Parker, Alison - Cranfield University, UK
Dr Alison Parker is the Academic Fellow in International Water and Sanitation at Cranfield University. After a PhD in hydrogeology, she has shifted her research to cover all aspects of water and sanitation in low-income countries, including climate change impacts, Water Safety Plans, urban sanitation, technology introduction and household water treatment.
She is leading Cranfield University's Reinvent the Toilet project. She is also the course director for the MSc in Community Water and Sanitation.
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