- Training and capacity building
- Water For People's technical and costing tools
- Training community and district level institutions
- Project management
- WASH program sustainability
Joseph Magoya Advocacy and Everyone Forever Manager
Joseph is a capacity building specialist with more than 12 years of experience in facilitation and training, supporting rural and urban communities in promoting water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) projects. Joseph has collaborated with a multitude of international aid organizations, conducting institutional assessments to develop capacity building interventions aimed at strengthening the capacity of community-based institutions in the WASH sector to ensure the sustainability of project activities.
Joseph is currently the Advocacy and Everyone Forever Manager at Water For People and started working at the organization in 2008 as the Capacity Building Officer. He has worked extensively with the Blantyre Water Board and Blantyre city to coordinate the design and development of an institutional framework for sanitation for Blantyre peri-urban areas, to design training programs for WASH institutions in Blantyre, and to facilitate the development of communal water kiosks and Water Users Associations across 21 low income areas of Blantyre. Joseph developed a training of trainers model to ensure WASH program sustainability by building community and district level institutions’ capacities in using Water For People’s technical and costing tools and management and maintenance practices, to then train other members of their community.
Joseph has a Master’s degree in Public Health and a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture from the University of Malawi.