Mrs. Enid Kemari Ahimbisibwe holds Bachelor’s Degree in Arts (majoring in Organizational studies), Masters in Public Administration and Management, certificate in Financial Accounting and Management for Non Finance Managers, Grant Management, and several certificates in Ethical review process and best practice.  Enid Kemari works with Department of Health Policy Planning and Management, School of Public Health Makerere University College of Health Sciences as Program Manager for Master of Public Health Program.  Kemari has 15 years’ experience in the management and coordination of academic program (MPH Program). In addition Kemari has experience in survey administration and events management of projects/programs. She has skills and knowledge in financial management and accounting; project management, and Grant management of sponsored projects. 

In 2011 Enid Kemari was part of the team that conducted Health Systems Assessment for Uganda and 2010, she provided administrative support to the ENGAGE Project (Eliminating National Gaps, Advancing Global Equity by organizing and mobilizing district leaders in over 70 districts to attend regional meetings and national level meetings that included stakeholders and the parliaentarians.

In 2013 to July 2014 she worked as survey administrator and budget expert for the Priorities for Local AIDS Control Efforts (PLACE) for which she provided logistical support to survey activities, budget tracking, organize district and national level events and support the project director with stakeholder communications, reporting and supporting the Country Director to manage district level collaborations. She is also working with a dynamic, highly-motivated multi-country team as Administrator in charge of Engagements on the Supporting Policy Engagement for Evidence-based Decisions (SPEED) project; a five-year EU-funded initiative. 

Currently she is working as Administrator on Cross-Border Health Integrated Partnership Project (CB-HIPP) being implemented by School of Public Health in Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Uganda. This is a regional project funded by the regional health office of the USAID Kenya and East Africa Mission and is implemented by a consortium of partners led by FHI360.

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