Udisha Saklani is an independent policy researcher working in association with the Institute of Water Policy, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in Singapore.
She is currently engaged in projects on hydropower and trade in South Asia and rural sanitation scheme in Andhra Pradesh, India. She has previously worked on projects related to water privatisation, socio-economic impacts of big water infrastructure and people’s perceptions on drinking recycled water in Namibia and Singapore.
Udisha holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy (MPP) from the National University of Singapore, where her MPP thesis examined the mandatory certification standards in Indonesia’s palm oil sector. She received a BA (Honours) degree in Mathematics from St.Stephen’s College, University of Delhi.