Caroline Murungi (MSc, PhD on going) is an environmentalist and holds an MSc in Environmental Science (IHE Delft, Delft - The Netherlands) and a BA hons in Environmental Planning and Management (Makerere University, Kampala - Uganda).
She has previously worked on projects in the WASH Sector such as the SCUSA Project - (Sanitation Crisis in Unsewered Slum Areas - IHE Delft), the PROBE Project (Benchmarking for Pro-poor Water and Sanitation Services Provision- IHE Delft) among other research activities. She has co-mentored MSc students in their theses research in fields of Water, Sanitation and Capacity Development and also serves as a guest lecturer in research methodology at IHE Delft.
Currently, she is contributing to the BEWOP Project (Boosting Effectiveness in Water Operator Partnerships) in the capacity of an Independent Consultant (NAMConsult; KvK 60034483). Specifically, she is working on (i) mapping and evaluation of resources relevant for Water and Sanitation Services in IHE Delft, (ii) contribution to the development of Training of Trainers materials and (iii) development of the BEWOP Network with specialised communities of practice relevant for water operator partnerships and water and sanitation services.