Guy Hutton is a development economist. He has previously held positions at the University of London, the University of Basel and the World Bank. He has lead country implementation projects, international research studies and global advocacy initiatives in the fields of water, health, air pollution and climate change.
From 2006 to 2015 he led the global “economics of sanitation initiative” for the World Bank Water and Sanitation Program. From 2011 to 2013 he coordinated the process to select global water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) targets and indicators after 2015 for the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Program (JMP).
He currently leads knowledge development and management for UNICEF WASH section globally, as well as the implementation of the WASH bottleneck analysis tool (BAT), the UNICEF public financing for children (PF4C) initiative for WASH, and the development of a global monitoring framework for WASH affordability for the JMP.
- 7 ideas on how knowledge can help us achieve universal access to safely-managed drinking water and sanitation
- Can we really put a price on meeting the global targets on drinking-water and sanitation?
- Why Choosing the Preferred Sanitation Solution Should Be More Like Grocery Shopping
- Cleaning Up One of the World’s Most Polluted Places
- World Tourism Day: Where Would You "Go"?
- Quelle est la valeur du fait d'avoir des toilettes ?
- ¿Qué valor tiene un retrete?
- What's a Toilet Worth?
- O que faz o mundo perder US$ 260 bilhões por ano?
- Qu’est-ce qui coûte 260 milliards de dollars par an à la planète ?
- ¿Qué le cuesta al mundo US$260.000 millones al año?
- What costs the world $260 billion each year?
- ما الذي يكلف العالم 260 مليار دولار سنويا؟