Hosted coordinator Para Todos Por Siempre in Honduras
Martín is the coordinator of the Para Todos Por Siempre (PTPS) movement in Honduras, an alliance of 19 major water-related NGO (including IRC), 28 municipalities and the principal WASH government entities, that are working together to address systemic issues that underpin universal access and the delivery of sustainable and reliable WASH services (SDG 6).
Martin is a civil engineer with a master degree in Hydraulic and Sanitation and a PhD in sustainable development management/social sciences, and has over twenty years of experience on a broad range of issues around WASH in Honduras. He previously worked for 19 years as Associate Peace Corps Director of the Water and Sanitation Project in Honduras and over 5 years in several positions with the national water and sanitation agency (SANAA). He also served 8 years, in a volunteer position, as knowledge management coordinator in the Honduras water and sanitation network (RASHON) and the regional WASH network of Centro America (RRASCA).