October 2020

Joyce Kisiangani

Joyce coordinates and oversees quantitative and qualitative data collection, data analysis, and partner engagement for research projects across sub-Saharan Africa. She also supports Aquaya’s implementing partners as they apply evidence-based findings into their programming. Joyce currently manages research on targeted pro-poor sanitation interventions, sanitation economics, and safe water management in Ghana. Joyce joined Aquaya in 2014 as an AquayaLEARN Fellow in Nairobi, Kenya.

Joyce has several years of experience in water, sanitation, and health research. Previously, she was a research fellow with the School for Field Studies and Boston University, where she studied health impacts of the Kenya Community Health Strategy. She also worked as a researcher under Funzo Kenya, a USAID-funded program.

Joyce holds an MPH concentrated in epidemiology and disease control and a BS in microbiology, both from Moi University in Eldoret, Kenya.

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