Nat's research background is in pro-poor service delivery, financing and policy, and the political and technical dimensions of water security.
His work at ODI ranges from researching the links between WASH services and peace- and state-building in fragile contexts; to writing policy briefings on water security metrics; to coordinating ODI inputs to a 4 year, multi-country EC research project on irrigation in Africa.
Nat previously worked for WaterAid in the UK and Nepal, on a number of policy-oriented research projects around financing water supply and sanitation in developing countries. He joined ODI after a period with the Water and Sanitation Program of the World Bank, Nairobi helping research and write the second round of Country Status Overviews – produced in collaboration with over thirty countries, for the African Ministers’ Council on Water.
- 1 April 2014, Al Jazeera21 February 2013, The Guardian
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