Akosua Sarpong Boakye-Ansah

Akosua Sarpong Boakye-Ansah is a Ghanaian and is registered as a fulltime PhD fellow in the Integrated Water Systems and Governance Department of IHE-Delft Institute for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands. Since October 2015, she has been conducting research on the topic " Pro-poor strategies in urban water provisioning: what Kenyan water utilities do and why they do it". In addition, Akosua holds a BSc degree in Laboratory Technology, from the University of Cape-Coast, Ghana and an MSc in Water Management from UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands.

Recent publications:
Boakye-Ansah, A.S., Ferrero, G., Rusca, M., & van der Zaag, P. (2016). Inequalities in microbial contamination of drinking water supplies in urban areas: the case of Lilongwe, Malawi. Journal of Water and Health.
Rusca, M.,Boakye-Ansah, A.S., Loftus, A., Ferrero, G., van der Zaag, P. 2017 An interdisciplinary political ecology of drinking water quality. Exploring socio-ecological inequalities in Lilongwe’s water supply network. Geoforum, 84, 138-146.
Boakye-Ansah A.S., Schwartz K., Zwarteveen M., “Unravelling a producer perspective on pro-poor water services: What does it mean and why is it so popular? Forthcoming


Affiliate member
IHE-Delft Institute for Water Education
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