Bob holds an MSc in Global Health from University of Edinburgh, MPA and PhD in Pre-clinical Medicine. Bob has an immense experience in integrated health programs, social protection & livelihood initiatives, stretching over a period of 11 years, both at national & international level. He has led, participated & engaged in a number of high profile consultancy assignments. In 2008, Bob helped build the Global Health Network, a not for profit non-governmental organization registered in Uganda, that focuses on primary health care, with a special focus on Child & Maternal Health. He now serves as the CEO of GHN (U).
Moritz is PhD researcher at the University of Edinburgh, with special interest in public-private partnerships and financing of public services. He holds a degree in politics, media sciences and history, and an MSc in Health Systems. Moritz is a technical advisor to GHN(U) on health financing and is a focal contact person for partners in the UK and Germany.
Liz is a Global Health Network Technical Advisor. Holds an MSC in Global Health and Public Policy; She is currently a researcher with the University of Edinburgh’s Global Health Unit, with substantial experience in the implementation and administration of international health programs, having worked in the US and Africa in the mainstream implementation of global health initiatives.
Supervises the Programs field operations within agreed plans from the quarterly Project cycle, monitor progress, thereby ensuring timely completion of projects within agreed financial targets. Supervises the work of GHNU field staffs to ensure effective project delivery and timely accurate production of monthly, quarterly, and annual monitoring and financial reports.
Planning and performing operational and financial audits, developing testing methodologies to evaluate the adequacy of controls, planning and allocating resources and individuals in accordance with skills and schedules
Project Specialist – Global Health
Coordinate GHNU field activities (Public health) through working with relevant stakeholders, and provide necessary guidance to ensure consistency and coherence in the interpretation of GHNU criteria, principles, standards and norms in the evaluation of project proposals, implementation of subprojects and supervision of Project activities. Collect and analyze data to identify community needs prior to planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating programs designed to encourage healthy lifestyles, policies and environments.
Project Officer – Agribusiness
Coordinate GHNU field activities (Agribusiness) through working with relevant stakeholders, and provide necessary guidance to ensure consistency and coherence in the interpretation of GHNU criteria, principles, standards and norms in the evaluation of project proposals, implementation of subprojects and supervision of Project activities.