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School of Public Health
College of Health Sciences, Makerere University

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Synopsis  

Makerere University School of Public Health -MakSPH at the College of Health Sciences is seeking financial support to enable her execute an $8Million infrastructure expansion project at the Makerere University Main Campus.

This follows a continuous successful resource mobilization drive and receipt of a pool of funds from the MakSPH staff, alumni, donors, partners, friends and well-wishers.

We intend to construct an 8-storey building that will house tutorials, demonstration laboratories, auditoriums as well as space for research fellows, doctoral students and post-doctoral trainees.

The facility will facilitate adequate training and skills development for public health professionals capable of addressing the ever-increasing magnitude and complexity of public health problems. We are faced with public health challenges including environmental degradation, epidemics, internal displacements of people and refugee crisis due to natural disasters and armed conflicts, and poor and constrained health systems.

Background

MakSPH is a leading public health research and training institution in Uganda and within Africa. Founded in 1954 as a Department of Preventive Medicine, it became an Institute of Public Health in 1974 and upgraded to a School of Public Health in 2007 under the Makerere University College of Health Sciences.

It has expanded from one to 8 academic programs over the past 20 years. The number of trainees has grown from 50 to 800 and is anticipated to increase to 1,000 by the end of 2018. Further, the number of research and service programs has similarly expanded.

MakSPH currently supports several training, research and service projects across Africa, and as well placed to serve as a hub for public health programs within the region. However, there has not been a corresponding rise  in training and research space. The current research and service programs at the MakSPH include, HIV, Cancer, Maternal and Newborn Health, Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights, Health Systems and Policy, Disaster Management, Tobacco and Substance Abuse Control, and One Health.  These and future programs in fields such as Health Informatics, Monitoring and Evaluation, mHealth, and Innovations, require appropriately designed and sufficient space and Infrastructure.

Goal

The goal is to raise USD8.8M for expansion of MakSPH training and research facilities. These facilities, together with the pre-existing ones, will enable MakSPH to provide world class and modern training of public health professionals who will be capable of addressing current and emerging health problems. 

We call upon you to join us as We Build for the Future!

Please support this initiative by donating in cash or in-kind.

United States Dollars account details

Bank:  STANBIC BANK UGANDA LTD

P.O BOX 7131, KAMPALA UGANDA

Crested Towers Building, Block D

Account Title                    :    MU SPH Research Account

ACCOUNT NUMBER         :     9030008175062

Swift Code                       :     SBICUGKX

Intermediary Bank          :    Citibank New York, New York

Swift Code                       :     CITIUS33

Uganda Shillings account details

Bank:  STANBIC BANK UGANDA LTD

P.O BOX 7131, KAMPALA UGANDA

Crested Towers Building, Block D

Branch                             :   Corporate Account

Title                                  :   MU SPH Research Account

ACCOUNT NUMBER         :   9030005611449

Swift Code                       :   SBICUGKX

For details on how to make your contribution; email enambi@musph.ac.ug or call 0772695320  

 

General Inquiries and Contact Information:

New Mulago Hill Road, Mulago

Email: rwanyenze@musph.ac.ug

dean@musph.ac.ug

Phone: +256 (0) 772 419 762, +256 (0) 414 543 872