- Stakeholder consultation meeting on the Health System Cost Savings Attributable to “Operation Fika Salama” in Uganda:
- SPEED team continues to contribute to the shaping of the Roadmap for Universal Health Coverage in Uganda
- Can Ugandan government afford to cover the informal sector in the proposed National Health Insurance?
- Indoor Residual Spraying: A neglected solution for Malaria control in Uganda
- Analysing The Financial Year 2018/19 National Budget
- ‘Universal Health Coverage in Uganda: Looking Back and Forward to Speed up the Progress’: Review of the Book
- The Policy Implementation Barometer (PIB): ‘Analysis of selected policies towards Universal Health Coverage in Uganda’
- World Health Assembly 71: SPEED Project Shares Experiences in Providing Technical Support for Advancing Universal Health Coverage in Uganda
- Book on Universal Health Coverage Launched (New Vision)
- Indoor spraying or treated long-lasting mosquito nets?
The SPEED Team.
Dr Aloysius Ssennyonjo (MBChB,MSc.,PGD M&E, AMRSPH) is the Project Manager of the SPEED project and Research Fellow in Department of Health Policy, Planning and Management, Makerere University School of Public Health (MakSPH). Aloysius possesses remarkable competencies in critical appraisal and analysis of health systems and policy issues at global, national and subnational levels.
Robinah is the Executive Director of Uganda National Health users’/Consumers’ Organization, (UNHCO) a seasoned expert on the right to health and an authority on the Rights Based Approach (RBA) in Uganda and has worked in the health sector for over 20 years. She is a WHO patient safety champion, a member of Institutional Review
Ms. Milly Nattimba is a Communications practitioner, with a strong bias in health communications. She is currently working with Makerere University, based at the College of Health Sciences; working as a Communications Officer, where her overall function is to coordinate the College’s communications function. Her work also involves providing support to research teams in the
Dr. Freddie Ssengooba has over 15 years of experience working in medical/health research and policy. Dr. Ssengooba is associate professor of health policy and systems management. Dr. Ssengooba is well versed in both quantitative and qualitative research methods drawing on multiple lenses such as public health, management sciences, health economics, political science and system thinking. He offers extensive