Jessica is a community engagement expert who possesses a wealth of expertise in service delivery, capacity building, and influence in the WASH sector. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Library and Information Systems and Development Studies attained from the University of Zambia and has a master’s degree in Development Studies.

She has five years’ experience working in the WASH sector leading the development of community engagement strategies, behaviour change strategies, stakeholder management and organisational communications strategies. She has experience working with government ministries, NGOs, and various stakeholders at grassroots level to achieve sustainable programme outcomes.

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Kameya has worked for WSUP in Zambia as a projects engineer since 2013. He oversees the engineering assessments, design, implementation and supervision works, helping service providers enable the urban poor to access water and sanitation.

Since joining WSUP, Kameya has been pivotal in leading the testing of technical innovations for faecal sludge management. He works with SMEs to build their capacity in providing faecal sludge services.

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Sibongile has worked for WSUP since 2016 and oversees the business component of all water supply and sanitation interventions.

Sibongile trained as a development economist and banker and is skilled in monitoring market challenges and their impact on small businesses. She previously worked as a relationship manager for a leading bank, marketing products and brand and managing corporate client portfolios.

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Reuben has managed the WSUP Zambia programme since 2008 and has over 17 years’ experience in water and sanitation service delivery, working with the government and its mandated service delivery institutions.

Before joining WSUP, Reuben worked in WASH consulting services, helping deliver a number of government programmes that targeted poor communities across Zambia. He has managed the establishment of the only faecal sludge management model in Zambia serving the urban poor.

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