Pracihno has diverse experience in community development and water and sanitation programs. During the period of 2002 to 2007, Pracihno worked as facilitator for community development in the Water Supply and Sanitation for Low Income People (WSLIC-II) Program in East Java, and then he continued his assignment as district facilitator in the Total Sanitation and Sanitation Marketing (TSSM) Program. This program was initiated by World Bank in collaboration with Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. In 2010, his experience as facilitator has brought him to work in West Kalimantan in preparation of the Strategic Plan for Water Supply and Environmental Sanitation (Renstra AMPL). This program was facilitated by the Ministry of Health in collaboration with the Asian Development Bank (ADB). And before joining Water.org, he worked in World Bank's Water and Sanitation Program as the coordinator of Central Java Provincial Coordinator.
As CBO WaterCredit Officer, Pracihno supports the launch and implementation of the new CBO program focused on rural pipe water and sanitation including CBO programs mapping, strengthening and CBO financing.
Commitment to Water.org
By working with Water.org, I hope that someday drinking water and sanitation—especially, healthy latrines—become the priority in the community, so that, there will be no more people who defecate in random places and there will be no water-starved communities. As Water.org staff, I want to help Indonesian people to become healthier, more productive and more prosperous.
Bachelor's degree of Law, University of Kediri, East Java