With my career vision and interest in One Health, i.e.” To utilize my clinical, managerial, leadership and research experience to improve services provided to animals and communities around the world, make a significant contribution to their wellbeing.” I participated in online study and training on current Topics in Microbiology with Nottingham Trent University-Makerere University partnership, funded by UK Microbiology Society, from 21st September to 9th October 2020 and being a member of Antimicrobial Stewardship, Optimum Access, and Use Community-Uganda, together with my final year project entitled “Assessing deworming practices, worm burden in cattle farmers and effectiveness of treatment” as related to misuse of anthelmintic drugs in Entebbe, Katabi Sub county, Uganda have provided me with a footing in the One Health programs concerning AMR.

AMRLEP has taught me to be a One Health and AMR leader champion, became solutions provider and problem solver for addressing AMR, developed new skills and knowledge in molecular biology, identified and developed my value proposition, networked with professionals, mentors, colleagues across different one-health sectors and African countries. In addition, I learnt about health, economic burdens associated with AMR that’s what transpired my final year project.


“Change starts with us”