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Mr Tetui Moses

Moses Tetui is a Research Fellow at the department of health policy planning and management at the Makerere University School of Public Health. He is currently pursing a PhD in health systems research at the International School of Public Health, Umea University, Sweden. His research focus is in building health systems that are responsive to the needs of the vulnerable poor in resource-limited settings. In addition, he is a growing expert in Qualitative and Participatory research practice aimed at improving health systems research, practice and management. He has a wide range of research experience working as co-investigator and manager on a variety of health systems studies hosted at Makerere University School of Public Health. The current studies include, the MANIFEST program, which is aimed at building maternal and newborn health programs that are sustainable using Participatory Action Research methods, the Africa-Hub, whose focus is building health systems research capacity in seven public health schools in East and Central Africa and now the KTNet Africa, which was been created to support and maximize the impact of research evidence generated on health systems policy and practice in low and middle income countries (LMICs)

Besides Research, he is involved in a wide range of academic activities at the school, including teaching, examining and supervising students.

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