Nuha Elgindi is a Sudanese national lived in Tunisia and the UK for the past 10 years and has been living in Canada for a year. She holds a BSc in Business Administration from the Mediterranean School of Business in Tunisia and MSc in Environmental Assessment and Management from University of Brighton, UK. She has recently graduated from The University of Victoria with a Masters’ degree in Global business. Her academic career spans training on a broad range of business and environment- related issues including: economic development, social entrepreneurship, environmental safeguard systems and environmental impact assessment, which took place in different countries like UAE, Tunisia, UK, USA, Peru and Ivory Coast. Therefore, she developed interest in exploring the inter-linkages between, business development and environmental sustainability. Nuha joins UNU-INWEH as an Intern and she will be working on the content development for The Water Security course with focus on “Financing Module” exploring the means and sources for funds and investments, investigating water security funds requirements, financial partnerships and sightseeing thought-provoking examples of innovative financing mechanisms for water security.