2016 Water and Health Conference CHC Side Event

At the Annual Water and Health Conference at Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA, (October, 2016) the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation hosted a side event to discuss the findings of the Randomised Control Trial that has been now completed in Rwanda. The intervention took place in Rusizi District from 2012- 2016 with the objective of provided evidence based research for  the cost effectiveness of Community Health Clubs in National Programmes in Africa such as the Community Based Environmental Health Promotion Programme in Rwanda.

The Programme for the day was as follows:

Link to full presentation Title of Presentation Presenter & Organisation
Introduction and Objectives for SessionRadu Ban, Project Officer, Gates Foundation
2016-10-chc-in-conext_awDevelopment  and  Institutionalization of the CHC Model InternationallyAnthony Waterkeyn, Director of Programmes, Africa AHEAD
cbehpp_evaluation-results_side-event_ipaRusizi Evaluation methodology overview & Health Impacts of CHC in Rusizi.Sheila Sinharoy, IPA Researcher
2016-10-chc-evaluation-introduction_jhA Prospective Evaluation of Community Hygiene Clubs in RwandaJames Habiyamana, IPA
2016-unc-waterkeyn-jAn Analysis of the Process of the CHC Intervention in Rusizi DistrictJuliet Waterkeyn, CEO, Africa AHEAD
2016-10-monitoring-chcs-through-household-inventory_jp‘CHC AHEAD  Community Monitoring System for Community Health Club interventions’Julia Pantoglou, Research Assistant, Africa AHEAD
You Tube Video linkVideo on Monitoring WebsiteTristan Waterkeyn, Overtone