GEOHealth Hub Co-Investigator | Makerere University

Samuel Ebuut Etajak, MPHResearch Fellow
Department of Disease Control & Environmental Health Science
School of Public Health
Makerere University

Samuel holds a Master of Public Health and Bachelor of Environmental Health Science of Makerere University. Samuel has over 6 year’s professional experience in execution of Environmental and Public Health assignments. Presently Samuel is a Research Fellow at Makerere University School of Public Health & Co-PI for Eastern Africa Global Environment Occupation Health (GEO Health) Hub Project and Institutionalization of the HIV/AIDS Resource Tracking Project in Uganda as well as Academic Coordinator for Center for Tobacco Control Africa (CTCA).

At Makerere University School of Public Health, Samuel participates in teaching and research for pre- and in service work force. He is a skilled public health trainer in aspects Environmental Health, Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Family and Reproductive Health, Communicable and Non Communicable Disease Control, Research Methodologies, Health Policy and Primary Health Care among others.

He has served in several surveys and consultancies internationally and locally with agencies like One Health Central and Eastern Africa (OHCEA), WHO, AMREF, CDC KEMRI, Ministry of Health (MoH), Uganda Red Cross, NETWAS, Uganda National Association of Community and Occupational Health (UNACOH), Karamoja Indigenous and Modern Health Collaboration Project (KIMHECOP) as a consultant; and with African Union Commission in the African Union Support to Ebola in West Africa (ASEOWA) as an epidemiologist.