Dr Pippa Scott PhD, MRes, MEng
Pippa works as a WEDC Research Associate supporting research and enterprise activities at WEDC. Her PhD research (at WEDC) focused on how tenure status and security relate in the urban sanitation context and her core research interests lie in urban sanitation, fecal sludge management, unplanned and informal settlements and all aspects of tenure security and urban development.
Pippa also works an independent WASH consultant with 8 years experience in the WASH sector. Beyond the WASH subject matter expertise of Pippa’s work, she often works to support intra- and inter-organisational learning and knowledge management and is a founding member of the UK Sanitation Community of Practice.
Prior to entering the field of WASH, Pippa worked as a Quality Assurance Production Systems Engineer. Pippa holds and MEng in Manufacturing Engineering and an MRes in Environment and Development.
- Scott, Pippa, Andrew Cotton, and M. Sohail Khan. “Tenure security and household investment decisions for urban sanitation: the case of Dakar, Senegal.” Habitat International 40 (2013): 58-64.
- Scott, Pippa, Andrew Cotton, and M. Sohail. “Using tenure to build a ‘sanitation cityscape’: narrowing decisions for targeted sanitation interventions.” Environment and Urbanization 27.2 (2015): 389-406.
- Scott, Philippa. Unbundling tenure issues for urban sanitation development. Diss. © Philippa Scott, 2011.
- Norman, Guy, Pippa Scott, and Steve Pedley. “The PAQPUD settled sewerage project (Dakar, Senegal): Problems arising, lessons learned.” Habitat international 35.2 (2011): 361-371.