• Did I make a difference? Measuring our contribution to change

    I think you should be more specific here in step two - cartoon
    Posted 2 Feb 2017 by Kate Norgrove

    How do you systematically plan, monitor, evaluate and report on advocacy work in a complex and unpredictable global context? Kate Norgrove, ex- Global Head of Campaigns at WaterAid UK, shares her parting thoughts.

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  • Working to put clean water at the heart of health care

    Mary Mwape, Lubwe Mission Hospital, Zambia.
    Posted 12 Oct 2016 by Kate Norgrove

    For Global Handwashing Day, 15 October, Kate Norgrove, WaterAid’s Global Head of Campaigns, describes her experience of giving birth and why she is passionate about Healthy Start – our new campaign with health professionals for quality health care for all by 2030. 

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  • Measuring the immeasurable: monitoring and evaluation in advocacy

    Kate Norgrove, WaterAid's Global Head of Campaigns, (left) with Gladys and Blessings at savings group in Malawi.
    Posted 15 Sep 2016 by Kate Norgrove

    To continue to grow our impact, it is important that we measure what we do. We can add up toilets, and record how many people have gained safe water, but how do we count the effect of the advocacy that forms half of our work? Kate Norgrove, WaterAid’s Global Head of Campaigns, finds some clues in Malawi.

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  • A New Year's wish for WASH and maternal health

    Dr Hipholiti Masawe (centre) performs a cesarean section on 22 year old Zena Ali, after the baby was suffering fetal distress. To his left is Auxiliary Nurse Magreth Seth and to the left of the picture, Assistant Nurse Grace Seth. Kiomboi Hospital, Iramba, Tanzania.
    Posted 23 Dec 2015 by Kate Norgrove

    At the Global Maternal Newborn Health Conference, 'integration' was a key concept under discussion. But what does integration look like in practice? WaterAid's Global Head of Campaigns, Kate Norgrove, shares her perspective on the intersection between WASH and maternal and newborn health.

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