Director of Advocacy and Dissemination
Anthony Waterkeyn (B.Sc. Building and M.Eng. Tropical Public Health Engineering from Leeds University, UK) has 35 years of field experience in the WASH sector since joining WaterAid in 1985, establishing WaterAid offices in Kenya (1985-1991) and then Zimbabwe (1991-1996). He then founded Mvuramanzi Trust, to promote the ‘self-supply’ of Upgraded Family Wells. In 1996 he co-founded Zimbabwe AHEAD to introduce the CHC concept, followed by Africa ADEAD in South Africa (2005), and in the UK (2013). He was also Technical Advisor with World Bank (WSP) in Uganda (2003-2005) and Rwanda (2006 – 2016) and AfDB to develop the RWSSI Strategy (2017-2025).
Country experience: Kenya, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, DRC, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Vietnam, Bhutan, Indonesia, Jamaica.