We present Jonathan Zaragoza Cristiani, a new member of the team who will stay for two months in Kenya, as a result of the collaboration between AGUA ONG and EveryWhere Schools. Thanks to the funding from the crowdfunding campaign, Jonathan will be able to conduct an on-the-ground analysis to identify the main opportunities for a self-sustainable model for the Shakinah school, and investigate suitable sources of income that can be implemented hand-in-hand with the local community.
Born in Barcelona, Jonathan holds a PhD in Political Science from the European University Institute of Florence. Researcher, university professor and development worker, he has worked for more than 10 years, between the European University Institute and Pompeu Fabra University, focusing his research on the study of the rights of migrants and refugees, European migration policies, Spain-Morocco relations, refugee camps, the refugee crisis and irregular immigration in the Mediterranean and the Balkans.
In the last two years, she has worked in the humanitarian sector to improve the living conditions of refugees in Rwanda and Uganda, as well as on projects in Gambia and Senegal to combat the practice of female genital mutilation.
Welcome to the team!