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 CeSSRA Fellows

One of the main targets of the CeSSRA training activities is social scientists wishing to enhance their research training, known as “CeSSRA Fellows.” CeSSRA Fellows will participate in the workshops and training programs and will work on the research project. CeSSRA Fellows will be matched with a faculty mentor either in Kampala or in Cleveland. They will work with this mentor to develop their research interest, including proposal and manuscript preparation.  

In February 2008, the first cohort of ten fellows were selected for mentorship and training in the social sciences through CeSSRA. Their two year fellowship focused on capacity and skills building, tailored to each of the fellow’s individual needs. In January 2010, the second cohort of fellows was selected for training.

2010 Fellows Cohort:

Aturinde Emmanuel has a bachelor’s degree in social sciences from Makerere University, where he is currently a graduate student in Rural Development. eaturinde@gmail.com

Ddumba Nyanzi Ismael has a bachelor’s degree in development studies from Makerere University, where he is currently a graduate student in Social Sector Planning and Managment. dnyanzi@hotmail.com

Dafala Ibrahim has a bachelor's degree from Islamic University of
Uganda and he is currently pursuing a master's degree in Social Sector
Planning and Management at Makerere University. dafbra@yahoo.com

Kasande Glorious has a bachelor’s degree in social sciences from Makerere University, where she is currently a graduate student in Rural Development. kasandeglorious@yahoo.co.uk

Mugasha Richards Cliff has a bachelor’s degree in social science from Makerere, where he is currently a graduate student in Social Sector Planning and Management. rcliff_2000@yahoo.com

Mugerwa Derrick has a bachelor’s degree in social sciences from Makerere University, where he is currently a graduate student in sociology. Dmugerwa@mucwru.or.ug

Mutumba Janipher Nantume has a bachelor’s degree in social sciences from Makerere University, where she is currently a graduate student in Rural Development mutumbaj@hotmail.com

Namutebi Hilda has a bachelor’s degree from Makerere University, where she is currently a graduate student in Social Sector Planning and Management. namhil2@yahoo.com.

Wakida Joan has a bachelor’s degree in social sciences from Makerere University, where she is currently a graduate student in Population and Reproductive Health. wakida_joan@yahoo.com

2008 Fellow Cohort:

Akurut Chantal Dorothy has a master’s degree in sociology from Makerere University. She has worked with JCRC, NIH/CWRU, the WHO, and MRC as a project leader, monitoring and evaluation officer, and consultant. dakurut@yahoo.com 

Kamya Innocent Royal has a master’s degree in sociology from Makerere University. He is currently an assistant lecturer in the department of sociology and has worked on several research studies on poverty reduction, gender, and orphan support. centrokam@yahoo.com 

Katushabe Juliet has a master’s degree in sociology from Makerere University. She currently works for the Ministry of Health, AIDS Control Program as a program assistant and has conducted research on PMTCT. katushabe006@yahoo.com 

Kitatta George is a graduate student in Project Planning and Management at Makerere University. He is currently working in the department of sociology as a teaching assistant and has assisted with research on gender and HIV and has worked as a team leader and consultant for several research studies. geokit01@yahoo.com 

Kyebuzibwa Joseph has a master’s degree in sociology from Makerere University. He is currently running an NGO and has worked as a research assistant and data entry clerk on several research projects on HIV. kyebjose@yahoo.com 

Mubiru Mustafah is currently a graduate student in social sciences at Makerere University. He has worked as a research assistant for the CWRU collaboration on studies of TB, HIV, and alcohol.  mustafahmubiru@yahoo.com 

Mugabi Nicholas is a graduate student in sociology at Makerere University. He is also currently a teaching assistant in the same department and has worked as a data collector and data analyst on several research studies. mugabinicholas2002@yahoo.co.uk 

Mukama Raymond is a graduate student in sociology at Makerere University. He has worked as a team leader and supervisor on several research projects on adherence, condom use, and malaria health-seeking behavior. mukamar@yahoo.com 

Nyirandikumwami Ruth has a master’s degree in sociology from Makerere University. She currently works in the department of sociology at Makerere as an administrative assistant and has worked as a PI, research assistant, and supervisor on several health research projects. ndikumwami@ss.mak.ac.ug 

Tumwine Jackson Bwagiro is a PhD student at Makerere University and also has a master’s degree from the department of sociology. He currently works as a teaching assistant in the same department and has worked as a consultant and provided technical support for several research studies on HIV, gender, poverty, and the environment. jbtumwine@yahoo.com

 

 

 

For any questions regarding this webpage or CeSSRA activities, please contact:

 

CeSSRA Office
Makerere University Main Campus
Faculty of Social Sciences
Seminar Room 7
P.O. Box 663
Kampala, Uganda
+256.414.540.650

Judith Birungi
bijulied@yahoo.co.uk

or

CeSSRA Office
Case Western Reserve University
Department of Anthropology
Mather Memorial, Room 212
Cleveland, Ohio 44106
+1.216.368.4691

Meg Winchester
margaret.winchester@case.edu

 
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