Isabel Blackett is a Senior Sanitation and Water Specialist in the World Bank Global Water Practice - Water and Sanitation Program, working with the global urban sanitation team. Before joining the Bank she worked as an urban sanitation specialist and team leader for UK Department for International Development, DFID (in South Africa 1995-2000), KfW (Lesotho 1985-1990), UNICEF, SANDEC, other bi-lateral development agencies and for the private sector and NGOs. In 2005 she joined the World Bank in Jakarta, Indonesia and has focused on improving national policies and practice for implementing poor-inclusive water and sanitation services in urban areas in Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, Papua New Guinea and the Pacific and recently in India. Since 2011 she has also worked on the global urban sanitation agenda including fecal sludge management.
- Focalización en el saneamiento urbano: analizando datos agregados a nivel metropolitano
- 聚焦城市环境卫生 -- 市级汇总数据背后的含义
- Targeting urban sanitation: Looking behind aggregated city-level data
- A tale of two cities: how cities can improve fecal sludge management
- 5 lessons to manage fecal sludge better
- Fecal sludge management is the elephant in the room, but we have developed tools to help
- Building urban sewerage infrastructure – but where is the sewage?