October 2020

Bashiru Yachori

Bashiru coordinates Aquaya’s research programs on expanding safe, equitable, and sustainable water access in rural Ghana, and develops research protocols and data collection tools. Under the REAL-Water project sponsored by USAID, he leads expansion of the Water Quality Assurance Fund program, which provides a financial mechanism for existing water quality laboratories to process samples from smaller water systems. He also provides advice on the program’s introduction in East Africa. Under the Monitoring for Safe Water project, he coordinates evaluation of innovative chlorination technologies to improve water quality in rural communities. 

Bashiru has seven years of experience in water, sanitation, and nutrition, collaborating with development partners and local government agencies in Ghana. Prior to joining Aquaya, he was a WASH development planning officer. His expertise includes monitoring and evaluation, statistics, planning, and management. 

Bashiru holds an MPhil degree in development planning and management and a BA in integrated community development from the University for Development Studies, Ghana.

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