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February 2018

Meet Rogers Mandu, student

By | 2018-02-14T11:33:33+00:00 February 14th, 2018|East Africa, hospitals, male involvement, Master of Public Health Leadership, maternal health, Student profile, Uganda|

Rogers Mandu, 33, is a social scientist. A student in the Ugandan class of the Save the Mothers Master of Public Health Leadership program, he is in his second year of study. Fortunate Kagumaho interviewed Rogers about why he joined the program, and how he hopes to use his education to help bring about change [...]

October 2017

Meet Save the Mothers’ student, Janet Apio

By | 2017-10-30T15:15:09+00:00 October 30th, 2017|East Africa, hospitals, Master of Public Health Leadership, Student profile, Uganda|

Janet Apio is in her second year of studies in the Master of Public Health Leadership program. While working as a nursing assistant, she completed an undergraduate degree in Environmental Management and now works as an Environmental Officer in her rural community. STM: Janet, tell us why you decided to enroll in the Save the [...]

Graduate – and game changer – Moses Kyangwa

By | 2017-10-13T10:27:52+00:00 October 13th, 2017|East Africa, Master of Public Health Leadership, maternal health, maternal mortality, Profile, Student profile|

Moses Kyangwa is a public health scientist from Uganda's Busoga region. He graduated from Save the Mothers’ Master of Public Health Leadership program in October, 2015. Today, at 30 years of age, he remains enthusiastic about promoting maternal health and the overall well-being of women and children—particularly in rural Uganda where so many die of [...]

November 2016

Meet a graduate: Jane Mulumba Nabunnya

By | 2017-01-11T15:16:08+00:00 November 14th, 2016|Master of Public Health Leadership, maternal health, maternal mortality, Student profile, Uganda|

Jane, 47, is a journalist and policy analyst who graduated from Save the Mothers’ Master of Public Health Leadership (MPHL) program in February. Communications Intern Fortunate Kagumaho brings us this interview.   Fortunate: Why did you decide to take the Save the Mothers’ MPHL? Jane: I wanted to be part of providing solutions to reduce [...]

July 2016

When Culture Kills

By | 2017-01-11T15:16:08+00:00 July 12th, 2016|Student profile, Tanzania|

A second-year student in the Save the Mothers program, Festo Kagoma has, like most East Africans, known the tragedy of maternal death. He knew it early; as the fourth child in a family of six, Festo was named for an older brother who died of umbilical cord tetanus within days of delivery. Born and raised [...]