Shagun Mehrotra

International Development

Developed the ‘sub-network’ and ‘master-operator’ solution for water utilities to expand supply to slums in Africa.  Including, advising clients like the French Development Agency and corporatized water utility on reaching the poor with a 6 million Euro investment in Kisumu, Kenya—resulted in 10,000 new water connections in Nyalenda slum, Kisumu.  Assisting authorities in Dar es Salaam to create an incentive structure for community-led water supply as part of the US$165 million Water and Sanitation Improvement Project, financed by the World Bank.

Led the development and launch of the domestic private sector initiative, a US$12 million three-year global technical assistance program financed by DFID. It included creation of, and strategic advice to, Maji Bora Kibera, an association of over 500 small-scale water providers operating in the largest slum of Africa, Kibera, Nairobi, to enable it to become a credible partner of formal service providers and its replication in Africa, Asia, and Latin America through the global domestic private sector initiative.

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