I obtained a BSc in Agricultural engineering in McGill University in Canada. From there I went to work in a community based water supply project in rural area of Mali. I realised during this experience that I needed to gain more knowledge in the sector and returned to do a MSc in Water and Waste engineering at WEDC (Water, engineering and Development centre) at Loughborough University.
I then went on to work in Burundi for two years in the rural areas of Burundi as a Water and Sanitation programme manager and Field Coordinator for the International Rescue Committee. I then came across the DrPH programme and thought this would give the ideal combinations of skills to make a difference in my field in the developing world.
My professional attachment will most likely be with Unicef and my research thesis on School Sanitation and hygiene. Over the past years, I have done consultancy work with the Water and Sanitation programme (World Bank) and Unicef mainly in East Africa. My supervisor at the LSHTM is Dr Val Curtis.
Anthropology, Epidemiology, Operational research, Child health, Hygiene, Sanitation, Diarrhoeal diseases, Water.
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