundwater quality and public health in the Pacific. He is candid about the need to consider the resources and cultural […]

Women’s involvement in water utilities and upper leadership roles across the globe

In an interview, Pritha Hariram discussed the increasing prevalence of women in leadership roles in the water sector, particularly as CEOs of utilities. More and more women are in leadership positions. Pritha shared what she understood of her role working across the globe with utilities. This article explores more closely the increasing representation of women in water […]

Getting the voice of middle and senior management out into the world

In an interview, Pritha Hariram discussed the critical importance of the cohort of professionals that have 15 to 25 year’s experience in the water sector. She identified a need to better support this often overlooked group of middle and senior managers and experienced practitioners. These individuals are not always involved in setting policies but they […]

Kini interview with Pritha Hariram, Program Manager (WASH), IWA

Listen to the latest Kini interview with Pritha Hariram, Program Manager (WASH) of IWA, speaking about partnerships for improved development aid, performance tools, and women in water. Presently, Pritha is the IWA’s Program Manager for the Water and Sanitation Services program. The program aims to afford a range of target audiences including service providers, regulators, […]

Pritha Hariram interview: partnerships for improved development aid, performance tools, and women in water

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]An interview with Pritha Hariram, an experienced water supply, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) specialist having worked on humanitarian relief and development projects in the Asia Pacific region. She talks about her current role with the International Water Association (IWA), the importance of multidisciplinary teams, women in water, and why integrated water management is the way […]

How ‘knowledge exchange’ may improve the capacity development of local government for the decentralisation of WASH services in Cambodia

By Simon Ross, IWCAN In an interview, Virak Chan discussed his role in Cambodia as the national water and sanitation focal point for the World Bank in the context of a sanitation project. This involves facilitating communication between diverse stakeholders to improve the capacity of the national government to produce policies that are more responsive to […]

Darryl Day interview – Australia’s sustainable development investment portfolio and Nepalese-Australian partnerships to share knowledge and experience

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]An interview with Darryl Day, managing director for the International Centre of Excellence in Water Resources Management (ICE WaRM). The interview covers the developing of international partnerships, specifically between Australia and Nepal, as well as gender inclusion in the development of water policies. Interview topics About the International Centre for Excellence in Water Resources Management […]

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