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School of Public Health
College of Health Sciences, Makerere University

Virtual Dissemination Invitation: October 30, 2020

You are cordially invited to attend this dissemination event of the Adolescent Boys and Young Men (ABYM) study that was conducted among 2,500 adolescent boys and young men in the five divisions of Kampala between July 30 and…

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Invitation: Online Public Dissemination of “East Africa’s Digital National ID Study” Report

This is to invite you to an online Public Dissemination of our report highlighting findings on the socio-economic benefits, costs and challenges of Digital National ID systems in Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania. This study was…

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Training Opportunity

Are you interested in learning how to respond to pandemics or do you have experience in responding to disease outbreak (especially pandemic)?  The College of Veterinary Medicine (CoVAB) in Partnership with the Makerere…

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HDREC Change of System Alert!

The School of Public Health Higher Degrees Research and Ethics Committee (HDREC) would like to inform you that with effect from 1st October 2020 we will be transitioning to the National Research Information Management System (…

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Call for Community-based solutions that have improved access to quality healthcare in Uganda

Are you a Professor, Lecturer, Research Associate, Non-academic staff or Student at Makerere University and its affiliates who has implemented a solution that has made healthcare more accessible, affordable, inclusive or better?…

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Core Functions & Objectives

Health Training

Our approach to teaching is hands-on to ensure acquisition of competencies that are relevant to the market and to deliver services to the various communities.


Our research projects have grown from 40 just under a decade ago to 114 as at the end of the 2016/2017 academic year.

Service Delivery

We participate in disease outbreak investigations, disaster management and implementation research in health facilities and communities across Uganda and Africa.


A startup or start-up is started by individual founders or entrepreneurs to search for a repeatable and scalable business model.

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