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Josphine Gaicugi Freelancer

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Josphine Gaicugi is a WASH practitioner and enthusiast, currently based in Germany. She holds a bachelors of science in civil engineering and a masters of science in urban water and sanitation. Her career has been a whirlwind including supervision of civil engineering projects, WASH project implementation and management, research and involvement in WASH in emergency missions. She enjoys research, writing, working with vulnerable and marginalized communities and learning new things. 

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Sanitation champion spotlight: A story of courage, determination and taking up space as a woman in WASH (featuring Eva Muhia)

  1466        14. November 2023

Eva Muhia is a Kenyan WASH entrepreneur and advocate who started her career manufacturing and supplying detergent to schools and institutions then progressively transitioned to WASH. She is the founder and owner of Varet products and Global sanitation environmental programme a NGO focused on advocating for sanitation and menstrual hygiene management. She is also the vice president of PASA and a appointed member of the Nairobi rivers commission. 

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