Osborn’s current work focuses on implementation science and continuous quality improvement in Ghana, Niger, Burkina Faso and Mali, as well as a 14 country evaluation. Prior to joining the Water Institute at UNC, he led the behavior change component of the WaSH Benefits Study at Innovations for Poverty Action-Kenya. His research interests include: monitoring and evaluations, behavior change, training evaluations, WaSH advocacy, and human rights.
Selected Research Product(s)
- A behaviour change intervention with lipid-based nutrient supplements had little impact on young child feeding indicators in rural Kenya. 2018. Kendra Byrd, et al. Maternal & Child Nutrition. doi.org/10.1111/mcn.12660.
- Development of a unified monitoring and evaluation (M&E) system for charity: water and its partners
- Evaluation of Community-based Nutrition and Integrated WaSH Program (UNICEF Ethiopia)
- Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation WaSH Initiative
- Rural Sanitation Approaches (WaterAID)
- Testing Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) for Scalability (Plan International USA Inc.)
- World Vision Program Evaluations (World Vision: 2014, 2017)