Secretariat staff expands

Date: 9th November 2010

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WSSCC is pleased to announce that a number of new professionals have joined the secretariat staff. Each of the organisation’s departments is now at or very near its planned capacity.

The new staff colleagues bring a wealth of professional experience from other United Nations agencies, international organisations and the private sector. They also contribute to the multi-cultural environment in the secretariat, coming as they do from Algeria, Australia, Germany, Ghana, India, Mauritius and the United Kingdom.

The new staff members are:

  • Amanda Marlin, Manager, Advocacy and Communications Programme
  • Archana Patkar, Manager, Networking and Knowledge Management Programme
  • Meera Sobarun, Finance and Administration Officer, Governance and Management Programme
  • Isobel Davidson, Partnerships Coordinator, Governance and Management Programme
  • Oliver Jones, Programme Officer, Global Sanitation Fund Programme
  • Ina Jurga, Technical Officer, Networking and Knowledge Management Programme
  • Jean Dadzie, Team Assistant, Global Sanitation Fund Programme
  • Malika Abidi, Team Assistant, Global Sanitation Fund Programme

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