uganda TEAM

Technical Support Officer
Rosette Kyomuhangi Kahiga

Rosette Kyomuhangi Kahiga is a Health Economist by profession. She attained her Master’s degree in Public Health with concentration on Health Economics from the University of Cape Town, South Africa, in the year 2006. She attained her Bachelor’s degree in International Business Administration from the United States International University in Africa (USIU-A) in Nairobi, Kenya, in the year 2001.From the year 2006 to 2009, she worked at the Medical Research Council (MRC) as a Health Economist Project Leader. After the closure of her project, she joined HealthNet Consult for a period of one year as a Health Economist Research Associate. She later joined CEGAA from 2010 until 2012 as a Senior Researcher-NASA.  After the SA-NASA project ended, she became an independent Health Economics Consultant from 2013 to 2020. Thereafter she joined the CEGAA team during 2021 as a Technical Support Officer to work on the Right to Grow project.

Paul Gabua
Global Programme Partnership Facilitator
Paul Gabula

My Quote: Like any other relationship, I believe in continuing to challenge myself that the foundation to success is mutual respect, accountability, good leadership and governance.

Paul Gabula is both a Social Scientist and public health Specialist with a bias in (Maternal, Child and Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (MSRHR). Paul has a Master’s Degree in Public Health from Uganda Christian University, Mukono and Bachelor Degree in Arts (Social Sciences) from Makerere University Kampala, where he majored in Economics and Social Administration. 

Paul has over 24 years’ experience in managing and coordinating health programs with a bias in developing strategic partnerships, leadership and Governance and community development. Paul is a strong advocate of bettering the lives of women and children’s health and has worked and coordinated programmes in over 7 countries in Africa including Uganda, Zambia, Malawi, Ethiopia and Kenya. 

Paul brings in vast experience of having worked for the Health Systems Advocacy Partnership, a similar framework funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. His experience includes coordinating and facilitating partnership collaboration, building strong governance structures and facilitating communication within the partnership as well as capacity strengthening aimed at an empowered civil society in the South to take on more roles in global advocacy spaces and linking national, regional and global level spaces.