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Entries in Kakaire Ayub Kirunda (2)

Friday
Nov222013

MakSPH joins hands with Uganda’s Health ministry to hold symposium on teenage pregnancy

When the Future Health Systems team at the Makerere University School of Public Health (MakSPH) approached Uganda’s Ministry of Health, with an idea of a symposium as part of the activities to commemorate the safe motherhood month held every year in October, it was not clear what to expect. But bingo, the idea was taken on board, seeing the United Nations Population Fund, the World Health Organisation, and Marie Stopes Uganda become co sponsors with MakSPH for the event now being planned to be held annually.

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Tuesday
Apr102012

Letter to Inter-Parliamentary Union delegates on maternal and child health

In an OpEd in the nationally circulated Daily Monitor in Uganda, Kakaire Ayub Kirunda, FHS Uganda Communications Officer, publishes an open letter to the Inter-Parliamentary Union, who were meeting in Kampala earlier that week.

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