Health Research Program

Tackling health challenges for the urban poor

September 9, 2021, 8:30 a.m. EDT
Please join us for the second webinar in a series of events to highlight key lessons learned throughout the life of the Program. Kuboresha Afya Mitaani, Kampala Slum Maternal and Newborn Health, and Health Evaluation and Applied Research Development Projects will present their achievements in improving maternal and child outcomes for the urban poor.
Featuring
  • Dr. Cudjoe Bennett: Senior Research and Knowledge Management Advisor,  USAID Office of Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition
  • Karen Van Roekel: Deputy Chief of the Research and Policy Division, USAID Office of Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition
  • Dr. Frank Kaharuza: Family Health Team lead, USAID/Uganda
  • Dr. Sathy Rajasekharan: Executive Director Jacaranda Health and Project Lead for Kuboresha Afya Mitaani Project
  • Dr. Daniel Okello: Director, Public Health and Environment Kampala Capital City Authority and Co-Principal Investigator MaNe Project
  • Dr. Ester Elisaria: Research Scientist at Ifakara Health Institute and HEARD Project

View recordings of the presentations:

Kuboresha Afya Mitaani (KAM)* presented by Deborah Sambu, Research Manager

Kampala Slum Maternal and Newborn Health (MaNe)* presented by Henry Kaula, Implementation & Adaptation Lead 

Health Evaluation and Applied Research Development Project (HEARD)* presented by Dr. Emily Peca, Senior Implementation Research Scientist 

Panelist discussion, Q&A, and closing remarks

*after downloading the file, select “slide show” to view the recorded presentation