Chrispus Mayora is currently an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Health Policy, Planning and Management (HPPM), School of Public Health, College of Health Sciences, Makerere University-Kampala. Mr. Mayora Joined the School of Public Health in 2008. He graduated as an Economist with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics degree from Makerere University (2006), and a Master of Arts in Economics (2010), also from Makerere University Kampala – specializing in Health Economics & Environmental Economics. In 2011, Mr. Mayora joined the Australian National University (ANU), Australia where he pursued and completed a Graduate Certificate in Economic Policy. In 2012, Mr. Mayora joined the University of Queensland (UQ), Australia, where he completed a Master of Health Economics (MHEC). Mr. Mayora is involved in teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, such as Health Economics, Health Financing, Health Policy, Economic Evaluation and Decision Making, and cost-effectiveness Analysis. Mr. Mayora has done research and consultancy work in areas of costing maternal and child health interventions such as voucher schemes, cost-effectiveness of targeted health interventions, performance-based financing, health systems performance assessment, Economic Evaluation of HIV care strategies, among others. Mr. Mayora is currently a PhD Fellow (2015-2018) at the University Of Witwatersrand School Of Public Health, Johannesburg, South Africa. His PhD work is in the area of working with private informal health markets to improve child health in Uganda.

Ruth Mubeezi Neebye is Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Disease Control and Environmental Health. She has training from Makerere University School of Public Health where she obtained her Bachelors degree in Environmental Health and from Wageningen University (Netherlands) where she obtained her Masters degree in Environmental Sciences with specialization in Environmental Health Policy.

Ruth has extensive experience in teaching and research in the fields of Safe water Management, Solid waste Management, Health risk assessment, Human Environment, Climate change, Environmental Health Laws and Legislations, Occupational Health and Environmental Disaster Management among others . She teaches on the Bachelor of Environmental Health Science program and on graduate programs like the Masters of Public Health and Masters of Disaster Management which are both hosted at the school of Public Health.

To the school's student community she has made a contribution by being a founding member (2003) and current Patron of the Makerere University Environmental Health Students' Association since 2007. Through this association she has initiated community outreaches alongside the students to provide health related activities like community cleaning and health sensitization. This association has provided mentorship opportunities for a number of students.

Rawlance Ndejjo is a Research Associate in the Department of Disease Control and Environmental Health at Makerere University School of Public health. He holds an MSc Environmental Health degree from the University of the West of England, United Kingdom and a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Health Science from Makerere University, Uganda. He engages in teaching, research and community service. Rawlance also co-coordinates the short course in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene offered by Makerere University School of Public Health.  He has done research in several areas of Environmental Health including occupational health, pollution, and water, sanitation and hygiene. He has also carried out research in malaria, cervical cancer, HIV, and health systems.

For more about his research and publications, check his ResearchGate profile.

Dr. Justine N. Bukenya (MBChB, MPH) is Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Community Health and Behavioural Sciences. She has Medical training from Makerere University Medical School and Public Health training from The University of Melbourne, Australia.

Justine has extensive work experience in clinical medicine, and public health. In terms of health service management, she has rich experience in planning, implementing, supervising, coordinating, monitoring and evaluating of Health Care services/ activities at community, district and national levels.

Justine has been involved in conducting research among vulnerable populations especially women in Kampala, with both clinical and coordination roles and has made numerous presentations at International scientific meetings. Her recent work with vulnerable women includes a publications : the “HIV and Other Sexually Transmitted Infections in a Cohort of Women Involved in High-Risk Sexual Behavior in Kampala, Uganda” She is interested in ensuring that monitoring and evaluation findings are used in health program design, implementation and policy review.

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