Patrick Kipchirchir Ronoh won the Best MSc in Sanitation Thesis Award 2019

25 April 2019 | Delft

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As a part of the grant Accelerating the impact of education and training in non-sewered sanitation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is supporting The Best MSc in Sanitation Thesis Award to a graduate of  the new Master of Science in Sanitation Program. The award facilitates preparation of publication and its presentation at a conference of awardee’s choice. The Award is presented by Dr. Roshan Shrestha, Deputy Director, Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Program of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.This year Award goes to Mr. Patrick Kipchirchir Ronoh from Kenya for his thesis entitled Exploring seasonal variation in feacal risk pathways in Rubaga division using the SaniPath. His thesis will be soon available at this website. Patrick carried out his field research work in Uganda under guidance of academic staff from Mekerere University. Congratulations to Patrick and his supervisors from Delft and Kampala!



Dr. Claire Furlong

MSc in Sanitation Program Coordinator

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