Khuzwayo is a Civil and Environmental Engineer with 5 years of hands-on experience in implementing WASH programs in urban slums in Lusaka, Zambia. He has expertise in water supply systems, sanitation infrastructure, and hygiene promotion, and successfully led the construction of over 3500 household sanitation facilities in urban low income areas & populations in Lusaka. He has contributed to the establishment of FSM services in Lusaka and the development of innovative financing models for poor households. He also played a critical role in the implementation of climate-resilient sewerage networks, thus contributing to the promotion of city-wide inclusive sanitation in Lusaka. He has passion for community engagement and sustainable solutions in environmental management and disaster risk reduction.
Khuzwayo graduated from the IHE Delft Institute for Water Education in the Netherlands with a distinction in the MSc. Sanitation program, and received the award for best Master’s thesis for the 2021-2022 sanitation cohort. He has experience in interdisciplinary research, with a specific focus on water and sanitation governance, as well as the nexus of gender-based violence and sanitation.