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Alexandra Dubois Advisor

GIZ, Germany


Alexandra Dubois has been working in the water and sanitation sector at GIZ since 2012. With a background in natural sciences and environmental engineering, she specialises in WASH and has several years of implementation experience as a technical advisor in the sub-Saharan region. In 2022, Alexandra joined the GIZ Water Policy Sector Programme and the SuSanA Secretariat, contributing to the management of this global network.

Articles written by Alexandra Dubois


Is Mass Media the High Road to Behaviour Change?

  399        6. November 2023

“More people have cell phones than toilets”. This oft-repeated statement reminds us of two flabbergasting issues. There are billions of people who still don’t have access to improved sanitation, and that unguided technological advancement drives strange developmental priorities. What is critical is that the disproportion comes at great risk for many. Nearly one million people are killed by water, sanitation, and hygiene-related diseases every year.

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