I currently work at LSHTM as a Research Assistant in the Environmental Health Group which is the focus of the School's work on water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and health and currently includes approximately 30 researchers and support staff working on range of different areas of research.
Prior to joining LSHTM research community, I worked for over 6 years as a senior programme adviser providing technical assistance and managerial oversight of national NTD programmes in Nigeria (Northern), Uganda, Tanzania and Zambia.
I teach on WASH and Health (formerly Tropical Environmental Health) and the Distance Learning Infectious Disease Module.
My current research focuses on designing and evaluation WASH behaviour change programs. I am currently involved in:
1) Hygiene and infection prevention in health care facilities: Under theChanging Hygiene around Maternal Priorities (CHAMP) project, a study designing and testing an innovative approach to hand hygiene behaviour change during labour, delivery and post natal care in Cambodia.
2) Evaluating the sustainability of Community-led total sanitation (CLTS) interventions (Madagascar)
3) Providing technical support and M&E for LSHTM's COVID-19 Hygiene Hub