Antony oversees research planning and implementation activities in Kenya under the Urban Resilience by Building Partnerships and Applying New Evidence in Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (URBAN WASH) program, which is supported by the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and led by Tetra Tech. The program seeks to generate evidence and promote influential, sustainable, equitable, and climate-resilient WASH policy and programming in urban and peri-urban areas. He is responsible for partner and stakeholder engagement and research implementation on water safety among small-scale water suppliers in Nairobi.
Antony has extensive experience in impact evaluation and WASH-related policy research. Before joining Aquaya, he worked in the development sector at the World Bank (Nairobi), Education Sub Saharan Africa (UK), Science for RE-designing Science, Technology and Innovation Policy (Tokyo), Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis, and Thousand Cities Strategic Algorithms (Shenzhen). In addition, Antony has engaged in humanitarian work in South Africa and Eswatini.
Antony holds a PhD in development economics from the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies in Japan, an MDP from the Korea Development Institute School of Public Policy and Management, and a BA in international studies from the University of Nairobi.