Lambert Mugabo portrait
Mortenson Fellow

Lambert holds a Master’s degree in Global Health and a Bachelor's in Applied Statistics from the University of Southampton and the National University of Rwanda, respectively. In his role as Research Manager at Amazi Yego, he oversees research activities by ensuring that the projects are conducted according to the study protocols, assisting in the planning of project activities, managing Amazi Yego team including recruitment, training and overall supervision; contributing to development of additional collaborative research proposals, and liaising with project partners.

Prior to joining MCGE, Lambert coordinated a process evaluation for a trial that integrated an advanced water filters into the Community Based Environmental Health Promotion Programme, Rwanda; and before that he managed the Household Air Pollution Intervention Network Trial to investigate health benefits of the Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) stove. In addition to managing research projects, Lambert is passionate about health equity and this led him to join the Global Health Corps, a diverse community of leaders who builds the movement for global health equity.

Education

  • MS, Global Health, University of Southampton
  • BS, Applied Statistics, National Unversity of Rwanda

Recent Publications

Thomas, E., Bradshaw, A., Mugabo, L., MacDonald, L., Brooks, W., Dickinson, K., Donovan, K. Engineering environmental resilience: A matched cohort study of the community benefits of trailbridges in Rwanda. Science of the Total Environment, 771, [145275]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.145275. 2021.

Thomas, E., Gerster, S., Mugabo, L., Jean, H., Oates, T. (2020) Computer vision supported pedestrian tracking: A demonstration on trail bridges in rural Rwanda. PLOS ONE 15(10): e0241379. 2020.

Bradshaw, A., Mugabo, L., Gebremariam, A., Thomas, E., MacDonald, L. Integration of Household Water Filters with Community-Based Sanitation and Hygiene Promotion—A Process Evaluation and Assessment of Use among Households in Rwanda. Sustainability, 13 (4), 1615. 2021.

Mugabo, L., Rouleau, D., Odhiambo, J. et al. Approaches and impact of non-academic research capacity strengthening training models in sub-Saharan Africa: a systematic review. Health Res Policy Sys 13, 30 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12961-015-0017-8