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Belinda Abraham International Development specialist, consultant, Institutional Fundraising Viva con Agua

Viva con Aqua, Berlin, Germany


Belinda Abraham is an American citizen with 25 years of work experience. She has worked in project planning, management, evaluation, and strategy development in the water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) and education sectors in ten countries in sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. Belinda has worked with non-governmental organizations, bilateral and multilateral agencies during this time.

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The Business Case for Sanitation

  680        13. November 2023

I am in favour of market-based solutions. Viva con Agua’s aims to expand its work related to social water and sanitation enterprise development.  Sustainably designed business models can help ensure that human rights can be fully realised. However, a recent evening in Berlin led to some thoughts and inspired this blog.

Belinda Abraham, Viva con Agua Institutional Fundraising.

Berlin, Germany

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