Norhan Sadik is an analyst with international experience in the Middle East and North Africa. Recently, her work has focused on investigating the role of policy, institutional and regulatory incentives in the design and implementation of water–sector reforms that aim to promote sustainable practices. Working alongside governments, she has co–ordinated and supported the operations of multiple investment programmes, including a major water–sector transformation programme in Egypt.
Norhan holds a BA in Economics from the American University in Cairo and a master’s degree in Public Policy from the University of Oxford.
Speaking at the following WCEF2019 sessions:
Tuesday 4 June at 14.00-15.30: The circular economy for water