PhD title: Sanitation and Development: The Case of Provinces in the Mekong Delta in Vietnam
Supervisor: Peter Nolan
Duy Anh holds a MPhil in Development Studies from the
University of Cambridge and a BA (Hons) in Economics from Durham
University, UK. After graduation he had 2 years experience working in a
range of development projects funded by international donors (World Bank,
Asia Development Bank, Japan International Cooperation Agency, French
Development Agency) in Vietnam. The nature of these projects vary from ODA
institutional reform to hospital construction.
He is currently pursuing research related to WASH in Vietnam with the
intention to assist the Vietnamese government to achieve its SDG6's targets
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and
development,welfare of vulnerable groups, education and behavioural changes,
access and equality, human rights and sustainable development goal 6,
intervention policies and action plan design for governments.