Director of Evaluation and Advocacy
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, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Jamaica, Haiti.
Curriculum Vitae: Click here for full CV
Maksimsovski, N & Waterkeyn, A. (2010) The Community Health Club Approach in Informal Settlements: Case study from eThekwini municipality, Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa. Water Institute of South Africa, Durban. South Africa
Waterkeyn, A. (2005) Hygiene & Sanitation Strategies in Uganda: How to achieve sustainable behaviour change? 31st Water Engineering & Development Centre Conference: Kampala. Uganda.
Waterkeyn. A. (2012) The Dissemination and Scale up of CHCs. Africa AHEAD Side Event. Water and Health Conference University of North Carolina. Presentation.
Waterkeyn. A. (2013) CHCs sparking self supply in Zimbabwe. Water and Health Conference. University of North Carolina. Presentation
Waterkeyn. A. (2014) Vision 5 x 5: Scaling up Community Health Clubs. Africa AHEAD/Stockholm Environment Institute Side Event. World Water Week, Stockholm.
Waterkeyn J & Waterkeyn A. (2000) Demand Led Sanitation in Zimbabwe. Water Engineering & Development Centre: Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Waterkeyn J & Waterkeyn. A. (2004) Taking PHAST the Extra Mile Through Community Health Clubs. Water Sanitation Programme – East Africa
Waterkeyn J. & Waterkeyn A. (2013) Creating a culture of health: hygiene behaviour change in community health clubs through knowledge and positive peer pressure. Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development Vol 3 No 2. 144–155
Waterkeyn J, Matimati R, Muringaniza A, Chingono A, Ntakarutimana A, Katabarwa J, Bigirimana Z, Pantoglou J, Waterkeyn A, Cairncross S. (2019). Comparative Assessment of Hygiene Behaviour Change and Cost-effectiveness of Community Health Clubs in Rwanda and Zimbabwe. IntechOpen. DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.89995
Waterkeyn J, Waterkeyn A, Uwingabire F, Pantoglou J, Ntakarutimana A, Mbirira M, Katabarwa J, Bigirimana Z., Cairncross S, Carter R. (2020). The value of monitoring data in a process evaluation of hygiene behaviour change in Community Health Clubs to explain findings from a cluster-randomised controlled trial in Rwanda. BMC Public Health 20, 98 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-019-7991-7