Julia Pantoglou joined Africa AHEAD in Rwanda in 2016, to assist as an intern for the monitoring and evaluation of the cRCT trial in Rusizi District. She was responsible for refining the Household Inventory Tool, and for the use of the ODK (Open Data Kit) for instant analysis of data, collected by cell phone. She then used the project data for her own Masters Thesis which was an analysis of the different levels of response of a range of CHC in Rusizi. As such she is has the most experience within Africa AHEAD of data collection and analysis of CHC, as well as the ability to train field workers in the use of mobile Apps and research protocol. She was the research assistant to Juliet Waterkeyn for the publication of the paper which was the response to the RCT findings.
Languages: German, Greek, English
Thesis: Pantoglou.J. 2018. Evaluating Hygiene Behaviour Change Within Community Health Clubs in the Rusizi District of Rwanda. Master’s thesis submitted to the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin in partial fulfilment of the requirements of a Master of Science degree in International Health
Waterkeyn, J., Waterkeyn, A., Uwingabire, F.. Pantoglou, J., Ntakarutimana A., Mbirira M., Katabarwa J., Bigirimana Z., Cairncross S., Cater R. (2020). The value of monitoring data in a process evaluation of hygiene behaviour change in Community Health Clubs to explain findings from a cluster-randomised controlled trial in Rwanda. BMC Public Health 20, 98 (2020).