Ebenezer Kankam Appiah, Pr. Eng. has MSc. Water Supply and Environmental Sanitation and BSc. (Hons) Civil Engineering from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana and is registered as a professional engineer with the Engineering Council of South Africa. He has over 15 years’ experience in the water sector. His specialities are in hydraulic engineering (Steady state and hydraulic transient analyses), wastewater treatment (Activated Sludge Processes, Biological Nutrient Removal, etc), water delivery and sewerage systems and computer modelling of water delivery and sanitary sewer collection systems. He has designed and supervised the construction of a large number of water supply, drainage and sanitation schemes for rural and small towns. He has modelled piped water supply schemes of small towns as well as big towns. He has applied these models in operation and maintenance of the systems and water conservation and water demand management. He has presented papers on water and sanitation to WEDC and SAICE which have been published. He has been involved with teaching various courses in Civil Engineering in Kumasi Polytechnic, Ghana and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana as an instructor and teaching assistant respectively. He has also facilitated numerous seminars in his area of expertise across South Africa. Competent in the following Software: 1. Giswater (A software which connects with any spatial database through EPANET, EPA SWMM and HEC-RAS) 2. Epanet 2.0 (A computer Program that performs extended period simulation of hydraulic and water quality behaviour within pressurized pipe networks). 3. Hytran (A computer software package developed for analysing hydraulic transients in pipelines). 4. WaterGEMS v8i (Water distribution analysis and design software). Publications: 1. Selecting the proper centrifugal pump in water distribution systems using hydraulic software (Epanet 2.0), June 2014. 2. Improving plant efficiency and operating costs for water infrastructure projects in Africa, Civil Engineering, June 2013. 3. Design of water reticulation network configuration and public standpipes, Civil Engineering, June 2011. 4. Model application to O&M and water auditing by water services authorities, Civil Engineering, June 2010.