Has lived for a large part of his life in Africa (Zimbabwe,
Tanzania, South Africa, Kenya and Uganda).
He holds a Master’s Degree in Tropical Public Health
Engineering and has worked for most of his professional career
on rural water supply and sanitation programmes. After spending
11 years working for WaterAid he went on to establish the
Mvuramanzi Trust, a Zimbabwean NGO which has carried out pioneering
work in implementing wide-scale, low-cost rural water supply
and sanitation projects.
In the late 1990s he started yet another NGO, Zimbabwe AHEAD,
which has undertaken equally innovative work in promoting
household hygiene (through positive behavior change) towards
sustainable livelihoods in poor rural communities of Zimbabwe
and Sierra Leone.
Recently, Anthony has been working for the World BankBank’s
Water and Sanitation Program (WSP) on Uganda’s national