Goufrane is a water and sanitation specialist, focused on the financing, economic and institutional aspects of water and sanitation services. She provides advisory services to governments, multilateral organisations and NGOs on financing strategies, including on the use of innovative instruments such as results-based financing and microfinance. She conducted several assessments of Public-Private Partnerships schemes for urban as well as rural water services and formulated recommendations for enhancing PPP models. She carried out in-depth research on the potential of microfinance for sanitation and contributed to the design of a DFID-funded innovation prize for urban sanitation in Ghana. She also contributed to the design of global prize to incentivise utilities to tackle Non-Revenue Water. Before joining Aguaconsult in January 2016, Goufrane worked for three years at Trémolet Consulting. She has a PhD from the University of Paris-Sorbonne and is completing her MSc in Public Financial Management at SOAS University in London. She is fluent in English and French, with a working knowledge of Arabic and basic Portuguese.