CEO, eWATERpay Ltd.
Alison has 18 years experience as a water and sanitation economist and international development. In 1996, she began by working for the Department of International Development (DFID) in its Water and Sanitation Office and since then she has worked in over 20 countries designing implementing and evaluating water and sanitation projects for DFID, UNICEF, JBIC and the World Bank.
Alison is passionate about integrating modern technology and business practices and encouraging female entrepreneurs to improve the sustainability of rural water supply systems. She is co-founder of eWATER an innovative technology providing fully integrated mobile money technology, “Internet of Things” and contactless pay in a low-cost, 24/7 accessible, simple solution that allows users to pay small affordable sums for water at the point of use. It is currently scaling up in Tanzania with DFID and USAID funding. For more details, click here.