Using Network Analysis to Understand and Strengthen WASH Systems
Wed, Feb 21, 2018
at 8:30 AM
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
With the ultimate goal of increasing the sustainability of WASH services, the Sustainable WASH Systems (SWS) Learning Partnership is using network analysis to better understand the complex interactions and interdependencies of actors in a local WASH system. This webinar will provide an introduction to network analysis as a systems tool, and present early lessons learned from analyses conducted in Ethiopia, Uganda, and Cambodia as part of SWS.
Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 8:30 AM
Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Matt Guttentag is a program director with LINC. He specializes in systems analyses for complex international development projects working with partners across the private, public, and nonprofit sectors. Most recently, he has focused on using...
Janita Bartell manages research and learning at WaterSHED, a Cambodia-based NGO using a systems approach to build sustainable WASH markets. Her work helps WaterSHED to understand the social drivers of WASH behaviors and how to build interventions...
Associate, Water Resources and Infrastructure, Tetra Tech
Lucia Henry works on water and sanitation projects at Tetra Tech. She has a background in market-based approaches and human-centered design in sanitation and health, and integration of hygiene and health interventions.
Elizabeth Jordan is a water and sanitation advisor in USAID’s Office of Water, where she supports missions on WASH-related strategic planning and project design. Elizabeth also leads efforts to improve USAID’s monitoring and evaluation for WASH...