I am a dynamic and growing health communication specialist with considerable skills and expertise in designing and implementing health communication programs in Uganda. Over the last five years, I have worked with the USAID/Communication for Healthy Communities (CHC) under the OBULAMU campaign to develop and coordinate implementation of health communication interventions in the areas of HIV/AIDS, TB, Malaria, Family Planning, Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition. Previously, I worked as a communication associate with the International Baby Food Action Network (IBFAN) and the Rural Electrification Agency where I developed a number of communication messages and products on nutrition and energy respectively.
I am an excellent writer and editor, with a first -class bachelor’s degree in mass communication and a hands-on approach to developing and implementing communication interventions. I am committed to building a legacy of sound health communication practice that combines communication and public health to prevent disease and improve the quality of life of the people.