On Monday 29th January 2018, the Executive Director of Makerere University Centre for Health and Population Research (MUCHAP), Dr. Dan Kajungu greatly welcomed a team of MUCHAP Board members who visited the centre for two days. Board members interacted with staff in different departments and held a discussion with the ED on issues regarding the advancement of the organisation and applauded him for the good work.
MUCHAP Board members congratulating MUCHAP ED (1st left) for the good work. From R-L: Prof. Buyinza Mukadasi, Dr. Alex Nkabahona, Mr. Goddy Muhanguzi Muhumuza, Prof. James Tumwine and Mr. Maira Joseph Mukasa
The team comprised of Prof. James Tumwine (Board Chair) from Makerere University College of Health Sciences, Prof. Buyinza Mukadasi - Director of Research and Graduate Training Makerere University, Mr. Goddy Muhanguzi Muhumuza, Senior Legal Officer - Makerere University, Mr. Maira Joseph Mukasa, Chief Administrative Officer - Iganga District, Dr. Alex Nkabahona from Makerere University College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Mr. Muwonge James from Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) and Prof. Celestino Obua, Vice Chancellor - Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST).
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From L-R: Prof. James Tumwine, Prof. Celestino Obua, Dr. Dan Kajungu and Dr. Alex Nkabahona
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