Melita Grant specialises in water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and integrated water resources management (IWRM) in international development, with a focus on inclusion. She has worked for over 17 years’ in government, university, and civil society sectors. With a background in International Relations and Environmental Management, Melita has expertise in a range of sustainable development issues, and has applied this in Indo Pacific and Australian contexts. Recently, Melita led rural piped water research projects in Cambodia and Viet Nam, a gender equality and inclusion evaluation project in Timor-Leste, and authored the ‘Gender Action Piece’ for the Global Water Partnership, and the ‘Gender Equality and Goal 6 – The Critical Connection’ for the Australian Water Partnership.
, Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology Sydney
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|[VIDEO] How to Break the Glass Ceiling: Promoting Women’s Leadership in Water Institutions—WorldBank WaterGP||25 November 2021||Multimedia||Gender Equality, Finance|
|Gender Equality and Inclusion in Water and Sanitation Workplaces||08 June 2022||Slides||Environment, Public-Private Partnership, Water|