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 â€“ 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.