We are a student projectteam from TU Delft University. This multidisciplinary project is part of our Civil Engineering master´s degree. We are an enthousiastic and determined team. We look forward to spend our time and efforts to achieve high results and have an incredible experience.  

We would like to collaborate with Ghanaian students interested in Urban Water management, Flood Risk Reduction, Governance and/or Waste management. 

Interested in joining us? Find more information in this flyer.

Lexy Ratering Arntz

Lexy Ratering Arntz is a current Msc Student Watermanagement at the TU Delft. Ever since starting her bachelor degree in Civil Engineering at the TU Delft, she has felt passionate about solving water-related issues. Before starting out in Delft, she studied at Boston College, USA, where she completed a degree in Finance at the Carroll School of Management. Lexy is specializing in Water Management Resources and and wishes to apply this knowledge through the set-up of projects that improve living conditions around the world. 

Evelien Martens

Evelien is a MSc student Water management at Delft University of Technology. She got a bachelor degree in Civil Engineering at the same university and is now specialising in sanitary engineering and urban drainage. To broaden and deepen her knowledge and perspective, she plans to start courses on energy, (micro)biology, chemistry and solid waste management in the Civil Engineering master track Environmental Engineering in September. She wishes to combine her interest in water quality, treatment, health, water networks and society in her studies, projects and work.

Caterina Marinetti

Caterina Marinetti is a MSc Watermanagement student at Technology University Delft . From the beginning of her studies (Bachelor Environmental Engineering at La Sapienza University of Rome), she became fascinated about the fundamental role of the environment in our daily life and how people and society interact and modify the landscape. She deepened such interest studying Anthropology at Leiden University, with special focus on the global movements of people and goods. She is now specializing in management and protection of water as an essential human resource in order to tackle deprivation, illnesses, environmental degradation and conflicts.

Nadi Modderman

Nadi Modderman is a Msc Student Watermanagement at the TU Delft. Before starting out in Delft, she completed here bachelor degree in Civil Engineering at the University of applied sciences Saxion and worked for one year at the engineering company Antea Group. Ever since here bachelor thesis in the field of urban drainage, she is determined to create more sustainable and liveable urban areas.