Action for Reproductive Health (ARH) is a Uganda-based non-profit focused on the improvement of reproductive and maternal health in rural Uganda. ARH seeks to actively involve men in addressing these important issues.
As a new and growing organisation, we have only a limited number of staff.
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Clare Mirembe Mbangi
Country Coordinator ,
+256 ( 702 864 418) email@example.com
Our Advisors and Volunteers
Alphonse Mekolo BA, MA
Chief Adviser to ARH
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Asst. Professor Lynn F. Roberts, PhD.
Advisor to ARH
Assistant Professor, Community Health Education, Hunter College, Program in Urban Public Health, NYC
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Tushabe Gregory (DEH, BEH)
Project Coordinator and Focal Person for the Ntungamo District
Jane Birungi (RN/M)
Volunteer and Focal Person at the Health District Office
Village Health Team Coordinator
Volunteer and Data Collector
Rwabutomize Mishaki (BScience)
As a Kampala-based organisation, Action for Reproductive Health was founded by a dedicated group of Africans living in Uganda and the United States. The founders of the organisation are Olive Sentumbwe Mugisa, Kauzya John-Mary and Francoise Riisa Kauzya.
Francoise Riisa Kauzya (RN/M, SWASA, BSc Nur, MPH. Fellow)
Action for Reproductive Health
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Dr John-Mary Kauzya (BA, MPA, PhD)
Dr. Kauzya is an expert in governance capacity assessment and programme design, human resource management, training programmes design, delivery and evaluation, organisational auditing and restructuring, institutional development, civil service reform, decentralization, policy analysis and planning, general management and administration, and strategic corporate planning.
Dr Olive Sentumbwe-Mugisa
Family Health and Population Advisor
World Health Organization, Kampala
A renown senior consultant of Obstetrics and Gyneacology, Dr. Sentumbwe-Mugisa is an expert on reproductive and maternal health. She has worked on many projects focussed on the promotion of maternal health in Uganda