Lydia is the lead scientist for the Health Systems and Healthy Environments focus area. She works at the intersection of water, sanitation, and hygiene (WaSH) in health care facilities, with an emphasis on the links between science, policy, and practice, in both developed and developing countries.
Jonny has worked in over a dozen developing countries conducting research and contributing to water, sanitation, and hygiene projects. While at UNC, Jonny has worked with governments and NGOs to evaluate and improve water and sanitation programs in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
Mike leverages environmental science and engineering, public health, and implementation science tools to maximize the impact of water and sanitation programs, develop indicators and tools for improving the monitoring and performance of water and sanitation programs, and improve field-level water quality monitoring activities in multiple countries.
Edema is a chemical and environmental engineer whose expertise is in policy and context analyses related to WaSH programs. Her research focuses on improving planning and implementation practices through examination of the health, policy and cultural implications of WaSH programs.