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Nathaniel Mason

Research Associate

Climate and Sustainability

Portrait of Nathaniel Mason

Nathaniel worked as an ODI staff member from 2011 to 2018, latterly as a Senior Fellow, where he led numerous qualitative and quantitative studies for international agencies, NGOs and businesses. He has lived or worked in several countries in South and South East Asia, and in East, West and Southern Africa.

In addition to policy research, Nathaniel has considerable experience in monitoring and evaluation, and in facilitation. He acted as the M&E global focal point for a major water, sanitation and hygiene programme for several years, and has designed and led workshops for policy and practitioner audiences. He regularly presents at international meetings and conferences, and has guest lectured at Imperial College London since 2014.

Prior to joining ODI he worked as a consultant for the World Bank and for WaterAid.

  1. Improving WASH service delivery in protracted crises: the case of South Sudan

    Research reports

  2. Making humanitarian and development WASH work better together

    Briefing/policy papers

  3. How development innovators can navigate politics

  4. Gender, agriculture and water insecurity

    Research reports

  5. Innovating for pro-poor services: why politics matter

    Research reports

  6. Urban sanitation markets: scale and resilience

    Event

  7. Private sector and water supply, sanitation and hygiene

    Research reports

  8. The business case for sharing the world water bill

  9. Assessing the processes and performance of the International Water Stewardship Programme

    Research reports

  10. UK water forum: water equity in the new development era

    Event

  11. The real water crisis: inequality in a fast changing world

    Working papers

  12. The technical is political: understanding the political implications of sector characteristics for the delivery of sanitation services

    Research reports

  13. Progressing aid effectiveness in the WASH sector

    Research reports

  14. The technical is political: understanding the political implications of sector characteristics for the delivery of drinking water services

    Research reports

  15. Collective action, corporate action: what works in water stewardship?

  16. Literature review of property rights and development

    Other

  17. The post-2015 delivery of universal and sustainable access to infrastructure services

    Working papers

  18. African Ministers’ Council on Water training: German climate adaptation strategy

    Event

  19. Getting to scale in urban water supply

    Briefing/policy papers

  20. Getting to scale in urban sanitation

    Briefing/policy papers