Sustainable sanitation for less developed countries, biogas production from waste and wastewaters, participatory approaches in sanitation technology selection, environmental capacity building
Darja Kragic Kok graduated in 2002 from the University of Belgrade in Serbia as a biochemical engineer. In 2005 she finished the MSc programme in Environmental Sciences at Wageningen University, the Netherlands specializing in environmental technology. She joined LeAF in 2006 and is currently involved in international projects on wastewater management and environmental capacity building in South East Asia, Africa and the Balkan region.
- Kragic Kok, D., Spanjers, H. and Starkl, M. (2011) Global Knowledge based technologies for water supply and sanitation in rural and peri-urban areas - An integrated approach for various stakeholders and decision makers. Plurimondi 8, 157-186.
- Visscher, J.T., Leta, S., Wandera, J., Knoop, L., de Vos, H., Kragic, D. and Mukherjee, R.(2009) Hybrid Distance Water Learning in Ethiopia, presented at the 34th WEDC International Conference "Water, Sanitation and hygiene: sustainable development and multisectoral approaches", Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 18-22 May 2009.
- Kujawa-Roeleveld, K., Schuman, E., Grotenhuis, T., Kragić, D., Mels, A., and Zeeman, G. (2008) Biodegradability of human pharmaceutically active compounds (PhAC) in biological systems treating source separated wastewater streams. Proceeding of the IWA international conference Sanitation Challenge, 19-21 May 2008, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
- Kragic, D., van Buuren, J. and Trang, T.T.T. 2005. Evaluation of industrial wastewater treatment in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Paper was presented at the international conference in Ho Chi Minh City “Environmental Management of Urban and Industrial Infrastructure in Asia” and published in the conference proceedings.