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Shehela Ali

Project Assistant WASH

Shehela Ali

Project Assistant WASH

Tahia Afsah Khan

WASH Engineer

Tahia Afsah Khan

WASH Engineer

As a WASH Engineer at WSUP, Tahia is responsible for planning and enhancing the effectiveness of WASH interventions, focusing on safe water and sanitation access for low-income urban communities. Her experience extends to various aspects of the WASH field, including Citywide Inclusive Sanitation, Fecal Sludge Management, Occupational Health and Safety of Waste and Sanitation Workers, Climate Change, Emergency Response, and Waste management. She approaches her work with a holistic perspective, recognizing the critical interplay between technical solutions and community engagement. Prior to joining WSUP, she served as a Research Associate in BMGF-funded projects at ITN-BUET. She holds a Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering and a Master’s in Environment Management.

Christopher Agbenyega

Senior Driver & Admin Assistant

Christopher Agbenyega

Senior Driver & Admin Assistant

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Emmanuel Opoku Frimpong

Project Driver

Emmanuel Opoku Frimpong

Project Driver

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Eno Arthur

Finance Officer

Eno Arthur

Finance Officer

Eno Arthur bio

John Alate

Project Officer

John Alate

Project Officer

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Kwame Osei Kissi

Project Assistant

Kwame Osei Kissi

Project Assistant

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Michael Selassie Adrah

Project Engineer

Michael Selassie Adrah

Project Engineer

Michael Selassie Adrah bio

Rachael Lithur

HR & Support Services Officer

Rachael Lithur

HR & Support Services Officer

Rachael Lithur bio

George Odhiambo Ochieng

Project Manager- Kisumu and Eldoret

George Odhiambo Ochieng

Project Manager- Kisumu and Eldoret

George serves as the Project Manager for Kisumu and Eldoret with WSUP. He is a distinguished Community Health and Development Specialist with a wealth of expertise in WASH programming, research, monitoring, and evaluation. With over 20 years of hands-on experience, George has honed his skills and insights through extensive engagement with communities. George holds a Master's degree in Community Health and Development, further underscoring his dedication to advancing public health and community welfare. Through his strategic vision and collaborative approach, he continues to build and strengthen partnerships to ensure the effective delivery of programs aimed at improving water, sanitation, and hygiene standards across communities. He has a wealth of experience across a diverse range of fields including Faecal sludge management, monitoring and evaluation,  research, and capacity building, alongside expertise in health care in emergency situations.

Gertrude Elusa Salano

Sanitation Lead

Gertrude Elusa Salano

Sanitation Lead

Gertrude Salano is a distinguished WASH Specialist and Public Policy Scholar with an impressive 21-year tenure spanning various esteemed organizations. Her expertise encompasses multiple domains, including designing and coordinating WASH interventions and spearheading efforts to mainstream gender, diversity, and social inclusion in programming initiatives. Gertrude's proficiency extends to Water Governance, financing strategies, and capacity development. Her keen focus on project monitoring, evaluation, and learning has led to developing robust Monitoring and Evaluation frameworks and systems. Presently, Gertrude serves as a Sanitation Lead with WSUP, where she continues to drive impactful change and innovation in sanitation and water management. With her wealth of experience and dedication to excellence, Gertrude remains a driving force in advancing WASH and gender empowerment initiatives in Kenya.

Harry Njung’e

Project Manager - Nakuru and Naivasha

Harry Njung’e

Project Manager - Nakuru and Naivasha