In this webinar, Holly Dentz will present findings from the fifth in a series of USAID Water Communications and Knowledge Management (CKM) Project ex-post evaluations. This evaluation addresses the Millennium Water and Sanitation Program (PEPAM/USAID) in Senegal. Implemented from 2009–2014 by Research Triangle Institute and a consortium of partners, PEPAM/USAID aimed to improve sustainable access to water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) in four regions of Senegal.
The evaluation findings address water point construction and management as well as three different approaches used to improve water and sanitations service access: Community-led total sanitation (CLTS) with a water incentive, subsidy for water and sanitation services, and a hybrid of CLTS-subsidy. Read more and access the brief and evaluation report.
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Holly Dentz | Water CKM Project
Holly Dentz is a Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist with the Water CKM Project. She plays a leading role in the ex-post evaluation series for the Water CKM contract. She has more than 10 years of experience in evaluation design, management, and analysis of WASH and public health projects.
Prior to her role on the project, Holly was the research director for the WASH Benefits Project, where she contributed to the design and implementation of a multi-site WASH and nutrition randomized control trial in western Kenya. She holds a master’s degree in public health with a focus on Behavioral Science and Health Education from Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health.
Abigail Jones | USAID
Abigail Jones is a Water and Sanitation Advisor at USAID where she focuses on Agency policy, research, and field support. Currently, she is co-leading the development of a research agenda to inform sector programming and manages USAID's ex-post evaluation series examining the durability of the Agency's water and sanitation investments following activity closure.
Before joining USAID, Abbie led the sustainable development practice at Climate Advisors, a climate policy consulting company in Washington, D.C., and served as a research analyst at the Brookings Institution. She holds a master’s degree in international economics and international relations from Johns Hopkins University and a bachelor’s degree from Brown University.