Claire Chase

World Bank, Water and Sanitation Program, Washington DC, USA

Claire Chase manages a range of impact evaluations with the Water and Sanitation Program of the Sustainable Development Network. Her work focuses on behavioral and service delivery mechanisms to stop open defecation, improve household hygiene, and ensure access to safe and sustainable drinking water for the poor. She has led the integration of costing and cost-effectiveness into impact evaluations in the health and infrastructure sectors. Before joining the World Bank, she carried out research on the cost-effectiveness of preventive interventions for malaria in rural Mozambique and worked for six years in the private sector on health care, labor, and telecommunications. She holds a Master's Degree in Population and International Health Economics from Harvard University School of Public Health and has authored publications on a range of health and development topics.

Articles & Reports

The Knowledge Base for Achieving the Sustainable Development Goal Targets on Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene
Lead Author: Guy Hutton
, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health