As Mozambique’s Sanitation Lead, Omar Khan is responsible for developing and managing the country sanitation portfolio for urban areas of Maputo and Beira, ensuring effective and efficient use of the programme resources to achieve agreed objectives and timely delivery of projects. He is also responsible for developing the capacity of programme partners, as well as assisting with relevant institutional strengthening activities, in close collaboration with the utilities, community stakeholders, small scale service providers, the water and sanitation regulator, and local government actors in the cities. Omar holds a BSc (Hons) degree in Civil Engineering and an MSc degree in Water Sciences and Engineering. He joined the WSUP team in 2021.
Fátima Mussá joined WSUP in 2020. As Programme Impact Manager, she is responsible for supporting the Mozambique’s Country Manager to coordinate the overall development and efficient delivery of the country programmes. Her background is Civil Engineering, followed by an MSc in Water Science and Engineering at the IHE-Delft Institute, in the Netherlands. She has more than 11 years of experience in the water sector, having worked in this field as a consultant and project manager.
Tunísio Camba is a senior Project Manager with over 20 years of experience in Social Development and Public health, with an extended track record in Stakeholder Engagement (Government and donor relations), monitoring and evaluation, study design, data analysis and reporting.
Tunísio joined WSUP in 2020 and before that, worked for the University of Cape Town in the malaria research area, served as senior health manager for the Swiss Cooperation Agency, as a consultant and project manager for the Government of Mozambique, as a manager of the social responsibility program in an oil and gas multinational company and as a specialist for capacity, development, and advocacy at the Business Environment Foundation.
Carmen joined WSUP in 2019 after almost 10 years working for FIPAG Beira in both projects execution and project management.
During this period could work on networks design and execution, maintenance planning and supervision. As a civil engineer, she worked for 5 years managing the first NRW unit at FIPAG, acquiring during that time experience on DMA design and management, flow meters sizing and network redesign.
Lucilia joined WSUP in 2016 to coordinate and administer work with FIPAG, supporting its customer relationships in Beira. She monitors door-to-door surveys by community based organisations and coordinates WSUP’s relationships with FIPAG and Vitens Evides International to address management of non-revenue water.
Lucilia has 17 years’ experience in administration, including experience in WASH, education, health and also in private sector business administration.
Antonio joined WSUP in 2013 following two years working for the water utility in Maputo, Águas da Região de Maputo. With 25 years of experience in the water sector, he is a specialist in the design, operation, execution and planning of water supply systems of varying sizes.
Antonio has experience working for NGOs, governments and as a private contractor. This includes roles with WSUP, water utilities and several Mozambican construction companies.