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STAR Fellows and Interns contribute their specializd skills to their host organizations, building capacity while improving their own effectiveness as global health leaders. Through fellowship and internship placements, professionals will:

  • Gain hands-on experience in global health
  • Enhance knowledge and skill through individualized learning
  • Build a powerful global network

Featured Participant

Moses Arinaitwe

TB Monitoring and Evaluation Technical Advisor

Uganda

Technical Expertise: Monitoring and Evaluation,Health Management Information Systems,Capacity Strengthening,Health Research and Implementation,Data analysis and Visualization

Dr. Moses Arinaitwe (MD, MSc.) is a medical doctor passionate about Health Services delivery and health workforce system support. He has supported the World Bank service delivery indicators surveys in health across several African countries; performance monitoring and learning under USAID SUSTAIN project and implemented government’s health mandate at district, health sub-district, general hospital and at the headquarters of the health ministry for over 10 years.

Sustaining Technical and Analytic Resources (STAR) is a project of the Public Health Institute Implemented in partnership with Johns Hopkins University and University of California, San Francisco.

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