WASH Technical Working Group

The HIF’s Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) initiative aims to stimulate innovation in emergency water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH). Supported by the UK Department for International Development (DFID), the HIF seeks to use new innovation management approaches to address some of the most pressing challenges faced by emergency WASH practitioners working in humanitarian crises globally.

The challenges have been developed by the HIF’s WASH Technical Working Group below, chaired by Andy Bastable from Oxfam UK. In collaboration with the HIF they are exploring, in detail, the gaps in innovation identified by the WASH sector, and developing and refining a number of specific challenges most suited to being approached through facilitated innovation processes.

Andy Bastable (TWG CHAIR)

Head of Water and Sanitation, Oxfam

Richard Bauer

Senior WASH Adviser, Norwegian Refugee Council

Murray Burt

Global Senior WASH Officer, UNHCR

Claudio Deola

Senior Humanitarian WASH Adviser, Save the Children UK

Joos Van Den Noortgate

Responsible Innovation & Training, Water, Hygiene & Sanitation Unit, Médecins Sans Frontières

William Carter

Senior Officer, (WatSan/EH), IFRC & Red Crescent Societies, Geneva

Brian Clarke

CEHE Senior Visiting Fellow

Caetano Dorea

Associate Professor, Civil Engineering, University of Victoria

Dr. Peter Harvey

Chief, Water, Sanitation & Education Centre, UNICEF

Jennifer Lamb

WASH Technical Advisor Oxfam

Daniele Lantagne

Assistant Professor at Tufts University

Peter Maes

Coordinator Water, Hygiene and Sanitation Unit at Médecins Sans Frontières, Global

Dominique Porteaud

Global WASH Cluster Coordinator, UNICEF

Brian Reed

Lecturer at Water, Engineering and Development Centre, Loughborough University

Jessica Tribbe

Innovation Project Consultant, Water & Sanitation, UNICEF

Sian White

Researcher, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Tom White

Humanitarian Advisor, DFID

Tom Wildman

Global Advisor for Water, Sanitation & Hygiene, OFDA

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