First class operational experience in marketing & communication.
Our people bring decades of strategic and operational experience in marketing, communication and behavior change related fields. Much of this is drawn from successful sanitation and water supply efforts, one of the most challenging sectors to achieve sustainable change at scale.
We are pioneers in unique strategic partnerships; from our early engagement with Global Private Partnership for Handwashing, hosted by World Bank we have learned how to bring diverse experience and expertise together to affect change and improve lives. Currently projects we work with have strategic partnerships with several organizations including; Clouds Media Group, McCann Global Health, Innovex Development Consulting Ltd, Mpoto Théâtre Gallery, Tanzania Police Force, Tanzania Football Federation (TFF), Tanzania House of Talent (THT), Eco Valley Advisers, the Water Infrastructure and Sustainable Energy Futures (WISE – Futures) African centre of excellence is hosted by The Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST), Arusha ,University of Dar es Salaam, and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Environmental Health Group.
Our Founding Team Members Profiles
His work has included managing large scale water supply and sanitation initiatives with governments, development agencies and the private sector, design and execution of successful behaviour change initiates, management of teams and international consortia, developing and monitoring of results frameworks, and project evaluations.
His experience covers Africa, South Asia, East Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean with organizations such as the World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and LIXIL Corporation.
His work has included the design, implementation and evaluation of innovative hygiene and sanitation interventions. He has worked across South East Asia, as well as the Indian sub-continent and East Africa. Recent projects have included; support to the Bhutan Ministry of Health for hygiene promotion, the use of water quality testing to promote point of use treatment in Nepal, understanding demand for water supply connections in urban Haiti and the evaluation of the uptake of water safety plans in Nigeria. He is experienced in the use of mixed (qualitative and quantitative) and participatory methods for research, including formative, summative and process evaluations and situation analyses.
He is currently working with CLEAR Consortium to support the Tanzanian National Sanitation Program